CVUSD’s high schools offer a variety of unique and comprehensive Career Pathway Programs. From Visual Media Arts, Health Sciences, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, Culinary Arts and Environmental Studies – whatever your students' interest, we have a Career Pathway Program to match their passion. Our Career Pathway Programs develop core skills that help students reach their long-term goals.
1402 East Janss Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Principal Martin Manzer
CVHS's Credit Recovery program uses a variety of educational delivery methods, including teacher directed instruction, online curriculum and individualized learning to set students on a path towards graduation.
Our Career and Technical Education program provides students with the opportunity to discover a pathway for the future. CVHS offers five Regional Occupational Program (ROP) classes on our campus including Medical Terminology, 21st Century Marketing, Digital Media, Graphic Production and Entrepreneurship.
We are recognized by the state of California as a Model Continuation High School.
*Please Note: Students must be referred to CVHS by their home school in order to enroll.
456 Reino Road
Newbury Park, CA 91320
Principal Stephen Lepire
Panther Preview Night - A Virtual Event
View Recordings of Panther Preview Night Presentations and more - HERE
Newbury Park High School is home to the oldest and largest International Baccalaureate (IB) program in the region. Our Diploma Program (DP) is a rigorous pre-university course of study for highly motivated secondary school students. This broad and balanced curriculum requires 11th and 12th grade IB diploma candidates to study multiple languages, social science, experimental science, mathematics, and an elective.
As an alternative to the full diploma program, students may choose to test in one or more IB subjects for individual course recognition.
The Majors Program is overseen by a full time Career Education teacher and offers students the opportunities and resources to explore their unique areas of interest, and to develop their career-related strengths and goals. Our Career Technical Education (CTE) Career Pathways includes Robotics, Biotechnology, Stagecraft, Video Production and Broadcasting.
NPHS’s comprehensive extra-curricular program includes over 70 interest groups and clubs, 24 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) competitive sports, featuring league and CIF championship teams, numerous student athletes who play at the collegiate and professional level, and full-time programs in band, dance, instrumental music, theater and cheer.
2323 N. Moorpark Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Principal Dr. Eric Bergmann
Future Lancer Night - A Virtual Event
View Recording of the Future Lancer Night Presentations HERE
TOHS Virtual Tours are offered via Zoom on Tuesdays - click here to learn more & RSVP
Our Center for Advanced Studies and Research provides gifted and high-achieving students with the opportunity to engage in disciplined and scholarly research through college-level courses such as AP Seminar, AP Research-Humanities/Social Sciences, AP Research-STEM, AP English Literature and Senior Culminating Experience. The Center equips students with the knowledge, skills and abilities needed for post-secondary success and to stand out to top universities in the college admissions process. Students are eligible to apply to The Center in January of their freshman year.
Thousand Oaks High School EThOS Entrepreneurship Academy is a “school within a school” and it’s one of just three entrepreneurship academies in California. Our academy is designed for students who seek the tools to nurture their creativity and become self-starters. Through the Academy, students create, promote and build a business model around a product they conceptualize. Applications are available to freshman students.
TOHS’s Advancement Via Individualized Determination (AVID) program's mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. Students apply to be part of the AVID program at the end of their 8th grade year and are selected by a team of high school teachers, administrator and counselor. During each year, students in the program will be enrolled in an AVID elective where research-based strategies and curriculum for academic success are taught through integration within this and other AVID courses. Students enrolled in the elective also receive additional academic support in the form of tutorials that are embedded in this class two days per week. AVID program students will attend at least eight college visits over their four year career, in an effort to expose all students to higher education opportunities.
We are in the third year of our 1:1 Chromebook Initiative. All freshmen and sophomores have the opportunity to check out a Chromebook. The school’s focus will include specific professional development, technical support for both students and faculty, and an integration plan that transforms current lessons to fully integrate technology and digital learning.
100 N. Lakeview Canyon Road
Westlake Village, CA 91362
Principal Jason Branham
Future Warrior Night - A Virtual Event
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Our Academic Support Centers offer peer-to-peer based academic support service for students in the areas of English, Math, Science, World Language, and Social Science. These centers are open at lunch for students to drop in and receive help and support.
Our WHS Academy is a California Partnership Academy and is based on the school-within-a-school model to help connect more of our students (grades 10-12) to curriculum that focuses on the career theme of IT and Multimedia. All Academy courses are taught at a College Prep (CP) level. Freshman and sophomore students can apply to the Academy during the second semester of each school year for acceptance the following year.
The WHS Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathway Program gives students the opportunity to acquire the depth of knowledge and skills linked to specific post-secondary programs that will lead to a certification or a degree. Each pathway consists of 2 or 3 sequential courses that support a specific career field. Pathway students also participate in Essential Career Connections such field trips, networking, job shadowing, competitions, special projects, resume building, interview practice, mentors, and internships.
Westlake High School provides students with unique class offerings such as the Advanced Anatomy program which was created in partnership with Loma Linda University to provide students with the opportunity to partake in a cadaver dissection.