Dr. Eric Bergmann,
Danielle Oliveri, Assistant Principal of
Christina Harrison, Assistant Principal of Attendance & Student
Dawn Thomas, Assistant Principal of Student Support
Jeniffer Modolo, Assistant Principal of
Brian Banducci, Assistant Principal of


Link Crew offers free tutoring for 9th Graders on Tuesdays in room E-7 and Thursdays in room D-10. There will be junior and senior students available to tutor or help with homework in all subjects. Bring your work and your lunch and get help early. Don't wait until the end of the semester to get help!

See Mrs. Cooper in E-7 if you have any questions!

There is also After School Tutoring in room F-1 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3pm to 5pm.  Math, English, Science and Spanish help will be offered. There are parent and peer tutors available to help students or just come to have a quiet place to do homework. After School Tutoring does NOT take place on CPT Days.


The Thousand Oaks City Council voted in 2007 to create a new program for the high schools called "School Resource Officer." Deputy Vulich is assigned to Thousand Oaks High School. Deputy Vulich reports to TOHS on a daily basis and works directly with Principal Dr. Eric Bergmann and the TOHS administrative team. Deputy Vulich may be reached at 495-7491 x2221.   

While the School Resource Officer may enhance the all-around safety on campus, he is a resource for the school in addressing specific issues with our students and parents. The School Resource Officer (SRO) will provide on-going education to both students and faculty about the perils of substance abuse. He is also a mentor, protector, and educator. The deputy will reach out to all students on campus and build a partnership with both students and faculty. Additionally, the SRO will identify at-risk students and assist them in getting back on the right track. Having a SRO assigned to Thousand Oaks High School provides the administration and staff a full-time deputy to assist in meeting the needs and goals of the school, as well as the needs and goals of individual students. 

Please follow this link for helpful parent resources and information from the Thousand Oaks Police Department

If you have any information regarding a crime, drugs, or weapons on campus...

Contact: Your School TeacherCounselor, Administrator, or Staff