We recognize that enrolling at Conejo Valley High School may not have been part of your plan. However, we believe that we can help you with your educational needs if you are willing to help yourself.
Conejo Valley High School is recognized by the state of California as a Model Continuation High School. The high school serves a diverse student population who are primarily 16-18 years old. Students originally come to CVHS because they are behind in credits and are not on track to graduate Students at Conejo Valley High School are quickly integrated into a caring and supportive community that makes them feel valued, builds their confidence and helps them to find renewed hope in their future. Students attending CVHS earn a high school diploma and must meet the same graduation requirements of students at the district’s traditional high schools. Programs offered include Career and Technical Education, Support Groups, Work Experience and courses offered on campus through Moorpark College earning dual credit. We offer several extra-curricular activities including an Interact Club, Chess Club, Yearbook, Leadership and intramural sports.
By design, students in our alternative program can earn credits more quickly than is possible at a traditional high school. We offer both whole group and individualized instruction and will tailor a program that meets each student’s educational needs.
Your teachers, counselor, and administrators are here to help you succeed and return to your home school or graduate from Conejo Valley High School. Ask any of us for help whenever you are in need of support.
Remember, a continuation high school is an alternative way of learning, not an alternative to learning. We welcome you to the Conejo Valley high School family and are excited to be part of your journey!