Faria Elementary School offers a traditional teacher-directed learning environment with an emphasis on academic…More achievement in core academic areas such as reading, language arts, mathematics, social studies and science.
Faria Elementary is not a neighborhood school but a choice program serving the Cupertino Union School District's attendance area. Enrollment is based on a lottery system.
Stevens Creek Elementary provides students with an enriching learning environment focused on preparing for success in…More a diverse society. The school offers teachnologial resources and extensive extracurricular programs and activities.
There is a great deal of parental involvement at Stevens Creek Elementary School through volunteerism and the Parent Teacher Organization.
Eaton Elementary School provides students with a challenging educational program designed to promote a lifelong love…More of learning. Students have access to art, music, physical education and technology programs.
Eaton Elementary School has a strong Parent Teacher Organization which sponsors events such as the Science Fair, International Festival and Family Game Night.
Lincoln Elementary School 21710 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Lincoln Elementary School aims to provide students with a challenging yet balanced academic program to support a life…More long love of learning. It is recognized as a California Distinguished School. Extracurricular activities at Lincoln include Ultimate Frisbee, softball, track, yearbook, photography and academic contests. Lincoln Elementary also offer students a unique program called PeaceBuilders to improve social skills, cooperation and resiliency.
L.P. Collins Elementary School 10300 N Blaney Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 L.P. Collins Elementary is a neighborhood school serving the Collins attendance area. (Generally, this area is within…More the De Anza Boulevard/Homestead Road/Wolfe Road/Stevens Creek street boundaries.) At Collins, teachers and staff place a strong emphasis on developing students' natural love of learning. Parents, teachers, and students work together to create an enriching learning environment.
Regnart Elementary School 1180 Yorkshire Dr, Cupertino, CA95014 Regnart Elementary School is part of the Cupertino Union School District. The school incorporates the high academic…More standards of the district and state while striving for an environment that allows each student to achieve independently.
Regnart Elementary 1180 Yorkshire Dr, Cupertino, CA95014 This Child Development Center offers before- and after-school care to the Regnart Elementary's students. In-service days…More and also summer programs are also available. The Center provides in safe environment homework assistance, school project work time, as well as indoor and outdoor games and activities allowing the kids to learn, interact and grow.
Garden Gate Elementary School is a California Distinguished School and part of the Cupertino Union School District.…More The school uses a standards-based report card system and ranks among the highest API test scores in the state.
In addition to a focusing on academics the school has a life skills program called Project Cornerstone. The Parent Teacher Association, which is very active at the school, raises funds for a part-time Project Cornerstone coordinator.
Varian Park Ainsworth Dr & Vista Knoll Blvd, Cupertino, CA95014 Varian Park is located adjacent to Stevens Creek Elementary School. It offers a large grassy area, play equipment and…More two tennis courts. Picnic areas are also available.
O-Mei Academy 10070 Imperial Ave, Cupertino, CA95014 O-Mei Academy provides after-school elementary school level instruction in math, English and Chinese, along with chess,…More Kung Fu and Tai Chi. It also offers a summer camp program and classes for adults in kung fu, dance, yoga and fitness. O-Mei Academy maintains a second location in Milpitas.
Collins School Age Child Development Center is located at LP Collins Elementary School in Cupertino. The center is…More dedicated to enriching children's lives through innovative educational programs and support. CDC adopts developmentally appropriate practices and the programs put children at the center of the web of families, teachers and the community at large. The emphasis on developing each center according to the local community it is part of has allowed every center to evolve in unique and creative ways.