Main Office Hours
Monday through Friday
7:00am to 4:00pm
Watch a promotional video of a student run business that is part of the Virtual Enterprise class where students learn a variety of business principles and skills such as management, technical, and organizational skills. Whitebox Graphics
Missed Residency Verification?
If you still need to complete FUHSD's Lynbrook Residency Verification (parents of all incoming 9th graders and parents of current 10th graders) you will need to go to the FUHSD District Enrollment Office (589 West Fremont Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94087) to do so. You may call them at 408-522-2266 or visit their website (http://www.fuhsd.org/enrollment) if you have further questions.
Your student will not be enrolled in Lynbrook classes for the 2015-16 year until residency verification is completed.
LHS Improv Night
Join us for Improv Night on Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 7:00pm in Studio 74. Watch the Blue Team vs. the Green Team! Tickets are on sale in the ASB office. See you there!
AP Exam Information Packet
Critical information regarding AP exams is available in the Main Office.
This information will included:
Any students who have not picked up their AP Student Pack can do so from Mrs. Baba in the Main Office.
2015 AP Test Locations
Please click on the image below to view the locations of the 2015 AP Tests. Note that some of the test locations are held off-site.
Congratulations to Lynbrook DECA for their outstanding performance in Orlando this week! There were approximately 18,000 students at theis competition who competed in 50 different events. Six of our 18 events qualified for the finals, and three made the top ten. The following students received awards:
Ronald Zhang: 2nd Place overall
Shyam Karthick Ravikumar & Indu Pereira: 3rd Place overall
Samantha Khan: Finalist, Top 10 in both role-plays and Top ten overall
Vaidehi Duraphe: Qualified for finals (Top 20)
Bobby Ma: Qualified for finals (Top 20) and Top ten in testing
Andrew Kou: Qualified for finals (Top 20) and Top ten in his role-play
Riya Mital: Top 10 in one role-play
Arvin Ng: Top 10 in testing
Pranav Vaish: Top 10 in testing
Congratulations and thanks to DECA advisor, Brad Fulk!
Congratulations to Harriet Cassell and the LHS Art Department!
One of our student artists, Harriet Cassell, an incredibly talented young sculptor extraordinaire, recently won the $5,000 grand prize/award at the Los Gatos Art Museum hosting of the Santa Clara County High School Art Exhibition.
Congratulations to our amazing Art teachers Mr. Akamichi, Ms. Kruk and Mr. Willson for their time, effort, and talent in preparing for and presenting at the FUHSD Art Show at the Sunnyvale Art Gallery on Thursday, April 29, 2015. They do an incredible job of inspiring and nurturing the imagination, skill, and passion of our Lynbrook Art students. Several pieces of the beautiful 2-D and 3-D work are on display in the Main Office.
FUHSD Board Decision on Verizon Proposal
At the April 28, 2015 Fremont Union High School District Board of Trustees meeting an agenda item for the Board’s consideration referred to Verizon’s proposal to add cell equipment to Cupertino High School and to Lynbrook High School. This item was previously included on the Feb. 3, 2015 FUHSD Board of Trustees meeting agenda. However, at that February meeting the agenda item was tabled and the Board of Trustees asked that additional information be obtained to ascertain whether or not there are any other viable alternate locations that would provide reliable communication at Cupertino High School and Lynbrook High School. Unfortunately, Verizon has not provided satisfactory information in response to the Board’s request. Therefore, FUHSD staff recommended that the FUHSD Board of Trustees deny Verizon’s proposal to install cell equipment at Cupertino and Lynbrook High Schools.
When the agenda item concerning Verizon’s proposal was addressed at the April 28, 2015 meeting extensive public communication was received and community members provided their input about Verizon’s proposal. Included in this input was information presented by Verizon’s attorney. Following the public communication section of the meeting, the individual Board of Trustees shared their thoughts about Verizon’s proposal and communication provided at FUHSD Board meetings held in February, March, and April.
A motion was then moved and seconded to accept the FUHSD staff recommendation to deny Verizon’s request to install cell equipment at Cupertino High School and Lynbrook High School. The motion was approved by a vote of 4-1. Therefore, the FUHSD Board of Trustees voted to deny Verizon’s request.
Update your email address in Infinite Campus by Thursday, June 4, 2015
Please note that the annual August mailer with the tentative schedule and health forms will likely be sent to you via email ONLY.
Please check your email address in the “Family Members" section of your Infinite Campus account by Thursday, June 4, 2015. Use the update button to send a change request to the Database Administrator, and if you have difficulty, send an email to online help at:
The Funky Monkeys 2015 Season Recap
After improving upon their performance at Orlando, Florida, The Funky Monkeys, Lynbrook's Robotics Team, reached the semifinals at the Silicon Valley FIRST Regional (SVR) Robotics competition and were the 3rd pick of a field of 57 competitors.
At SVR, the team exchanged robot parts, ran practice matches, and played ten qualification matches. The team played very well in these matches, carrying alliance members and even competing in the highest scoring match of the 8000+ matches played around the world. In the Saturday afternoon alliance selections, the Funky Monkeys teamed up with Team 368 from Hawaii and Team 5026 as the third alliance. With fast stacks and high scores, this alliance advanced to the semifinals, where the Funky Monkeys finished their season in one of the best performances in the team’s history at the competitive Silicon Valley Regional.
Not only was performing well at SVR a strong highlight of the 2015 season, but at Orlando one of the team members Nikita Seth (Junior) took home the Dean’s List Finalist award, celebrating her as an outstanding individual who embodies the ideals of the FIRST organization while achieving technical expertise.
Though the competition season has ended, the team hopes to improve their robot and maintain their high energy while competing in the off-season Cheezy Champs and CalGames competitions in the fall.