Parcel Tax Exemption Information

Measure G Parcel Tax did not officially pass.

We want to thank the community for their support.

Measure G

On February 13, 2018 the Board of Trustees voted to place a local high school Parcel Tax "Measure G" of $49 per parcel on the June 2018 ballot. If "Measure G" is passed by the voters on June 5th then the District will begin accepting applications for exemptions from the Parcel Tax.

For information regarding the annual Secured Property Tax bills, please check with the County of Santa Clara Tax Office website at:

Frequently Asked Questions

Who qualifies for an exemption?

1) Are you over 65, own and live in your home?

2) Are you permanently disabled and receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI/SSDI)?

If you answered yes to either of the above questions, then you may be eligible for a Parcel Tax Exemption on your Property Tax Bill if "Measure G" passes.

Application Forms can be found by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page or on the Parcel Tax icon on the District website at:

Once my exemption is started, how do I stay on the exempt list?

If "Measure G" passes on June 5th and once your application has been processed, you will receive a letter from the School District in May each year requesting confirmation that you still live at the address. Sign and return this letter to remain on the exempt list.

Need more information?

Contact our Parcel Tax Representative at 408-347-5226 or 408-347-5051 or e-mail:

Parcel Tax Exemption Application

If "Measure G" Parcel Tax passes on June 5th, please submit your Exemption Application beginning June 6, 2018.

Click the link below to download and complete your application.

NOTE: Applications will not be processed without documentation of proof of age or income if applicable and a copy of your 2017-18 Property Tax Bill.

Please send a completed application, copies of 2017-18 Property Tax Bill, proof of age and if applicable income verification to: