Elementary Schools

  • Acacia Magnet School
    for Enriched Learning

    55 W. Norman Ave
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 495-5550
    Principal Dennis Carter

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 495-5550

    Acacia's Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) focuses on the strengths, talents, passions and interests of the individual student.

    Our SEM is based on best practices in gifted education and aims to challenge and enrich every child’s education by facilitating both academic and affective learning opportunities to build a foundation for critical thinking, achievement, innovation and success.

    Acacia's student-centered Homework Philosophy empowers students to read, pursue their interests and allows for choice and family time, while working towards their personal learning goals.

    • All teachers are trained in gifted education
    • 1:1 Chromebooks in grades 3-5 for technology enhanced collaboration and learning.
    • A homework philosophy that allows for choice and family time.
    • Focus on the individual student through a Total Talent Portfolio that stays with the student year to year.
    • Curriculum Compacting, small group learning and support time to facilitate student-driven exploration, research and projects.

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    1870 Oberlin
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 495-2810
    Principal Shane Craven

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 495-2810

    Aspen provides a 21st century learning experience for all students with an emphasis on collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking and the application of technology. It is our vision to value the whole child and empower all students to reach their full potential academically, socially, physically, and emotionally in order to positively impact themselves and the world around them.

    We offer 1:1 Chromebooks for all students to enhance technology integration and digital learning.

    We feature a campus-wide Growth Mindset Program which is designed to build resiliency, perseverance, self-confidence, and problem solving skills.

    Every student participates in PFA funded classes including physical education, art, dance, and technology. These classes strengthen and enrich the love of learning through diverse opportunities while developing a solid foundation for curiosity and growth.

    Our IDEA Studio is a visual arts focused space that provides students the opportunity to innovation, design, experiment, and create.

    We collaborate with Conejo Parks and Recreation to offer more than 16 after school classes, as well as chorus, strings and band programs.



    1120 Knollwood Drive
    Newbury Park, CA 91320
    (805) 498-6641
    Principal Allison Kennedy

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 498-6641
    *School tours are for adults only
    Check out our Kindergarten Tour Video - here!

    Our highly trained and innovative staff embrace collaboration and promote character development for our students.

    Banyan students and teachers utilize SMART boards, iPads, tablets, computers, and chromebooks.

    We provide academic support for our diverse student population during PAWS Time (Practice & Achieve with Support).

    Our students participate in PTA-funded PE, art, and music classes and benefit from innovative practices such as flexible seating and flexible learning environments.

    Banyan has a long history of excellence and is proud to be a neighborhood school which promotes creativity, diversity, and acceptance.

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    Conejo Academy
    of Leadership and Language Immersion


    280 N. Conejo School Road
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
    (805) 495-7058
    Principal Erica Ultreras

     Schedule a tour - call (805) 495-7058

    Welcome to the Conejo Academy of Leadership and Language! We are home to the Conejo Valley’s first Spanish-English Dual Language Immersion (DLI) Program. For the 2023-2024 school year, we are accepting enrollment for students entering transitional kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade.

    DLI is a research-proven instructional approach that prepares students to think, read and write in two languages, resulting in students becoming bilingual, biliterate and bicultural. Students beginning kindergarten in the 2022-2023 school year are eligible to be a part of the CVUSD’s first class of English-Spanish DLI learners. Attend an upcoming virtual, information session to learn more!  

    Conejo Academy's standards-based education promotes the academic, social and the physical development of all students through the collaborative interaction of teachers, families and students. We give our students the opportunities and tools to succeed.Our school strives to create the leaders of tomorrow by:

    • Incorporating Stephen Covey's 7 Habits for Happy Kids to enrich academics and leadership.
    • Facilitating and offering parenting classes.
    • Encouraging parent/family participation in a multitude of ways.
    • Embracing our unique and diverse shared campus with Open Classroom Leadership Magnet (OCLM).



    cypress building

    4200 Kimber Drive
    Newbury Park, CA 91320
    (805) 498-6683
    Principal Michele McDonald

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 498-6683
    Check out our Cypress Virtual Tour video here!

    Our Tiger Time - Intervention and Enrichment supports all students in their learning via small group targeted instruction time that allows us to best measure students’ achievement of academic benchmarks.

    Cypress students have access to state-of-the-art technology. Teachers and students utilize engaging opportunities to support learning in the classroom. Our site has 16 ActivInspire panels, 40 iPads, and 54 Chromebooks. The availability of technology is made possible with the assistance of Measure I and the Cypress PTA.

    We provide wonderful and enriching activities to support students in their learning. Students are provided with the opportunity to participate in PE, music education, art, computer education, library, and Mindfulness. During Mindfulness, students work with a Certified Mindfulness Coach who aids in teaching skills in order to best handle: stress management, emotional regulation, and the use of interpersonal skills. These enrichment activities are made possible via support from the Cypress PTA.

