About Fremont Unified School District

The Fremont Unified School District (FUSD) is made up of 42 schools serving 35,000 students primarily in grades K-12. With numerous National Merit Scholars and multiple California Distinguished Schools/California Gold Ribbon Schools, FUSD’s mission is to provide equitable opportunities to Educate, Challenge and Inspire students of all ages, talents and ability levels, while striving to prepare each with the skills required to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world.

The quality of instruction that FUSD provides during the day enables our students to achieve. In addition, parents and kids seek learning opportunities after-school and during school breaks. To make these out-of-school opportunities easier to access, this website is a comprehensive, collaborative, community effort to develop a citywide network of quality summer and after-school learning opportunities, for both remediation and enrichment.

The guide is managed by InPlay, a nonprofit whose mission is to connect all kids and youth to summer and after-school programs that ignite their individual interests and talents, thereby reducing the achievement gap.

FUSD staff do not specifically endorse any of the programs. Parents should thoroughly research all programs before enrolling their children to ensure a proper fit for their family.