Cupertino High School is set to hold an official grand opening for its new classroom and science building on Tuesday, March 6.
The ceremony, free and open to the public, is set for 3:30 p.m. in front of the new building at the back of the campus, according to the Fremont Union High School District. The event will include student performances and a guided tour.
On Monday, Feb. 26, students moved into the new facilities (see move-in day photos here), which expand CHS’ already strong science program and includes a career technical education room for CTE specific subjects, such as physics and robotics. The adjacent “L” shaped building is designed for all subjects beyond science, such as English, social science, special education, languages and math.
The additions are a result of a recent bond measure passed by Cupertino citizens, allowing the creation of 29 new classrooms at the campus, according to Cupertino High School assistant principal Geoff Wright.
The building and classroom additions are intended for all students and teachers.
The grand opening is free and open to the public. Click here for more information.