Float representing the first schoolhouse in Milpitas: the Laguna School.
Original can be seen at the intersection of Calaveras Rd. and Felter Rd.
These are the Mattos children on the July 4, 2002 Historical Society float.
Board of Education Delivers Unanimous Vote to Place Bond Measure on November Ballot
If approved by voters in November, 2018, the Bond Measure will bring in $284 million, which will go toward modernizing classrooms, upgrading infrastructure, and enhancing student safety.
2018-2019 School Year
First Day of school, Thursday, August 16, 2018.
Last day of school, Thursday, June 6, 2019.
Milpitas High School
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Find out about school information, clubs, events and other news at Milpitas High School, Milpitas, CA.
Maps to Milpitas Schools
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Maps showing where the public schools are located, links to school websites, contact information, principals’ names and email addresses.
What to Wear to School
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Most Milpitas elementary schools and both middle schools require uniforms. Check here for your school requirements.
From GreatSchools. Overviews of each of our schools.
Milpitas Board of Education
Photos and contact information of the members of the Milpitas Unified School District Governing Board.
Milpitas School Board Meeting Calendar
Meetings televised on cable channel 15 at 7:00 p.m. during the Board meetings. Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month beginning at 7:00 PM in the Board Room located at 1331 East Calaveras Blvd.
Agendas and Minutes.
Milpitas Unified School District
This is the home page for the school district, with an overview of the community and goals for the public school district. Unfortunately, the site is entirely unnavigatable in some Mac and Windows browsers.
Milpitas Unified School District Job Openings
Please click on a job title below for detailed information about a specific posting. Online application available.
Santa Clara County Office of Education
Silicon Valley’s county-wide educational resource and administrative center.
Silicon Valley Reads
What if all the teens and adults in our area read the same book and talked about it? Which book would that be?
Closing the Gap To Build Support for Education
If you could see the lineup of people, resources, and money behind the effort to persuade you that all is well, you would be astonished that any negative or critical coverage appears anywhere, at any time. From the Education Intelligence Agency. [Note: MUSD just hired a PR consultant.]
Milpitas Community Educational Endowment
MCEE became a concept in the late spring of 2009, after the latest round of budget cuts to the school district, several parents and community members were discussing what impact those cuts would have on the quality of education.
Family and Community Engagement
Resources for Immigration Support
In these uncertain times for our families who have immigrated to Milpitas, our employees continue to stand UNIFIED in our commitment to work together and show that Milpitas values every single student, regardless of background, experience, and views.
Parent Teacher Associations (PTAs)
The Trojan Parent
We sponsor staff appreciation events, chaperone student activities and ‘lend a helping hand’. The PTSA is proud to sponsor our annual scholarship program which awarded $500 scholarships to graduating seniors based on their school involvement, community service and academic improvement.
Sinnott Parent Teacher Association
We provide a link between staff and parents to support all of our students.
California Consortium for Independent Study
We are a state wide organization interested in the advancement of independent study programs. Milpitas is in Region 5.
The White House Blog: Education
Our Nation’s elementary and secondary education systems are falling behind the rest of the world. The Trump Administration supports an agenda that provides school choice for parents, better prepares students to compete in a global economy, modernizes an antiquated federal student aid system, and holds higher education institutions more accountable to students and taxpayers alike.
State Educational Organizations & Info
California High School Exit Exam
The California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE), formerly a graduation requirement for students in California public schools, was suspended effective January 1, 2016.
General Educational Development Test (GED)
The GED test is for adults who do not have a high school diploma. Those who pass the test receive a California High School Equivalency Certificate. In California, persons who are 18 years of age or older may take the GED test. Some 17-year-olds who meet specific criteria for testing may also take the test. In Milpitas, the GED Test Center is located at 701 S. Able St., in the Elmwood Jail. 408-957-5487
Explore and utilize this Web site to learn about convention, health, parenting, community concerns and educational issues.
California Sixth District PTA
Santa Clara County’s PTA organization which provides leadership and advice, assists in unit or council organization and training, provides resources for Parent Education workshops, offers recommendations regarding legislative and advocacy issues and communicates critical information from the National and California State PTAs.
California’s Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment
Figure out what your child should be learning. Many files in Adobe Acrobat.
California Teachers Association
Here, you can learn about the organization that represents and serves more than 330,000 members – consisting of teachers and other education employees in the state’s more than 1,000 school districts.