The first step to enroll in school is to determine the high school of residence based on your street address. Then contact the school to enroll. A student’s parent or guardian must bring a picture ID, a birth certificate, and two original proofs of home address dated within the past 45 days. Non- or limited-English speaking students will be evaluated at the ELD Testing Center. Call 408-626-3623 for more information.
Summer school programs are currently only offered to a limited number of identified students. If students are eligible to participate, they will be notified of opportunities by the district and/or their school site guidance advisor.
Address changes are submitted directly to the high school your student attends. Don’t forget to amend your emergency contact card as well.
Apply online at https://family.titank12.com/
. Paper applications are also available at each high school and at the district office's Food Services Department at 3235 Union Avenue in San Jose.
|Request Translation/Interpretive Assistance
Parents or guardians may request free individual translation or interpretive services in Spanish or Farsi by calling the English Language Testing Center at 408-371-0960 x2025.
|Identify a Learning Disability
|Verify Income/Employment for CUHSD Employees
Contact the Payroll Division at 408-371-0960 x2045 for teaching positions and x2046 for non-teaching positions.
|Check References for Former CUHSD Employees
Contact Human Resources at 408-371-0960 x2028 for teaching positions and x2020 for non-teaching positions.
The fundamental precept of the California Public Records Act (CPRA) is that governmental records shall be disclosed to the public, upon request, unless there is a specific reason not to do so. The public may inspect documents free of charge or obtain a copy of identifiable records for $0.15 per page. Please send your written request with clear and specific descriptions of the information sought to the Campbell Union High School District Office at 3235 Union Avenue, San Jose, CA 95124 or via fax at 408-558-3006.
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Distributions are provided as a community service. The CUHSD neither endorses nor sponsors any activity that is approved and reserves the right to deny any request. Approvals may take up to 5 business days to review, depending on the volume of requests.
All fliers and distributions to school sites from community organizations must be reviewed and approved by contacting the superintendent’s office at 408-558-2002. The following materials must be submitted via fax (408-558-3006) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org
) or dropped off at the district office for consideration:
- Sample of flier or material intended for distribution
- Proof of 501c3 nonprofit status
Fliers that organizations wish to distribute must conform to the following guidelines:
- No corporate promotion
- No for-profit advertising
- No promotion for dances, parties, etc.
- No distribution of educational materials that have not been approved by an CUHSD department
- No posting by organizations that have policies or promote activities that are inconsistent with the mission and/or policies of CUHSD
- No political materials, endorsements, walk-outs, demonstration notices, etc.
- No recruitment of students or staff
Approved fliers and/or materials will be distributed electronically unless copies are provided. For approval of textbook materials, please contact Educational Services
Parents should contact the appropriate teacher or school administrator. If you have concerns that you would like to report to the district office administration, call 408-371-0960.
Chief HR Officer
Mary Streshly, Ed.D.
504 & Title IX
Ilja Van Laar
Property Damage or Injury
Business Staff Secretary
The Uniform Complaint Process is mandated by the California Education Code for any program or activity that receives or benefits from state financial assistance. The district has instituted Uniform Compliance Process Board Policy 1312.3 to investigate and resolve uniform complaint issues pertaining to:
- Unlawful discrimination based on religion, age, gender, ethnic group identification, color, race, ancestry, national origin, actual or perceived sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, or association with persons or groups with one or more of the actual or perceived characteristics above.
- Complaints alleging failure to comply with state or federal law in adult basic education, consolidated categorical aid programs, migrant education, vocational education, child care and development programs, and special education programs.
To file a Uniform Complaint, use the form below:
A Williams Complaint allows the public to file grievances regarding:
- Insufficient instructional materials;
- Emergency or urgent conditions at school facilities that may pose a threat to the health and safety of students;
- A school restroom that has not been cleaned, maintained or kept open;
- Teacher vacancies or misassignments;
- Failure of CUHSD to provide intensive instruction and services to pupils who have failed to pass one or both parts of the high school exit exam after the completion of 12th grade
To file a Williams Complaint, use the form below and notify the school site principal for textbook, teacher misassignment, or facility complaints.
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For purchasing inquiries contact (408) 371-0960 ext. 2035