Saratoga High School 20300 Herriman Ave, Saratoga, CA95070 Saratoga High School, in the Saratoga school district, is a large high school that offers all the classes needed for…More students to graduate. Each student has a different schedule. The school also offers many sports, including football and basketball, as well as fundraisers, dances and other activities throughout the year. The school is clean and well-kept to keep students learning in the best environment. The school likes to see student, alumni and parental involvment, and provides various programs to give partners of the school opportunities to give back.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Nova 17421 Farley Rd W, Los Gatos, CA95030 Nova is an alternative high school located at the Los Gatos-Saratoga High School District Office off University Avenue.…More Teenagers from around the area who are experiencing difficulty at their current school are allowed to finish up studies at Nova. The small staff works with each student to help them develop skills and graduate.