Lynbrook High School Improvements


SCH Number
Lead Agency
Fremont Union High School District
Document Title
Lynbrook High School Improvements
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Project Applicant
Fremont Union High School District
Present Land Use
High School Campus

Document Description
The Fremont Union High School District (District) Measure CC Bond projects include various improvements at existing District facilities to serve existing and projected enrollment. At the Lynbrook High School (LHS) campus, the District proposes the following improvements: • modernizing 81 existing classrooms (e.g., HVAC, lighting, flooring, roofing, technology, furniture, fixtures, and equipment), • modernizing the existing auditorium building, • converting the existing natural turf baseball and softball fields to synthetic turf, and • converting the existing General Student Services (GSS) building to new educational uses, including up to two new classrooms All proposed project improvements would occur within the boundary of the existing LHS campus.

Contact Information
Christine Mallery
Fremont Union High School District
589 West Fremont Boulevard
Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Phone : (408) 522-2245


37°17'59.8"N 122°0'10.7"W
Santa Clara
Cross Streets
Johnson Avenue and Rainbow Drive
Miller Middle School
Saratoga Creek

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Categorical Exemption
Type, Section or Code
Section 15314, Minor Additions to Schools
Reasons for Exemption
The proposed improvements to LHS are relatively minor and would occur within the boundary of the existing LHS campus. Upon completion of the proposed project, the LHS campus would have substantially the same purpose and capacity of the existing campus. The LHS campus currently contains 83 classrooms; therefore, the additional two classrooms proposed by the project would not increase student capacity by more than 25 percent or 10 classrooms. Per section 15300.2 of the CEQA Guidelines, it has been determined that the project would not impact an environmental resource of hazardous or critical concern, is not located on a hazardous waste site, would not result in a significant impact due to unusual circumstances, damage scenic resources, affect an historic resource, or result in a cumulative impact. For these reasons and those stated above, the project is exempt from the provisions of the CEQA.


Notice of Exemption
StateClearinghouseFiled16March2020   PDF 1105 K

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