Non-School Hour Care
Each elementary school site in the Cupertino Union School District provides before and/or after school care with either the Catalyst, Champions, or the Northwest YMCA. These fee-based services are available from grades Kindergarten through 5. For additional information or to enroll your child, please contact the appropriate provider at your neighborhood school.
These providers DO NOT currently operate before and/or after school care at the middle schools. However, each middle school offers students a variety of after-school activities, such as sports, homework centers, and other clubs. These activities vary from school site to school site.
Elementary Site Child Care
|School Site||Provider||Phone No.|
|Blue Hills Elementary School||Champions||669-273-6432|
|Collins Elementary School||Catalyst||408-446-5428|
|DeVargas Elementary School||Champions||669-273-6432|
|Dilworth Elementary School||Champions||669-273-6432|
|Eaton Elementary School||Catalyst||408-257-3570|
|Eisenhower Elementary School||YMCA||408-249-5330|
|Faria Elementary School||Catalyst||408-973-0325|
|Garden Gate Elementary School||Catalyst||408-725-0269|
|Lincoln Elementary School||YMCA||408-996-9260|
|McAuliffe Elementary School||YMCA||408-725-0157|
|Meyerholz Elementary School||YMCA||408-252-7450|
|Montclaire Elementary School||
|Muir Elementary School||YMCA||408-253-7440|
|Murdock-Portal Elementary School||Champions||669-273-6432|
|Nimitz Elementary School||Catalyst||408-736-6176|
|Regnart Elementary School||Catalyst||408-446-4229|
|Sedgwick Elementary School||Catalyst||408-725-0909|
|Stevens Creek Elementary School||YMCA||408-736-5041|
|Stocklmeir Elementary School||
|West Valley Elementary School||YMCA||408-245-6775|
Looking for engaging programs for children/youth when they aren’t in school?
This Activity Guide offers comprehensive, year-round listings of after school and summer programs in Santa Clara County. It includes free programs, scholarships, and programs that target children with special needs and non-native English speakers.
This guide is sponsored by the County of Santa Clara and the Santa Clara County Office of Education to promote out-of-school time learning with a focus on improving access for children and youth from under-resourced families.The sponsors do not specifically endorse any of the programs. Parents should thoroughly research all programs before enrolling their children.
The guide is managed by InPlay, a non-profit whose mission is to help underserved children and youth to discover their unique interests and talents. We welcome your questions and suggestions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.