Welcome to Cupertino

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Located directly west of San Jose, Cupertino lies on the edge of the state’s famed Silicon Valley. It is world headquarters for Apple and, not surprisingly, a fifth of the city’s workers are computer specialists. The city is something of an anomaly in the area because it doesn’t have a distinct town center or main street. What it does have (in addition to Apple) is a highly rated public school district, quiet neighborhoods, and a lot of open space. Cupertino is the 11th wealthiest city in the state, with an estimated per-capita income of $51,965 and a median household income exceeding $160,000. Forbes has ranked it as one of the most educated small towns in the country.

Quick Facts

Population

60,668

Female

30,908

Male

29,760

  • White
    15,510
    25.3%
  • Hispanic
    2,697
    4.4%
  • Asian alone
    42,225
    68.8%
  • Black
    277
    0.5%
Median Home Price

$ 1.21M

Average Income

$147,929

Median resident age

40.7 years

Cupertino Schools

SchoolGradesSchool LevelState Ranking/# of SchoolsStudent/Teacher Ratio
Abraham Lincoln ElementaryK-5Elementary2017: 81/569225.5
Bethel Lutheran SchoolPK-5Private–: –/–11.1
C. B. Eaton ElementaryK-5Elementary2017: 158/569223.1
Cupertino High9-12High2017: 34/202125.2
D. J. Sedgwick ElementaryK-5Elementary2017: 311/569224.7
Garden Gate ElementaryK-5Elementary2017: 113/569224.2
Homestead High9-12High2017: 97/202124.6
John F. Kennedy Middle6-8Middle2017: 12/250824.1
L. P. Collins ElementaryK-5Elementary2017: 46/569223.9
Monta Vista High9-12High2017: 15/202125.8
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