SAME Room, DIFFERENT Story - October 13 - October 15, 2021

Fullerton Union High School


Fullerton Joint Union High School District

1051 W. Bastanchury Road, Fullerton, CA  92833


Board of Trustees

Marilyn Buchi, Vicki Calhoun, Ed.D, Joanne Fawley, 

Chester Jeng DDS, JD, LL.M, MBA, Lauren Klatzker, and Grace Lee (Student)


Scott Scambray, Ed.D., Superintendent


Fullerton Union High School Administration

201 E. Chapman Avenue, Fullerton, CA 92832

Laura Rubio, Principal


Dr. Amanda Bentley, Asst. Principal      Jon Caffrey, Asst. Principal      

Steve Garcia, Asst. Principal         Marcene Guerrero, Asst. Principal



Fullerton Academy of the Arts Foundation Board of Directors

Brydon Shirk, President

Scott Curtis, Secretary     Courtney Ozovek, Treasurer


Board Members

Bronwen Burton, Daniele Curtis, Scott Curtis, Cathy Gach, Zachary Hillman

Genni Klein and Lauren Shoemaker.

Maggie Crail and Troy Trimble, Academy Co-Coordinators. 



The Performing Arts at Fullerton Union High School

Fullerton Union High School, the flagship school of the Fullerton Joint Union High School District, is one of the oldest comprehensive high schools in Southern California.  A rich history, strong traditions and outstanding academics and programs make FUHS a great place for all students.  A full complement of Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Honors, College Preparatory and many academic support programs provide all students with the opportunity to learn and excel in an environment that is best suited to their needs.  Fullerton Union High School is the recipient of a California Distinguished School Award (2005) from the California Department of Education, a Golden Bell Award winner for outstanding Arts Curriculum, and named a 2021 Arts Exemplary School for excellence in Arts Education.


The performing arts at FUHS have always been a strong aspect in the life and culture of the school. Fullerton is an arts community. Over the past two decades the Performing Arts have grown from a few part time teachers into the vital educational program it is today. The Performing Arts Program has six credentialed teachers and six adjunct staff members. The Academy of the Arts at Fullerton Union High School was formed to further spotlight the success of the Visual and Performing Arts.


Be  part of a one of a kind opportunity: The Performing Arts Pathway Triple Threat Performer (T3). Students who elect to enter this program will follow a four-year pathway through high school that gives them Choral Music, Theatre and Dance classes every year, along with additional AP and IB classes in the arts, while meeting all of the UC/CSU admissions requirements. For more information on this exciting program please contact:

Michael Despars

(714) 626-3978

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