Welcome to Robertson

Robertson High School Profile 2023-2024
4455 Seneca Park Avenue, Fremont, CA 94538

Ph: 510-657-9155 Fax: 510-657-5535
https://fremontunified.org/robertson/ CEEB Code: 050961


Administrator and Counselor Team
Salvador Herrera, Jr., Principal
Sheila Jemo, Assistant Principal
Annabel Chai, Counselor

Accreditation and Distinguishments
2021-2026 Western Association of Schools and Colleges Full Accreditation
2012-2026 State Recognized Model Continuation High School
2018-Present Nationally Recognized Solution Tree PLC Model School

Student Demographics
Asian / Pacific Islander 31
Black or African American 13
Filipino 8
Hispanic/Latino 81
White 30
Two or More Races 7
Total enrollment: 170

College Bound (Class of 2023 Statistics)
Total class size (2023) 98
College 57%
Military 3%
Work 30%
Vocational Training 3%
Not sure yet 7%

The School and Community
Robertson High School is the only continuation high school serving the five comprehensive high schools in the Fremont Unified School District. Robertson has been serving the Fremont community since 1980.

Fremont, California is located in the heart of Silicon Valley and welcomes families from various culturaland socioeconomic backgrounds. Fremont is a suburban city in the Bay Area/Silicon Valley and is composed of families from all socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. The Robertson faculty provides a nurturing and positive environment for students to thrive personally and academically. This enables students to reach their goal of academic success through course completion and graduation.

The Unique offerings of Robertson High School Robertson High School is a small learning community, where students receive extra support and resources to succeed academically. We provide an alternate route for students to graduate high school who have encountered difficulties in traditional high school settings. We understand each student has different needs. The RHS staff meet students at their level, create a strong foundation, and build up. This supportive culture is possible because of the strong relationships between staff, students, and families.

Although the students may come from different backgrounds and experiences, they come together and work towards their common goals as a community.

Our Mission
Our mission is to engage, challenge, and support our students as individuals in an equitable educational environment where they develop internal belief and external skills to thrive beyond earning a high school diploma.

COVID-19 Impact
Shelter in place went into effect on March 13, 2019 and students completed the remaining part of 2019 as well as the 2020-2021 school year virtually. The school board adopted a Credit/No Credit grading policy for the second semester of the 2018-2019 school year as a result of the rapid transition from in-person instruction to virtual learning. The 2020-2021 school year began as 100% distance learning district-wide with synchronous and asynchronous instruction. The graduation requirement for service learning was removed for the 2020 and 2021 graduates and reduced for 2022, 2023, and 2024 graduates.

Honors, Advanced Placement, and ROP Courses
Robertson students can take Honors and AP classes through Dual Enrollment with a comprehensive high school. Students can also take CTE courses at MVROP.

Graduation Requirements
English 40 Units
Math 30 Units
Social Science 30 Units
Science 20 Units
Fine Arts/ World Lang 10 Units
Physical Education 20 Units
Health 5 Units
Electives 45 Units
Total 200 Units

Transcript Legend:
P= College Preparatory
H= Honors Level
AP= Advanced Placement

Grading Legend:
I= Incomplete
NC= No Credit
R= Repeat Class
RF/ RD= Repeated for Credit
N= No Grade
CR= Credit Received (Spring 2020 only)
NCR= No Credit (Spring 2020 only)

GPA and Related Procedures
Fremont Unified School District does not allow acceleration of coursework and does not rank students. A student's overall GPA is not weighted and is based on a 4-point scale.

Class Lengths and Units
Students take 4 classes each quarter. Each class is 5 units per quarter, 20 units per quarter, 80 units per school year.

Service Learning
FUSD’s Board of Education affirms the importance of service learning as a high school graduation requirement as a vital part of the instructional program and supports service learning as an instructional strategy. This enables students to be confident, effective thinkers and problem-solvers, as well as ethical participants in society. 40 hours of service learning are required of students to be completed between 9th and 12th grade in order to graduate.

* Only 30 hours are required for the 2024 graduates.