The Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) believes that ALL students deserve an exceptional educational experience filled with opportunity and choices. At CVUSD, we have the right fit for every family and we believe each child has unique gifts to discover. Our schools are positive, safe and inviting learning environments. We believe in a partnership between the community, parents, students and faculty. Doing things, "The Conejo Way," ensures ideal outcomes for our students as we use teamwork, relationship building, trust and accountability to together lead the way into a bright future. We will nurture your child’s passions "The Conejo Way."
In the words of Superintendent Dr. Mark McLaughlin:
"The Conejo Way," includes the goal of ensuring that each CVUSD employee is treated with fairness, respect and dignity, which, I believe, ultimately translates to better experiences and ideal outcomes for our students. I am a strong believer in teamwork, relationship-building, trust, and accountability. Together, we will build on our District’s success while leading the way into a bright future. High-performing districts, such as ours, require a great deal of collaboration from across the board. To put collaboration into action "The Conejo Way," we will continue to engage our students, support the diversity of our learners, involve our parents, and gain the trust of our community. We will support and motivate our teachers and retain administrators and employees who have exceptional character and a passion for participating in the success of our students."
CVUSD also offers preschool, early child care, transitional kindergarten, and other academic alternatives such as adult education opportunities.
CVUSD is committed to all students reaching their full potential in a supportive and academically challenging environment which includes Honors, Advanced Placement (AP) classes, an International Baccalaureate Program (IB), School-to-Career opportunities and additional support programs for English Language Learners, at-risk students, homeless, foster and students with alternative learning styles.