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    students with clipboard

    2626 Michael Drive
    Newbury Park, CA 91320
    (805) 498-3686
    Principal Jeff Rickert

    **This is a CVUSD School Choice School**
    To Apply to Enroll Your Student in EARThS a School Choice Application Must be Submitted

    Schedule a tour - email sonsgard@conejousd.org

    The Environmental Academy for Research Technology of EARTH Sciences (EARThS) is dedicated to helping students acquire the tools of inquiry and expression by delving deeply into subjects with a cross-curricular approach, using earth sciences and technology as a unifying theme for exploration.

    All of our students participate in a multi-grade CCSS and Education Environment Initiative aligned outdoor education program designed to increase student awareness of the world around them and cultivate understanding and care about environmental issues.

    A unique partnership with the National Park Service led to the development of our fourth/fifth grade SHRUBS (Students Helping Restore Unique BiomeS), second/third grade SPROUTS (Students Practicing Research Outdoors Using Technology and Science), and kindergarten/first grade SEEDS (Students Experiencing the Environment by Doing Science) programs.

    Service learning is a major component of EARTHS. Student service projects include restoration, signage, habitat awareness, and litter control.

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    Enroll via School Choice


    1135 Windsor Drive
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 495-2118
    Principal Vivian Vina

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 495-2118

    Glenwood takes pride in providing targeted academic instruction and developing enrichment activities to support students as they strive to attain their potential every day. This instruction takes place during Glenwood's "Target Time" which takes place 30 minutes per grade level with three additional teachers four days a week and through after school enrichment opportunities.

    Glenwood has an experienced credentialed Academic Literacy Teacher that supports all teachers on campus with the new Wonders ELA curriculum and students with intensive instruction for any potential learning loss. Glenwood is proud to have 3 specialists supporting students in the areas of Library, Music, Art and PE/Movement throughout the week. Glenwood has a state grant for a free afterschool program for families called STAR.

    Glenwood supports all families and students with the support of an Outreach position to help families with needs beyond translation. Information is sent home in both English and Spanish to families.

    In addition to the 1:1 Chromebook initiative offered through the district, the Glenwood classrooms all have interactive Promethean boards and document cameras. Classrooms in TK - 2nd grade also have desktop computers and ipads available to in the classroom to support student's technology literacy.

    Students are reminded of the Glenwood motto - "Take Pride in Your School, Your Work and Your Name" and always remember to "Keep Your Eyes on Excellence."

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    STARS Academy

    ladera students

    1211 Calle Almendro
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 492-3565
    Principal Tasia Dove

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 492-3565.

    We are a unique academy, providing discovery, creativity and exploration through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math education.)

    Our Creation Rotations give students the opportunity to explore visual and performing arts, technology & digital design disciplines through weekly sessions.

    We emphasize technology including a 1:1 Take-Home Chromebook Initiative for 4th and 5th grade students, developing presentation, collaboration and research skills along with global connectivity.

    Our Discovery Lab provides students with a dedicated, flexible learning space for science and makerspace explorations.

    We are a California Gold Ribbon Award 2016 recipient.

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    Lang Ranch

    lang ranch building

    2450 Whitechapel Place
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
    (805) 241-4417
    Principal Megan Triplett

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 241-4417

    Lang Ranch Wranglers receive a well-rounded education in a fun and supportive environment. Students have an extensive specialist schedule each year including art, music, dance, drama, MakerSpace and computers, as well as access to chorus, strings, and band.

    Lang Ranch has its own News Station, KLRN. A weekly news broadcast is created by students and viewed weekly in classrooms.

    Our Student Council is an active student body that has monthly activities including dress up days, lunch time events, bingo nights, and movie nights. Students also sell spirit wear, conduct monthly pep rallies and promote school spirit.

    We celebrate the heritage and cultures of our students through our "Wrangler Around the World" night where families create displays and food for their represented cultures. We believe our diversity is what makes us stronger.

    Our Lang Ranch parent community is second to none. They support our school in every way so that students have a dynamic elementary school experience. Come learn what life is like at the Ranch!



    Madrona elementary classroom

    612 Camino Manzanas
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 498-6102
    Principal: Gina Mandell

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 498-6102

    Watch our Madrona Virtual Tour Video - HERE!

