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The Lynbrook Information Night for Eligible Transfer Students & Parents webinar was on Thursday, January 14, 2021.  The presentation was recorded for those who could not attend. The slides are available for review as well. 

In December of 2019, the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) Board of Trustees accepted the recommendation of the Citizens Advisory Committee and approved a resolution continuing the supplemental school assignment plan to help stabilize declining enrollment at Lynbrook High School. The resolution extends this program for two more years, allowing qualifying students to apply for an intra-district transfer to attend Lynbrook High School. This program is also known as the LSSAP. The official FUHSD_Resolution1617-08_111516 is available on the FUHSD Board meeting website.

The Board Resolution allows for students that reside in the FUHSD boundary to qualify for admission to Lynbrook High School if:

  • The student is currently in the 8th Grade attending Miller Middle School on an intra-district transfer (this means the student is attending Miller Middle School but lives outside the Miller Middle School attendance area)


  • The student is currently in the 8th Grade attending Christa McAuliffe School,


  • The student is currently in the 8th Grade and lives within the CUSD Hyde Attendance boundary area, which is the Cupertino High School Attendance area East of Wolfe Rd./Miller Ave., excluding Vallco Parkway.

Qualified students attending Miller Middle School or Christa McAuliffe School will be granted admission to Lynbrook High school upon completion of the application process.

For students living in the CUSD Hyde Middle School attendance area, at least 26 spots at Lynbrook High School are available. If the number of applications exceeds the 26 spots available, then a lottery will be held to determine the 26 students admitted to Lynbrook High School for the 2020-21 school year. Siblings from prior year transfers may be counted towards the 16 available spots. District staff will conduct the lottery after the application deadline. All students accepted, including those selected in the lottery, will receive a Transfer Confirmation via email after the lottery is conducted.

Younger siblings of qualified students may also be included in this transfer program. Please read the front page of the application for more details on qualified siblings.

The LSSAP application period is from Jan. 19, 2021 at 7 AM to Jan. 28, 2021 at 3 PM. Below is the application link that will be activated on Jan. 19.

LSSAP 2021 APPLICATION (will be activated on Jan. 19 at 7 a.m.) Go to the Enrollment & Residency page on the FUHSD site to access the application.

LSSAP applicants must complete the school-specific registration before applying for LSSAP. Families need to submit the Online registration and the Residency Documentation 9th Grade forms. All necessary documents must be attached. This process is to be sent to their neighborhood high school (not Lynbrook).

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Enrollment and Residency Office at (408) 522-2280.

To follow health and safety guidelines, the Lynbrook High School campus is closed to students, parents, and visitors except by appointment. If you have any questions, contact the front office by phone (408.366.7700) or fax (408.257.0551) between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please leave a detailed message, if your call is not answered by an office employee. Someone will return your call as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding and support.

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