The Fremont Unified School District FUSD operates five high schools for grades 9–12: American, Irvington, Kennedy, Mission San Jose and Washington (the oldest high school in Fremont, on the National Register). All five high schools use the Fudenna Stadium as a venue for football, track, soccer and high school graduation ceremonies. Along with James Logan High School in Union City and Newark Memorial High School in Newark, they form the Mission Valley Athletic League (M.V.A.L.).
FUSD also operates a continuation high school (Robertson); two independent study programs (Vista and COIL); an adult school; five junior high schools for grades 7–8 (Centerville, Hopkins, Horner, Thornton and Walters) and 29 elementary schools (K-6).
FUSD, Newark and New Haven Unified School Districts managed together, the Mission Valley Regional Occupational Program.
Other institutions in the city that are not part of the FUSD include: Fremont Christian School and Averroes High School.
For higher education options, the University of Phoenix Bay Area Campus and Northwestern Polytechnic University offer undergraduate and graduate programs in technology and management areas.
The Ohlone Community College District operates Ohlone College, which offers 190 degrees and certificates, including 23 associate degrees for transfer (ADT), 52 associate degrees (AA or AS), 27 Certificates of Achievement, and 88 Certificates of Accomplishment. The institution has a smaller campus in Newark.
The California School for the Deaf, located at 39350 Gallaudet Drive, shares a campus with the statewide California School for the Blind. The school educates deaf children from all over Northern California.
There are at about 42 institutions in the city offering free computer programming tuition.
The Alameda County Library is headquartered in Fremont, at 2400 Stevenson Blvd. The Fremont Main Library is the largest branch with the highest check outs of materials, and it shares its building with the Alameda County Library Administration.
Alameda County Library has other branch libraries in Centerville, Irvington and Niles.
Children’s Services is a priority in the Alameda County Library; throughout the year, Children’s Services staff offers a variety of programs, materials, and events including a selection of books of interest to parents, videos, audiocassettes, CD recordings, and magazines; preschool storytimes, toddler times, group visits and special events.
Resources in other languages include: Spanish, Chinese, Farsi, French, German, Gujarati, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu and Vietnamese.
A range of media is offered system wide, as part of the children’s collection such as: the system collections of Braille and large type books.
Storytellers, puppet shows, magicians and other special events are scheduled at the branches year-around.