Monta Vista High School 21840 McClellan Rd, Cupertino, CA95014 Monta Vista High School provides students with an academically challenging and culturally enriching experience. The…More school offers an abundance of advanced-placement options and extra-curricular activities. It has received national recognition as a prestigious public high school. Monta Vista has been granted the title of California Distinguished School and received a National Blue Ribbon award.
Homestead High School is a member of the Fremont union High School District and home of the Mustang. As a California…More Distinguished School, Homestead High offers students and engaged and well-rounded experience to explore the world and achieve academic success.
Homestead offers a wide range of extracurricular sports, clubs and academic opportunities to prepare students for a successful future. Unique examples include orchestra, photography, video/film production, badminton, rugby, gymnastics, lacrosse, debate team, community service, cosmetology and construction/building trades.
The school received a silver medal award in a special issue of U.S. News Magazine's entitled 2010 America's Best High Schools.
Teachers and administrators at Cupertino High School focus on helping students develop their interests and skills to…More become active and engaged members of society. The school offers well rounded curriculum full of extra curricular activities and advanced placement opportunities.
Cupertino High has a strong student resource center to offer support for students. The successful recycling program at CHS brings teachers and students together to promote environmental activism. It has expanded to include humanitarian efforts as well.
Cupertino High School has been named a California Distinguished School.
Los Gatos High School 20 High School Ct, Los Gatos, CA95030 Part of the Los Gatos Saratoga Union High School District, Los Gatos High is a public school serving 1,750 students…More and employing 124 faculty. The school offers a comprehensive academic curriculum, including honors and advanced placement courses. Students participate in more than 50 academic, sports and community clubs and organizations, from aquatics, cheer and chess to German, French, philosophy, architecture and many more. Students also publish the "El Gato" newspaper and Wildcat yearbook. The school features a remodeled and updated facility, outdoor sports field, large gymnasium, swimming pool and aquatics center, library, music, science and arts buildings.