A major center for technology innovation in silicon valley, best known around the world as the home of the high-tech giant Apple Inc.
What makes Cupertino so unique?
Cupertino is a safe, family-friendly city, surrounded by some of the world's most influential tech companies and residents who are at forefront for innovation. The city is known for its strong public school system and highly educated population. Cupertino High School is consistently ranked as one of the best public high schools in the country. Cupertino is also home to some of the best STEM-focused, private schools, creating some of the most talented young engineers and entrepreneurs in the world. Home to Rancho San Antonio County Park, with its miles upon hiking trails as well breathtaking views from Silicon Valley.
The community & appeal
Cupertino is a city that has been steadily growing for the past 50 years, with a population of approximately 60,000 residents. Located on the southern edge of the Santa Clara Valley with borders of San Jose, Saratoga, and Los Altos. Cupertino ranks as one of the most "tech-oriented" city in the United States. Nearly 60% of Cupertino's workforce is employed in the tech industry. Not only are Cupertino residents tech-savvy, they are also highly educated. Over 70% of adults in the city have a bachelor's degree or higher. The city is served by the Cupertino Union School District and the Fremont Union High School District. Cupertino is home to De Anza College, a community college with over 22,000 students. A great place for foodies, with some of the best Asian restaurants in the Bay Area, as well as a growing number of farm-to-table eateries. There's also a thriving nightlife scene, with plenty of bars and clubs to enjoy.
Over 30 parks to explore with incredible natural beauty and Stevens Creek Trail which runs through the city, Cupertino is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Also, A great place to shop. The city's main shopping district, Stevens Creek Boulevard, is home to a variety of stores, from high-end boutiques to major department stores.
Some interesting facts
The city's name is derived from Spanish "Cupertino", meaning "little orchard". Cupertino has a strong Asian influence, due to its large Asian-American population. Home to the world's largest Buddhist temple, the Fo Guang Shan Hsi Lai Temple. The city is also home to the Monta Vista High School Marching Band, one of the best high school marching bands in the nation. Despite its high-tech reputation, Cupertino remains a warm and welcoming community. With its combination of innovation, tech savvy residents, and high education levels, Cupertino is truly a unique place to live.
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