Conejo Valley Unified School District is a choice destination for education, where we are exceptional, without exception for all of our students. Established July 1, 1974, CVUSD currently serves more than 18,900 students with 17 elementary schools, one K-8 school, four middle schools, three comprehensive high schools, one online-blended school (grades 6-12) and one continuation high school. CVUSD also offers preschool, early child care, transitional kindergarten, and other academic alternatives including Adult Education opportunities.


The CVUSD Community
The Conejo Valley Unified School District is ideally situated among Southern California's rolling hills just 35 miles northwest of Los Angeles. The District serves students in the Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park and Westlake Village areas. With a population of 132,000 people, Conejo Valley boasts an active theater and arts community as well as a vigorous parks program. The Conejo Valley is an active community with a wide range of youth and adult activities. Thousand Oaks is also proud of its consistent ranking as one of the nation's safest cities in U.S.A.Today.


Our Schools: Safety, Comfort and Quality
While teachers are the heart of education, physical surroundings provide support. Our schools are equipped with safe and comfortable classrooms. Over the past few years, CVUSD has modernized schools districtwide, renovating bathrooms, installing new roofs, repaving parking lots, updating playground equipment, and modernizing tracks, fields and bleachers at all high schools. Our District provides state-of-the-art performing arts centers at all three comprehensive high schools and new gymnasiums at all four middle schools.


Our Students: Every Child Matters
CVUSD would like all students to reach their full potential. To that end, we provide Honors, AP classes, an International Baccalaureate Program and School-to-Career opportunities. Additional support and intervention programs are available for English Language Learners, at-risk students, and students with alternative learning styles. The CVUSD truly believes that while we are proud of the overall achievement of all our students, we hold strong to our commitment that every child matters.


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