We may be home in isolation, but the show must go on, and this year we will be producing a VIRTUAL Senior Talent Show by accepting video submissions. We would still love to celebrate the amazing and talented seniors we have at this school, so please submit your interest below.

If you are interested in submitting a video, here are some guidelines for your act:

1. NO videos of two or more people - EVERYTHING must be recorded & submitted individually
2. If you would like to have a group performance, you can submit separate videos and we will string them together
3. Tentative air date - Thursday, April 23rd (more info to come)
4. Performance cannot exceed 3 minutes 30 seconds (you will be asked to cut it down)
5. You can only participate in one act. 
6. All performances must be school appropriate.

*Please complete this form by Sunday, April 5th. 



Los Gatos High school offers many different dances including Coronation, Sadie Hawkins, and the kickoff dance. Juniors can attend junior prom, and seniors can attend senior prom.


Twice a school year, LGHS hosts a spirit week and a rally for the entire school. Each Spirit Week has a theme, and past themes include Seasons, Continents, and Genres. The weekend before spirit week, each class decorates their hallway with items relating to the theme. Dress-up days and lunch time games take place Monday-Thursday, while the Spirit Rally takes place on Friday. For the Rally, each class dresses up in a different color. 

Spirit Week/Rally
Kindness Week - December

Kindness Week takes place in early December and simply said, works to promote kindness and around campus. Food is passed out and events take place throughout the week. 

Talent Shows

There are three talent shows per year. Unplugged is the first Talent Show of the year LGHS. Thursday Night Live is the most popular talent show at LGHS.Any talent is welcome. The Senior Talent Show is the last chance for Seniors to share their talent with the rest of the school. 

8th Grade Orientation-August 

Link Crew, made up of juniors and seniors, guides students through the 8th grade orientation the week before school starts in August.

Caught in Kindness Lunch - Each Month

Caught in Kindness lunches work to celebrate the random acts of kindness witnessed at LGHS. Students are nominated by their teachers and peers enjoy a catered lunch and receive free merchandise. 

Blood Drive - November and May

LGHS has two blood drives each year, one in the fall and one in the spring. The drive takes place in the small gym all day and students 16 years old or older can donate. 

Lip Dub - March

Students sing to a song while celebrating their wildcat pride during the lip dub. Watch the videos to the right to see the lip dub! 

Wildcat Week - May

Wildcat Week takes place in May and celebrates students the end of the year. Activities take place every day, with an all school BBQ on Friday.