CUSD Budget Issues and CLIP Program Improvement

Information on CUSD budget challenges and facility use changes can be found at the link below. It also includes information about CLIP support among teachers and parents for a K-5 CLIP dedicated site to improve the Mandarin Immersion program for CLIP students.

CUSD Budget Issues and CLIP Program Improvement

About CLIPCO

The Cupertino Language Immersion Program Community Organization, or CLIPCO, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit parent fundraising organization that supports the programs in CLIP that are not funded by normal school district funds. CLIP (Cupertino Language Immersion Program) is a K-8 Mandarin bilingual educational program that is one of four alternative programs offered through the Cupertino Union School District.

CLIPCO is run entirely by parent volunteers. We are always looking for new volunteers to join our team. No matter what your strengths are, you’ll be an important addition to our extraordinary team. Contact us today for more information about volunteering or providing a donation!


About CLIP

The Cupertino Language Immersion Program (CLIP) is one of four alternative education programs offered in the Cupertino Unified School District (CUSD). The program runs from Kindergarten to 8th grade. K-5th grade is housed at Meyerholz Elementary School. 6th-8th grade is housed at Miller Middle School. To register, you must go through the district lottery process.

For information about the CLIP program, please visit the Meyerholz website, or the Miller website


Get in Touch

For general inquiries, you may contact us at clipco@cusdclipco.org. For donation-related questions, please contact donate@cusdclipco.org.

CLIPCO Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 1344
Cupertino, CA 95015

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