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Dear Terrific Tino Students and Parents:

Below you will find the check-in process for returning books, uniforms, and school owned supplies for 2019-2020. It is very important that these items checked back in on June 9 and 10, 2020 so we are able to order any needed books or supplies in time for the 2020-2021 school year.

All items need to be turned in at the times assigned or the student and family will be billed for these materials. 

Please review the plan below and note the items you need to return as well as the day and time you are assigned to return them. Please plan to be here at CHS on the assigned day and time to turn in your materials.

Read More about Grades 9-11 Returning School Supplies: June 9th and 10th, 2020


Meet our Students

Portrait of Emmanuel Muriuki
Emmanuel Muriuki, Class of 2019

Emmanuel will be attending the University of Pennsylvania, majoring in Psychology and Chemistry

“Being involved in the many aspects and cultures at ‘Tino was what made my high school years so special. Coming into high school, I knew I had big dreams that I wanted to accomplish by the end of my senior year, but I knew it was going to be hard to accomplish them all. However, I listed to the Class of 2017 and tried to be really embedded in Cupertino. And it worked! I found my place in ‘Tino and pursued the activities that I really enjoyed. If I were to give any advice to the incoming freshmen class, I would say to be involved in your high school and try to find the things that really complete you. Once you find them, high school will be an experience you can cherish forever."

Portrait of Sahana Krishnamurthy
Sahana Krishnamurthy, Class of 2019

Sahana will be attending the University of Chicago, majoring in Applied Math/Economics and minoring in Spanish.

“Having such friendly and motivated teachers who I really connected with made my time at CHS so incredibly special. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone and ask questions. There may be times when the entire class is silent and you think you’re the only one who doesn’t understand what’s going on, but trust me, you aren’t alone. Playing Varsity Basketball was by far the most memorable part of my high school years. No matter how my day at school went, I’d always look forward to the time we’d spend together. Being part of such a motivated, successful group of girls was such a unique experience and I wouldn’t trade it for anything else.”

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