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CHS Robotics Team Competes in World Championships

CHS Robotics Team 2473, the Goldstrikers, competed at the World Championships in Houston last week. This competition included about 400 teams, and the Goldstrikers had a strong finish as division alliance finalists! This has been a record-breaking season for CHS Robotics, and we'd like to thank the community for their support!

CHS FBLA attends the California State Leadership Conference

This April the Cupertino FBLA Chapter, led by Erin Song & Jehannaz Dastoor, competed at states. CHS was able to take home many victories including 2nd place at Sweepstakes, 2nd Largest Local Chapter, and Mr. St. John was awarded Best Adviser of the Year. As competition officers, Ruchi Shah, Edward Hsu, and Bhavesh Manivannan were able to assist 40 out of the 80 competitors to qualify to the National Leadership Conference this summer. Additionally, Bhavesh Manivannan and Naren Ramesh were formally inaugurated into Bay Section office to serve as Bay Section Secretary & Treasurer.

CHS AP Environmental Science students visit NEXTracker Solar

Cupertino Scientists Shine at the Synopsys Science Fair

Cupertino scientists presented their projects at the Synopsys Science Fair in March.  Awards were announced over spring break; click here to see the many awards won by CHS students.  

Writing for Publication Students featured on NPR's Perspectives

Students in Ms. Rachel Glas' Writing for Publication class submitted projects to KQED's Perspectives. Didem Arslanoglu and Jane Lee were selected by the editor to record theirs for publication. Didem's Perspective titled "From a Brown Girl to Yours Truly", aired on Wednesday, April 5th. Jane's Perspective, "Mirror, Mirror", aired on Wednesday, April 19th. Click on the links to listen/read the work on the KQED Perspectives site.

Students who are interested in taking the Writing for Publication next year, should see Ms. Glas or your counselor. 

Tino News


Hey Seniors,


Prom tickets are on sale for $65 w/ ASB and $75 without on Wednesday and Thursday outside the ASB Room during brunch and lunch! Please remember to bring your ID, clear all delinquencies, your permission slip, and guest form if you're bringing somebody from another school. Forms can be found at






Need gift cards for year-end gifts, for gifting to graduating students in your friend circle, for birthday parties? We can help! Grad night committee has signed up with Great Lake scrip center,


They provide nonprofit organizations with Gift cards to various businesses at a rebate. Parents pay the face value of the gift card, which they can conveniently pick from Grad Night scrip coordinator.


Rebates earned by committee helps raise funds for the Grad Night party. We plan to place order around May 1st, with delivery by May 10th.


If you wish to place your order, email it to with your list. Please include your name and phone number, store name, quantity and denomination for each card. List of available cards can be found here:


Payment checks should be made out to CHS GRAD NIGHT BOOSTERS for the amount of your order. Drop off the check along with your order in a sealed envelope to the school office before May 1st, 2017. We will contact you to pick up the order when it is ready.


Interested in being involved with Cupertino Actors Theatre next year? There will be an information meeting in room 722 at lunch on Thursday, May 4th. Audition information, as well as information about joining tech, will be discussed and you will have an opportunity to talk to current CAT students about their experience in the program! Please contact Ms. Conrad with any questions. 


Tino Magic Society is hosting a magic competition on Monday, May 15, 2017.  There will be great prizes for the top three winners.  Competition is confirmed once we have at least five groups joining.  More info on our Facebook page: tinomagicsociety or email us at  If you are interested please show up in our next meeting, Monday, May 1, 2017 at lunch in Room 116.  Form for the magic competition is here:


The City of Cupertino and Safe Routes to School are planning a network of bicycle-friendly routes along local residential streets throughout the City in order to encourage bicycling. These 'Bike Boulevards' will contain bicycle-friendly and traffic-calming features, and are designed especially for those riders who may not feel comfortable traveling along the major streets.


Please come to an open house on Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Guided Learning Center at Collins Elementary School (10300 N Blaney Ave). The open house will feature a series of presentations on the preliminary designs of the proposed bike boulevards throughout the City. Drop in during the presentation you’re most interested in or whenever works best for you. See the Attached Flyer for the presentation schedule and color-coded map.



If you would like to be a GSA officer for next year, please fill out the following application. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 28 at 3PM. You do NOT need to be a member to apply.


VTA's Summer Youth Pass is your all-access adventure pass! 

Youth 18 and under get unlimited rides on VTA buses and light rail, June through August for just $75, a savings of $60 off the regular price of three monthly youth passes. VTA’s Summer Youth Pass is the perfect way to get to summer jobs, the movies, the mall and all of your favorite places. Summer Youth Passes are valid from June 1 through August 31, 2017.

The 2017 Summer Youth Passes will be available for purchase starting Tuesday, May 16. Visit for more information. 



Hello all,


We will have our next Association Meeting on Tues April 25, 2017 at 7pm at the cafeteria. The English department chair Kevin Morgan will give a short presentation on the English Department Program.  We will be approving the budget and the slate for next year.   Please reserve your space on this website:


HSA Awards

Each year, Cupertino High School honors individuals from our Community and Staff who represent the best in working for our children, school, and community.

 Some people make very visible contributions while others work quietly behind the scenes. Outstanding contributions are made in the classrooms, office, library, booster clubs, PTA, leading parcel tax efforts, community involvement, School Site Council, the list goes on.

 Do you know of someone who should be recognized? Please take a minute to nominate that deserving person for this year’s Honorary Service Award.

All nominations must be received by Monday April 17, 2017

Please use this form  Cupertino PTSA Award Form



Monday April 24th -- Spring Blood Drive - in the main gym -- 8:00am and the last sitting will be at 1:45pm

Donate Blood:

Parents are encouraged to donate, and will automatically gain “front of line” fast pass.  The drive begins at 8:00am and the last sitting will be at 1:45pm.

