Which is the elementary school

Asked by Praveen, Cupertino, CA Thu Aug 23, 2012

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Robert Lei, Agent, Cupertino, CA
Wed Sep 25, 2013
Hi Praveen,
Go here"

and click on Sunnyvale Elementary

then you will see that it falls in the Cherry Chase Elementary Attendance Area.
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Robert Lei, Agent, Cupertino, CA
Sun Oct 14, 2012
Hi Praveen,
My blogspot page has a page dedicated to links that show the school boundaries:


Robert Lei
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Juliana Lee…, Agent, Palo Alto, CA
Fri Aug 24, 2012
Cherry Chase Elementary, Sunnyvale Middle, Homestead High are what the school districts have published online. As others have said call the school districts to be certain.

I try to keep links to the school districts for each city on my website current but many school's have changed their websites frequently. I have up-to-date links for Sunnyvale School information at:

School information for many other cities can also be found from the pop out menu on the right side of:

Best wishes, Juliana Lee
Web Reference:  http://www.julianalee.com
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Monica Goyal…, , Cupertino, CA
Thu Aug 23, 2012
Hi Praveen, I would invite you to open house at '987 W. Homestead Road' Sunnyvale on this Saturday.
Schools are: West Valley elementary, Cupertino Middle and Homestead High.

Monica Goyal
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Marcy Moyer, Agent, San Ramon, CA
Thu Aug 23, 2012
This home is not for sale. The house next door at 1192 Queen Ann has a pending sale and according to MLS feeds into Cherry Chase Elementary, Sunnyvale Middle School, and HOmestead High School. This info needs to be verified by the Sunnyvale school district as boundary lines are set by them.
Marcy Moyer
DRE 01191194
Web Reference:  http://www.marcymoyer.com
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Andrea Wince…, Agent, Milpitas, CA
Thu Aug 23, 2012
You can look up the closest schools to an address via this link:
However, for attendance information it is always best to call the school district directly.
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