    Madroña Elementary School is a caring community working together for the education and well being of our children. Madroña's mission focuses on a child’s academic, social-emotional, and physical growth. Our values are defined by the consistent collaboration between our school, families, and community. These relationships help us work in partnership to value the whole child and reach our educational goals in developing lifelong learners. Mustangs are offered a well-rounded and engaging education, including::

    • The Arts - visual arts and drama through grade level musicals. A dedicated art room focused on various art mediums.
    • Access to music programs for strings, band and chorus. Dedicated weekly chorus and music appreciation time with our music specialists.
    • Honoring our diversity and celebrating our cultural differences and unique backgrounds.
    • Student leadership opportunities through Student Council.
    • Physical activity and engagement through weekly dance classes and dedicated PE specialists.
    • Opportunities for GATE Program participation.
    • Character development through Anti-Bullying Program, weekly words of wisdom, and Mustang PRIDE. Madrona hosts and spotlights our Learning Essential Academic Program (LEAP) which is a moderate to severe special needs program. Our school prides itself on inclusivity and integration between our special needs and general education classes. This effort has allowed our children to understand varying abilities amongst peers and demonstrate compassion, respect, and kindness. .
    • Focus on each child's social-emotional development through the Sanford Harmony curriculum which fosters knowledge, skills, and attitudes learners need to develop healthy identities, create meaningful relationships, and engage productively.
    • Sitewide 1:1 Chromebook initiative for all learners, and iPads for T/K through 1st grade.
    • Dedication to tier 2 level of academic support in language arts and math. Madrona is the only school with 5 credentialed teachers serving in this capacity for push in and pull out academic support. This Multi-Tiered Support System (MTSS) is a time to support learners with academic acceleration needed due to the challenges of the pandemic.
    • A bilingual front office staff with an OPEN DOOR policy for all families.
    • Dynamic partnership with our PTA that supports our children and their development.
    • Dedicated time set aside on a weekly basis for grade level teaching teams to collaborate and work together to further enrich their instructional practices.
    • Becoming a part of not just a school, but providing a sense of belonging in our Madroña Mustang Family. Go Mustang Nation!

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    3501 Kimber Drive
    Newbury Park, CA 91320
    (805) 498-6748
    Principal Patty Lewis

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 498-6748

    Maple is a 2016 California Gold Ribbon school. This statewide distinction recognizes the strong and effective academic programs Maple provides for its students.

    We provide students with a variety of academic support and enrichment programs such as school-wide Learning Enrichment and Academic Development Classes (30 minutes per day), Reading Intervention, Weekly Educational Technology, classes with PE academic specialists, and after school band and chorus.

    We promote kindness each and every day via special assemblies and our buddy bench!

    Maple offers a fun community of togetherness with a multitude of engagement opportunities for our families to enjoy. Our after school special events include Family Science Night, Parent-Child Dance Night, Stargazing Night and more!


    Home School

    Shine logo and students

    2450 Whitechapel Place
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
    (805) 241-4417 ext. 322

    Shine accepts enrollment applications on a year-round basis. Contact us today to learn more!

    Shine Homeschool offers a "future ready" personalized learning model to students in TK through 12th grade. This personalized and flexible approach offers grade-appropriate curriculum in a home-based environment for students who need flexibility for outside interests and activities.

    Our program is overseen by credentialed teachers who meet with students individually to plan their academic goals. We design customized academic experiences and assignments for each individual student. The curriculum is designed to be personalized and flexible.

    Our families are invited to weekly SHINE events with activities such as STEM and problem solving experiences.



    Sycamore canyon building

    4601 Via Rio
    Newbury Park, CA 91320
    (805) 498-1573
    Principal Doug Hedin

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 498-1573

    Sycamore Canyon is a K-8 school serving both elementary and middle school students. We are a 2018 California Distinguished School. This program recognizes California elementary schools that have made exceptional gains in implementing academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education. Sycamore Canyon School is one of just three elementary schools in all of Ventura County, and one of 287 elementary schools statewide to receive this 2018 honor.

    Sycamore Canyon School offers a Multi-Tiered System of Support to meet the needs of all students in Kindergarten through eighth grade. This system of support focuses on both the academic success and socio-emotional well-being of its students.

    Additional highlights of the school include a host of unique enrichment opportunities for students to participate in such as Band, Strings, Choir, CRPD After School, Noetic Math and more.



    Walnut elementary collage of students

    581 Dena Drive
    Newbury Park, CA 91320
    (805) 498-3608
    Principal Aileen Wall

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 498-3608

    Walnut invests in the arts and technology for a well-rounded educational experience. Along with regular music, art, and drama instruction, all of our students participate in a grade-level musical each year that ties in with concepts they are studying in class.

    Students participate in focused, small group instruction each day during Target Time. Additional credentialed teachers work with our classroom teachers to ensure each student receives a "just right" fit - either extra support, additional practice, or academic enrichment.

    Our Create Club is a recess option that allows students imagination to run free as they experiment with a variety of materials (mostly recycled items) to make their own creations.

    Our Coding Club is an after-school club that allows students to learn the basics of coding and use programming language with Ozobot robots.

    Walnut is a California Honor Roll School.