Parents may drop-in, but if you’ll let us know you are coming it helps us manage the day, and you’ll receive an automatic reminder email.

Sign up to us know if you will come:


Monday April 24th -- Spring Blood Drive - in the main gym -- 8:00am and the last sitting will be at 1:45pm

Volunteer to help:  Spring Blood Drive Supervise the Canteen --  Mon April 24

It would be great to have a few parents to oversee the student volunteers in the Canteen / Recover station -- handing out water and snacks, etc.

For convenience we have split this into two shifts with an overlap in time shifts simply to have the first shift instruct the second shift on what to do, if you would like to work the entire day, please click both shifts.

8:00 - 11:15 am - 2 people

11:00 - 2:15 pm - 2 people



Staff Programs

Volunteers & Donations Needed for the Cinco De Mayo  Teacher & Staff Appreciation Lunch:


Many thanks to the parents who helped with the St. Patrick’s Day Lunch - especially Carrie O’Leary for chairing this event along with Joanne.  The parents appreciated the lunch and opportunity to celebrate.


Student Programs


Friday April 21. 3 – 6pm -- Springfest – 3pm- 6pm CHS quad

Partnering with the ASB, the Cupertino High PTSA will be sponsoring a fun event that includes Student Performances, Games, Competitions, prizes and free food to foster community, taking responsibility and celebrate arrival of spring for the students.  The event is planned and fully managed by ASB and student volunteers but we need parent volunteers for supervision, support and encourage student during the event.  We’ve set up two shifts 3 – 4:30 & 4:30 – 6 for parents to sign up to help.

If you would like to help:



Parent Programs

Ready to go to college!?!

Hear from Cupertino High alums and parents who will share their experiences and perspectives to ease your transition to college and share approaches that worked well for them. Their insight will hopefully ease any anxiety and prepare you to navigate your new life at college.

Be pro-active and come to hear what to expect, what to do, and other details to help make the transition to college easier for you and your parents! Tips on what to do this summer, what to take for moving day, college life, making friends, finances, keeping in touch, college academics, fitting in, time management, college safety, visiting home, etc. You will get to hear from someone who has been there, done that!

Topics and panel discussion will be facilitated by Syrous Parsay, who has spoken at our Roadmap to College lectures.

Syrous Parsay is a retired inventor and entrepreneur. He frequently lectures on topics such as disruptive technologies, entrepreneurship, science and dimensions of wellness, financial planning, college planning, and more. Mr. Parsay is also a mentor to a broad demographic of individuals from high school students to corporate executives.

Target audience: Seniors and their parents.

Senior Send-Off 2017



Many thanks to those who agreed to be part of our board next year.  Our slate for nominations next year’s board is located on this page:


Other news:


Senior Programs

-Prom - Saturday, May 13

-Baccalaureate -  Tues, May 30

-Graduation - June 1 6:30pm

-Grad Night Party - June 1 10pm-5am


The Fremont Union High School District, in partnership with the City of Cupertino Parks & Recreation Department, is pleased to offer summer sessions of the popular College Planning and College Essay Workshops for High School Juniors (class of 2018). The College Planning Workshops, offered on 4 of our campuses and taught by experienced FUHSD Guidance Counselors and College Advisors, will help students to identify goals and plans for college, organize the college search and manage the application process. Students will have several opportunities to work one-on-one with instructors to revise their plans.   The College Essay Workshop, offered at all 5 campuses and taught by FUHSD English teachers, will help students learn about the UC and Common Application essay prompts, select one prompt, and then draft, revise, and finalize one essay.  For more information and to register for a class, please open the documents below.  The deadline for first round of registration is Wednesday, April 26, 2017.  For more information, please contact Josh Maisel, Coordinator of Academic Interventions, at (408)522-2297.





2 hour class for 5 days






June 12 - June 16


8:00am - 1-:00am


Cupertino HS

June 19 - June 23


10:30am - 12:30pm


Fremont HS**

June 26 - June 30


1:00pm - 3:00pm *


Homestead HS +





Lynbrook HS





Monta Vista HS

* FHS is hosting the only 1pm the Essay Workshop

** FHS will only be offering 1pm Essay workshop

+ HHS is not offering Planning  Workshop


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Goodwill Donation Drive - Sunday, March 19 from 10 AM to 4 PM

Get rid of your clutter and help our school at the same time!  

Please drop off your clutter for a good cause!  A truck will be in the

CHS Band parking lot on Sunday, March 19 from 10 AM to 4 PM.

We'll help you unload.  At the end of the day, the truck will be weighed and we will receive a check based on that weight.

What we can take: Books, clothing, shoes, household items, accessories, toys, e-waste, monitors, stereos, VCRs, telephones, and other small electronics.

What we can't take: Large appliances, carpet, food, liquids, weapons, chemicals, pet or medical items, car parts, construction debris (lumber, concrete, bricks, etc), or items weighing more than 50 pounds.

ALL proceeds go to Tino Grad Night 2017! Thank you for your help!

College Planning AND College Essay Workshops in the SUMMER. For more details on all course offerings click HERE



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CAC Speaker Series 2016-2017

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Safe Routes 2 School February Newsletter

 For more information about Cupertino Safe Routes to School, visit:

 Let's keep our students safe!

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ASB, homecoming...? What's that?

Learn more about all the acronyms and spirit words of Cupertino High School!

The PTSA made a glossary for you: see the Tino Terminology, and "speak Tino" with your student!

 Tino Terminology