COVID-19 Testing/Resources


Student At-Home COVID-19 Testing Kits




For the 2022-2023 school year, CUHSD will regularly be offering students free at-home tests and will not be offering on-site weekly screenings. This is in line with guidance from the California Department of Public Health to offer students and families access to regular screening.
Please contact your student's front office for more information on how your student can pick up their at-home COVID tests.


COVID-19 Community Testing Resources

Below you will find important resources provided by local and federal agencies regarding free at-home test kits available to all CUHSD students and staff, with no insurance required. This information is provided as a resource and any questions on these resources should be directed to the appropriate agency.
CUHSD District Office Walk-Up Community COVID Testing (Ends September 2, 2022)

*Due to low testing numbers, Curative will be permanently shutting down the testing kiosk located at the District Office on September 2nd.*

CUHSD has partnered with Curative for community COVID testing kiosk in the parking lot of the CUHSD District Office located at 3235 Union Ave., San Jose, CA 95124. This kiosk is open to the general public and all community members are able to walk up without an appointment to get tested for COVID-19. However, an appointment is recommended. The testing is provided at no cost and no insurance is necessary. Those who are insured should bring their insurance information. Visit for more information and to make an appointment.

County of Santa Clara Testing
Those who live, work, or attend school in the county may sign up online at the County of Santa Clara COVID Website to obtain a COVID test.
USPS Free At-Home Tests
The United States Postal Service is also offering four (4) free at-home tests per residential address. You can order these tests online at The U.S. Federal government expects these COVID-19 antigen test orders will ship in 7-12 days.

Using At-Home Tests to Return to School (after quarantine)
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) announced that FDA-approved at-home COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test may be used to confirm an individual tests negative for the purpose of returning to school. Click here for a full list of Diagnostic Tests with FDA Emergency Use Authorization. This only applies to those whose symptoms have significantly improved or resolved and have tested negative for COVID-19 on day 5 or later.
In line with this guidance and in an effort to minimize the disruption of student learning, CUHSD will now allow families to use an at-home COVID-19 test to verify a student has tested negative on day 5 or later to return to school.


To report at-home test results, families will need to: 
  1. Take a photo of the negative test, including student’s name and date the at-home test was taken written on the test (or a picture of the student with the negative test result)
  2. Submit an Attestation Form and attach the photo above. Click on your school to access the relevant At-Home Test Result form for your student: Boynton | Branham | Del Mar | Leigh | Prospect | Westmont | Camden Post-Secondary
For families who are unable to secure an at-home COVID test to end their student's quarantine or isolation to return to school, parents/guardians or a family member who is not in quarantine may pick up a test at the student's school site. Please note: this is only for students who are in quarantine or attempting to return to school after quarantine.

COVID-19 Resources
CUHSD continues to work closely with the CDC, California Department of Health and Human Services, and the Santa Clara County Health Department to obtain the latest information updates and guidance to keep our communities safe. Find the latest information about COVID-19 here: