Los Gatos High School 20 High School Ct, Los Gatos, CA95030 Los Gatos High School is operated by the Los Gatos Saratoga Union High School District. It has 1,750 students and 93…More teachers. The school offers 50 academic, athletic and community service clubs and organizations. It is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Its principal is Markus Autrey.
Los Gatos Youth Theatre 20 High School Ct, Los Gatos, CA95030 Los Gatos Youth Theatre is a children's theater located right next to Los Gatos High School. This theater is used for…More children's performances, plays and sing-alongs. It holds a few hundred people. The theater also offers youth theater classes and opportunities for rehearsal / practice.
Los Gatos Cleaners 291 E Main St, Los Gatos, CA95030 Los Gatos Cleaners is a dry cleaning business located next to Los Gatos High School. It cleans a wide variety of…More clothing and other textiles, and it also does alterations and repairs. It offers a wash and fold service as well.
Los Gatos High School New Millennium Foundation 20 High School Ct, Los Gatos, CA95030 The New Millennium Foundation is a non-profit organization established and administered through Los Gatos High…More School teachers, parents, alumni and administrators. It is dedicated to raising money to enhance the educational experience of Los Gatos High School students. Since its inception, it has raised $2.6 million through donations and fundraisers.
Los Gatos Parent Nursery School is a nonprofit parent-participation school for children ages 2-5. It's been in…More operation since 1946. The school is under the auspices of the Adult Education Division of the Los Gatos-Saratoga Joint High School District and Los Gatos/Saratoga Community Department of Education and Recreation, an organization that partially subsidizes its programs as adult education classes. The school offers one-day, two-day, three-day and afternoon classes for 4-5-year-olds. Tuition ranges from $87 to $290 a month.</p>
The Los Gatos Saratoga Union High School District operates Los Gatos, Saratoga and Nova high schools. The district's…More 2010-11 enrollment is more than 3,100 students. The district offers a full array of academic programs. </p>
<p>Saratoga High School is located at 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga, CA., 95070. For more information, call (408) 867-3411, or fax (408) 867-3577. Nova is located at the LGSHSD office and is an alternative education school.</p>
<p>The district's superintendent is Cary Matsuoka. Board of Education meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm, alternating locations between Los Gatos and Saratoga high schools' libraries. Board of Education members are Cynthia Chang, Roger Mason, Rosemary Rossi, Michele H. van Zuiden and Lorrie Wernick. Students Peter Wedell, of Los Gatos High, and Anshu Siripurapu, of Saratoga High, are senior and junior student board representatives. </p>
KCAT TV-15 20 High School Ct, Los Gatos, CA95030 KCAT TV-15 is Los Gatos' Comcast community access station. It serves Comcast subscribers in Los Gatos and Monte…More Sereno. KCAT TV-15's programming can be seen by more than 10,000 cable households in both communities. The studio is located on the side of the Los Gatos High School campus at 44 Brooklyn Avenue. The station was created by trustees of the Los Gatos-Saratoga High School District in 1983 working in partnership with Los Gatos High School and funding from the Town of Los Gatos. It operated inside a school building that was previously used for agricultural purposes. In the summer of 2009, KCAT operations were moved across campus to a temporary site between the pool and maintenance areas. The station airs public service announcements at no charge to community organizations.
Los Gatos Community Foundation, Inc. 250 N Santa Cruz Ave, Los Gatos, CA95030 Los Gatos Community Foundation is a local non-profit organization. This inclusive committee devoted to the preservation…More and prosperity of the town has its donations go towards a variety of services which improve the quality of life for Los Gatos residents. Projects include park beautification, holiday events, litter cleanup, scholarships for High School students and grants for other non-profits.