Initiatives & Partnerships

FUHSD Adult School strives to create partnerships with a range of community organizations who support our students, staff, and mission. Our partnerships are built around providing enriched learning opportunities and expanded services for our students; preparing well qualified, prospective employees to address the local workforce trends and needs; and enriching the leisure time and on-going learning experiences of our diverse community.


California Extension Santa Clara County (UCCE)

Provides research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management and sustainable landscape practices to the Community Interest Program.

Cupertino CO-OP Nursery School

The Cupertino Co-Op Nursery School is a parent supported, parent participation preschool with morning and afternoon options for three- and four-year olds.

Cupertino Rotary

Provides volunteers for multiple events throughout the year, and funding for scholarships for students earning diplomas and high school equivalency.

Cupertino Senior Center and the City of Cupertino

Provides facilities for Active Adults 50+ Program classes.

Department of Rehabilitation (DOR)  

Provides career training for rehabilitation clients.

Health and Safety Institute (ASHI) 

Approves our Basic First Aid and Safety Training.

Hope Services

Provides training and shadowing experiences for students and is a partner in "Project Search."

International Facility Management Association (IFMA) - Silicon Valley Chapter

Provides training materials and internship opportunities for our Facility Management Students.  

Kaiser Permanente

Provides students with three ten-week rotations through different hospital departments.

NOVA and CONNECT! Job Seekers Center

Provides career technical/vocational training experiences for clients of NOVA and the Employment Development Department and our local WIOA programs. FUHSD Adult School administrators serve on CONNECT! Stakeholders Council. FUHSD Adult School is a state approved career training provider through NOVA's ETPL program.

North Santa Clara County Consortium

The North Santa Clara County Consortium is a collaborative effort with Foothill-De Anza Community College District, and the Mountain View-Los Altos and Palo Alto Adult Schools to serve the region’s adult learning needs by creating seamless transitions for students.

EOA Inc., Program Manager for the Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program (SCVURPP) 

Offers a 10-week series of classes through our school focused on the key principles of Sustainable Landscaping or Green Gardening by learning practices that conserve water, enhance and protect the soil, and reduce the use of pesticides.

Santa Clara County Public Authority, In-Home Health and Support Services (IHSS) and Sourcewise

Santa Clara County Public Authority offers nine certificate courses to help develop the skills necessary for providing quality in-home services through FUHSD Adult School.

Sunnyvale Community Service Agency

Sunnyvale Community Services assists low-income individuals in Sunnyvale with financial assistance and food with a goal that all residents are safely and stably housed with food and access to medical care and services.

Sunnyvale Senior Center and the City of Sunnyvale

Provides facilities for Active Adult 50+ program classes

The Villas at Saratoga

Provides clinical experiences for students in our Certified Nursing Assistant and Certified Home Health Aide programs.

Villa Siena Senior Living Community

Provides clinical experiences for students in our Certified Nursing Assistant and Certified Home Health Aide programs.

West Valley Community Services

West Valley Community Services is a community-based organization that supports the educational needs of clients including a food bank, parent education, career training (especially computer education), and ESL classes.