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The Fontana Unified School District is located in the Inland Empire.  Our 45 schools serve students from preschool through adult education in a diverse urban/suburban environment. FUSD’s Class of 2018 celebrated 12 valedictorians and salutatorians from five comprehensive high schools, many of whom will pursue higher education and careers in STEAM fields. Kaiser High School graduate Amandeep Heyer will study computer science at Yale University this fall after receiving a 2018 Gates Scholarship. Five FUSD High School graduates who have juggled personal challenges with academic excellence were named 2018 Dell Scholars, earning a collective $100,000 in scholarships. Alexandra Ortega, a Fohi senior with dreams of working in medicine, is one of just 300 students in the country to receive the 2018 Gates Scholarship, covering all expenses of her academic pursuits at UCLA. Kaiser High School senior Winnie Huang, who was awarded a $40,000 STEM scholarship from Edison International, plans to study mechanical engineering at Stanford University in fall 2018. Two Jurupa Hills High School juniors, Angel Guerrero and Kaitlyn Dodgen, have been invited to participate in the 2018-19 National Hispanic Recognition Program for their performance on the PSAT.
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A Message From Our Superintendent

Farewell to the Class of 2018

Dear Fontana Community,

For many students, graduation is an event that seems to be far off in the future but, for the Class of 2018, that day has finally arrived!

Fontana Unified School District proudly celebrates the accomplishments of the Class of 2018, as commencement ceremonies are held for five of our high schools, two continuation high schools, and adult school. They have earned a high school diploma, which is the first major accomplishment practically every successful person has made. A high school diploma is truly the foundation for success.

These 3,039 students (A.B. Miller – 483, Fohi – 583, Jurupa Hills – 472, Kaiser – 539, Summit – 558, Birch – 95, Citrus – 133, and Fontana Adult School – 176) have worked hard and will soon be attending college, trade school, enlisting in the military, or going straight into the work force. It has been our privilege helping them prepare for life beyond high school.

In addition to bidding farewell to the Class of 2018, we will also be saying goodbye to our retiring staff members (82, at last count). These administrators, teachers, and support staff have given of their time and lives most generously to our students and families. We truly appreciate their many years of dedication and wish them the best as they enter into the next phase of their lives.

On behalf of the Fontana Unified School District and the Board of Education, I congratulate our graduates and retirees and wish them much success and happiness. To returning students and staff, have a fun and relaxing summer; we look forward to seeing you rested and re-energized in August.

Best Wishes,

Randal S. Bassett

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