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Photo Galleries

Tournament of the Bands- 2016

Saagar Sanghavi and Christina Shao

With 22 high schools from around Northern California and even Oregon, the 46th annual Tournament of Bands at Cupertino High School was held on October 8, 2016. There were a variety of competitions and numerous awards presented throughout the day. The event attracted parents, CHS students, and local residents to the performances.

This Month in Photos - September 2016

Catherine Seok and Elena Chang

This month is photos featuring the clubs fair, the college fair, the helmet game and homecoming.

Homecoming - Seniors 2016

Catherine Seok

The seniors performed their final homecoming rally today. Their theme was Starwars. Everything from the spaceship in the quad to the lightsaber battle was out of this world. Great job 2017!

Junior Homecoming Rally

Catherine Seok

The Juniors performed their homecoming skits today. The theme of the rally was Harry Potter, and the CHS students faced off against their enemy Gunn high school. Great job 2018! You had the audience spellbound.

Freshman Homecoming Rally

Catherine Seok

Homecoming week kicked off today with the Freshmen class. With Percy Jackson as their theme, the boys (Camp Jupiter) and the girls (Camp Half-Blood) battled it out for Dusty's attention. Congratulations to the Freshmen on making it through their first homecoming. Job well done!

Main Street Opening

Elena Chang, Anshul Rajwanshi, Esha Radhakrishnan and Santosh Muralidaran

Main Street Cupertino officially opened on Sept. 17 at 10:30 AM with a ribbon cutting ceremony officiated by Jerry Rice, a well-known former Forty-Niners football player. The Cupertino High School Proud Pioneer Marching Band and Color Guard opened the parade, followed by various performances by the Fremont High School Marching Band and Color Guard, the San Jose Fire Department and many more. Additionally, free popcorn was provided and various advertising booths were set up around the Main Street downtown area.