Contact Information

Brian Mercer
Director of High School Education & Assessment
805 497-9511 Ext. 4231

Shannon Snyder
Administrative Assistant
805 497-9511 Ext. 4230

Dr. Jayna Suter
Coordinator, Instructional Technology & Assessment
805 497-9511 Ext. 4240

Heather Neely
Senior Office Assistant II
805 497-9511 Ext. 4241


Donations, Fundraisers, & Student/Pupil Fees


Attention: Any student involved in extra-curricular/co-curricular activities or interested in being involved in these activities - You must maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA, while passing a minimum of four classes, to maintain your eligibility for athletics, activities, etc. Your participation is also based on your abiding by the rules set forth in the CVUSD Co-Curricular Code and Contract that you and your parent(s)/guardian are required to sign and turn in to the school.

Middle School and High School students: Stanford University offers challenging online courses through their EPGY (Education Program for Gifted Youth) program. They even offer a summer program at Stanford. To learn more about this program go to:

Welcome to High School Education and Assessment

The High School Education and Assessment Department is responsible for planning, organizing, monitoring and directing the development, implementation and assessment of curriculum for high schools; providing leadership for the instructional program; providing support to all high schools in the District adopted curriculum and instructional improvement efforts; planning, organizing and monitoring the development of new educational programs that meet mandated educational reforms for high schools.

The Director of High School Education and Assessment Department reports to the Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services. The District’s high school principals, and outdoor school coordinator report directly to the Director of High School Education and Assessment.

Summer Work Permit and Transcript Information


Please contact your school's counseling office to obtain a work permit during the school year.


Below is the summer schedule for work permits. 

TOHS Summer School office: June 17, 2019 - July 17, 2019

Drop off and pick up: 9am – 12 noon on Tuesdays & Thursdays during summer school

Thousand Oaks High School: 2323 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. 

District Office - High Schools and Assessment Office: July 22 - August 6, 2019

Please see the Office of High Schools and Assessment for processing. (Building D)

Starting August 7, 2019, Work permits will be processed at your high school for the 2019/2020 school year.

Please bring in the following items to obtain a work permit: 

1. Statement of Intent to Employ a Minor Form CDE B1-1 

2. A valid photo I.D.

Transcript Requests During Summer

During summer break all transcript requests can be dropped off at the District Office. They will be processed on Tuesdays and Thursdays and ready for pick up on Fridays.

District Office Hours are Monday thru Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm.

Your school will begin processing transcript requests on August 7, 2019.