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Fremont Unified School District offers a Mandarin Immersion Program to all children enrolled in the district.

Welcome to the official website of the parents organization supporting the Mandarin Immersion Program of the Fremont Unified School District. This program is hosted by Azevada Elementary School and Hopkins Jr. High School in Fremont, CA. We are the Chinese Immersion Parents Council of Fremont (CIPCF).


FUSD Mandarin Immersion Program Mission Statement

“The mission of our Mandarin Immersion Program is to develop lifelong learners and well-rounded global citizens in an academically excellent, socially aware, and technologically advanced environment promoting Chinese language and cultural awareness.”






News and Events

Get updates about the Mandarin Immersion Program at Azevada and Hopkins Jr. High. This first meeting of the school year will introduce the new officers and share some highlights of what’s to come among other topics. Child-care (free) is provided in an adjacent room by high school volunteers.


Next CIPCF Council Meeting Sept 5th, 2017, 6:30pm

For parents planning to register kindergarten students for the 2018-19 school year, Azevada will host its annual Mandarin Immersion Program Info Night on January 23, 2018 starting at 6:30pm in the Multi-Purpose Room. Come join us to learn about the program, the registration process of the FUSD, and for getting into the Mandarin Immersion Program.

Mandarin Immersion Program Info Night Set for January

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The Fremont Unified School District now extends its Mandarin Immersion Program to the Jr. High School level. It is hosting a 7th Grade class at Hopkins Jr. High School starting this school year and will add the 8th grade class next year. With the addition of Mandarin this year, Hopkins Jr. High now hosts two dual language programs, Spanish and Mandarin. Students in these dual language programs are positioning themselves well to earn the State Seal of Biliteracy in high school.

FUSD Expands Mandarin Immersion Program to Jr. High

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