Upcoming Events:  Asian American & Pacific Islander Cultural Festival

​AAPA will organize and host a half day, outdoor, multicultural event in the month of May (tentative for May 14, 1pm-4:30pm) during AAPI heritage month to celebrate diversity and promote understanding and knowledge of the different Asian communities in the County of Santa Clara.

AAPA will be collaborating on this event with other community partners including, BAYouth, AAPI Silicon Valley (student organization) who will partner to bring a youth-led and youth/student perspective. (BAYouth and AAPI SV student organization have previously been involved in participating in Stop Asian Hate rallies, donating to the homeless, and organizing the “I love my community” video-essay competition.)

Our event program will include artistic performances, storytellers, introduction by youth and senior leaders at the event about promoting cultural education and celebration of the unique contributions of various Asian community groups representing Santa Clara County’s diversity including groups from Korean, Chinese, Indonesia , Japan, Indian and other communities.


Please see the video here

The goal of the event is to unify the voices of the AAPI community and its allies, combating injustice, and creating a more accepting and inclusive County for all.

We will focus story telling and introduction from youth led and intergenerational partnering with the AAPA to highlight and inspire the event participants to embrace diversity, intersectionality, intergenerational unity while covering topics such as AAPI history in America to educate the public on the beauty of each culture and foster solidarity and cultural learning. The event will be a free event open to the public.

The project is cohost by two student organizations, BAYouth (BAYouth.org) and AAPI SV.  (https://aapisiliconvalley.wixsite.com/home)

This project has been funded by County of Santa Clara's Division of Equity and Social Justice Community Engagement Mini Grant and Civic Leadership Academy grant.

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Welcome to the Asian American Parent Association (AAPA) website. This organization is dedicated to providing a better learning environment for our elementary, middle and high school students so that they will be well equipped to becoming contributing successful citizens and future leaders. Our emphasis was initially directed towards the needs of the Asian community but the scope of our programs and our general goals step beyond ethnic boundries.


Our Mission
AAPA addresses concerns facing our children's K-12 education, provides opportunities for the exchange of ideas on issues related to education, and organizes activities that support student development. AAPA fosters member involvement in all aspects of the educational processes, especially but not exclusively, as it pertains to the needs of students of the Asian American community. AAPA encourages voluntarism in support of school's educational programs. AAPA promotes dialogue with school administration personnel and advances greater understanding between the general public and the Asian community.

Our Initiatives.

  1. Establish Dialogue with the two School Districts;

  2. Develop Parent Awareness Programs;

  3. Promote Student Training and Leadership Programs;

  4. Encourage Community Involvement.

AAPA is currently working closely with the "Cupertino Union School District" (CUSD) headquartered in the city of Cupertino and the "Fremont Union High School District" (FUHSD), headquartered in the city of Sunnyvale, California.

AAPA Receive PROCLAMATION from City of Cupertino.

The Asian American Parents Association has been serving the Cupertino and surrounding communities for over 25 years. We are proud to have witnessed our school districts here become some of the best school districts in the country. We are also proud of the large amount of parent involvement and engagement in our communities.

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