Then call the associated school to check space for your child.
If the school is impacted ask them what happens.
Many of the schools in Fremont are overloaded, and students are sent to another school that has space. Eventually when space opens up you get sent back to your associated school.
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They will be able to go the school designated by the Fremont Unified School District.
There number is 510-657-2350
The High School is - Mission San Jose
Jr. High Schools is - Hopkins
Elem. Schools is likely - Mission Valley
Typically, in Fremont the answer is â€œNO.â€
Fremont does not encourage attendance in schools other than the one designated by your property address. As stated below, due to the fact that many Fremont Schools have exceptionally high API scores, a number of the elementary schools are full and, as a result, have lotteries. If you do not make it into the school specifically designated for your address, then the school board will inform you as to which school is next on the list.
You CAN choose to send your kids to any private school you wish, and Fremont has some exceptional private schools from which to choose.
There would be HUGE problems in Fremont if parents were allowed to pick the school their children attended.
One other thing to consider: here in Fremont, property values are directly related to the local school API scores. The higher the scores, the higher the surrounding property values.
As Brian states, this address pulls to the schools below; however, you want to always confirm the attendance schools before you make an offer due to overload transfers [Pupil Services at (510) 659-2534].
Here's an example: http://docs.steven-anthony.com/FUSDK-6Overload+QA091012.pdf
By the way, you can check any address in Fremont, and many other Bay Area Cities, via http://www.SchoolAndHousing.com Here's the results for Jackson along with API performance and distance to each school: http://tinyurl.com/akf7wcb