Preparing Students for the future

Fallbrook Union High School District (FUHSD) provides a high-quality education to high school students

in the greater Fallbrook community. Our FUHSD schools offer all students educational opportunities

that enable them to function effectively as citizens, and become life-long learners, consumers and

workers in a global society.


Aging high school needs repairs and upgrades

Fallbrook High School was built nearly 70 years ago and is in need of major repairs in order to continue providing a quality education to local students. Aging facilities need to be upgraded to meet current academic, ADA, and safety standards including removing hazardous materials such as lead pipes and asbestos that were used at the time of construction.

Over the past two years, FUHSD completed a comprehensive assessment of FUHSD facilities and developed a Facility Master Plan to prioritize facility repairs and upgrades. Classrooms and labs need to be modernized with updated academic technology to ensure students are prepared for college and careers.

Potential local funding for school improvements

While no decisions have been made at this time, the FUHSD Board of Trustees is considering placing a school improvement bond measure on the November 2024 ballot to complete identified repairs and upgrades at Fallbrook High School and other FUHSD facilities. If a measure is placed on the ballot and approved by local voters, funding from the measure would be used to:

  • Provide classrooms, facilities and technology needed to support high-quality instruction in math, science, engineering and technology
  • Repair or replace deteriorating roofs, plumbing, heating & ventilation, gas lines, sewer lines and electrical systems where needed
  • Upgrade and repair physical education and sports facilities to support student health and safety
  • Keep computer systems and instructional technology up to date
  • Create modern, multi-use classrooms to support hands-on science instruction as well as health science, AG science, robotics and skilled trades programs


A school improvement bond measure must include strict fiscal accountability protections, including an independent Citizens’ Oversight Committee, annual audits and a project list detailing how funds would be used. Additionally, all funds from the measure must stay in FUHSD and cannot be taken by the State.

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