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    Weathersfield students

    3151 Darlington Drive
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 492-3563
    Principal Paola Vargas

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 492-3563

    Weathersfield Elementary is the recipient of the 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools Award. We are deeply honored to receive this award as one of only 367 schools in the country. Additionally, in 2014, Weathersfield earned the California Distinguished Schools Award. We are so proud!

    Weathersfield is a “GEM” of a school that has been the best kept secret for far too long! When you walk onto the Weathersfield campus, you feel a sense of “happiness”. We provide a warm and welcoming school environment, and a school community that cares deeply for our children and their academic and social emotional growth.

    Weathersfield teachers dedicate themselves toward ensuring that their students are provided with high quality instruction that creates a rich learning experience for all.

    In addition to our highly talented teachers, Weathersfield possesses a tremendously dedicated and committed support staff. We feature a highly acclaimed music program where students learn song, instruments, musical genres and history, dance, and how to read music. Weathersfield students move on to middle school with a solid foundation in music education. Additionally, we have a robust student council where students are provided with school leadership opportunities, and a community outreach program that offers our children experiences to make a difference for others.

    The Weathersfield families are second to none. Our extremely supportive PTA and volunteers put in countless hours to assist our teachers and staff in providing our children a well-rounded educational experience.

    We truly are the quintessential neighborhood school. Our children grow up together at Weathersfield. They learn the importance of respect, responsibility, caring, kindness, and honesty. They work together to achieve the best that they can be. Our Eagles are amazing!

    The secret is out “Our beautiful school is a DIAMOND!”



    Westlake Elementary students

    1571 E. Potrero Road
    Westlake Village, CA 91361
    (805) 374-2150
    Principal Terri Culpepper

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 374-2150

    Westlake Elementary is a welcoming, vibrant and collaborative community that focuses on a well-rounded education. We offer students a fun and challenging curriculum in a nurturing and supportive environment.Throughout the year, students receive an extensive specialist schedule and have a variety of opportunities available to them including:

    Enrichment – Our MAGIC (Meeting Academic Goals In Curriculum) Time provides intervention and enrichment for all students in English Language Arts. Every student receives small group instruction at their level with curricular focuses in phonics skills, fluency, comprehension, text analysis, and research and inquiry. Additional enrichment options include school newspaper, stocks, videography, entrepreneurial skills, and science.

    Leadership – We provide students with multiple student leadership opportunities, including Student Council, our WOW (Welcoming Our Wizards) team, student Tech Team, and more.

    Arts – Our students receive music (all grades) and ballroom dance (grade 1 and 4) through their specialist schedule, Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Band and Strings program during the school day and our Chorus program after school.

    Technology – Our Makerspace Room is a space for students to grow in creativity, collaboration, and problem solving through STEAM technologies including robotics, crafting, coding, video and movie making technology, 3D printing, and engineering. iPads and Chromebooks are available to all students with one-to-one implementation in 2nd through 5th grade.

    Our dedicated parent community sets us apart, as they support our school in every way, so that students have an amazing school experience.

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    Westlake Hills

    3333 S. Medicine Bow Court
    Westlake Village, CA 91362
    (805) 497-9339
    Principal Michael Niemczyk

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 497-9339

    Westlake Hills Elementary School is a National Blue Ribbon School, a California Distinguished School, as well as a two-time Governor's Performance Award recipient and a California Business Council Honor School.  A walk through our lovely campus reveals students learning in a well-appointed, comfortable, and engaging atmosphere.

    At Westlake Hills technology is used on a daily basis in all classrooms. iPads and WinnBook laptops are available to all students, as well as our two dedicated computer labs.

    We have a dedicated art studio, which supports students in all grade levels. We host an annual art show that includes unique projects aligned to each grade level as well as cross grade level, study buddy, artwork.

    We have a strong Performing Arts program that includes class plays and performances, oratoricals, and a musical.

    The Westlake Hills "Wildcats" are well-rounded students who benefit from having a strong academics-focused educational program balanced with a developmental approach that encourages children to be active, creative and to play.



    Wildwood students

    620 W. Velarde Drive
    Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
    (805) 492-3531
    Principal Kevin Lynch

    Schedule a tour - call (805) 492-3531

    Wildwood is a California Distinguished School and positive learning community with a strong PTA partnership. Our accomplished faculty has a united focus in providing challenging and meaningful standards-based experiences for our students. The school’s philosophy of “high expectations yields high results” is evident in every classroom where the curriculum provides thematic, meaning-centered, integrated, hands-on experiences for all children.

    Our students and staff are committed to following the ROAR Guidelines – Tigers succeed when we:

    R espect ourselves and others
    O ffer kindness and encouragement
    A lways do our best
    R eady to learn

    Students have many opportunities to be active members on campus through our student council program, study buddies, band, strings, choir and in the annual performance and talent show.