Discover why Las Virgenes is a "Destination School District"
  • Top API scores (top 2% in state)
  • Acceptances to top universities
  • Small class sizes
  • Lowest student to counselor ratio in region
  • STEAM(Science/Tech/Engineering/Arts/Math)
  • Waldorf-inspired, Singapore Math, K-8 school
  • High School International Baccalaureate
  • Elementary School Foreign Lang/Dual Immersion
  • Elementary School Arts and Technology focus
  • High School Media and Entertainment Academy 
  • Self-contained GATE classroom at AE Wright

Employment Opportunities

Las Virgenes Unified School District – Employment Opportunities
4111 N. Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, CA 91302
Telephone: 818-878-5260 Fax: 818-878-5292

Please visit here to view our current certificated and classified job vacancies. Interested applicants should register and apply directly through www.edjoin.org.

Compensation Schedules

The Las Virgenes Unified School District frequently has vacancies for the following types of positions:

Account Clerks, Secretaries, Typist Clerks, Instructional Assistants (general education and special education classrooms), Child Nutrition Services, Noon Duty Supervisors, Custodians

Substitute positions for Child Nutrition Services, Custodial, Instructional Assistant (both general education and special education), Noon Duty Supervisors, Clerical and Warehouse/Deliveryworker positions are frequently available on an “as-needed” basis.

If you need assistance in applying for any of these jobs as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please call 818-878-5260.

This school district/County Office does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, political affiliation, gender, mental or physical disability, sex orientation, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation, in its educational program(s) or employment. No person shall be denied employment solely because of any impairment which is unrelated to the ability to engage in activities involved in the position(s) or program for which application has been made. If there are questions or concerns about the non-discrimination policy, please contact the LVUSD Assistant Superintendent – Personnel at 818-878-5260.

Qualified candidates may be given a written examination and an oral interview. Fingerprint clearance and a loyalty oath are state requirements. All employees must provide proof of freedom from tuberculosis by submitting a negative Mantoux 5TU PPD skin test every four years.

Only 11 miles from Malibu, the Las Virgenes Unified School District is made up of 80 square miles from the western edge of the San Fernando Valley to the Ventura County Line. It includes 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, 2 comprehensive high schools, 1 alternative high school and 1 special education preschool. Twelve of these have been honored as California Distinguished Schools, and four have been recognized as National Blue Ribbon Schools. The student population is 12,000, and is representative of the ethnic and cultural diversity of California. The relaxed atmosphere of the community and its surrounding area make Las Virgenes a great place in which to work or live.



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    ComedySportz Games

    February 27, 2015  
    6 p.m. 

    A-PAEC MainStage Theater
    on the campus of Agoura High School

    Purchase tickets here.

    AEWright MockRock

    3rd Annual

    February 27, 2015  
    7 p.m. 

    C-PAEC MainStage Theater
    on the campus of Calabasas High School

    Purchase tickets here.


    March 13 & 14
    7:30 p.m.
    Matinee - March 14
    2 p.m.  

    A-PAEC MainStage Theater
    on the campus of Agoura High School

    Purchase tickets here.

Community Offerings

  • These following community events and programs are not affiliated with LVUSD, or any of its school sites. This information is provided as a resource to our families and our community without endorsement by LVUSD. Pursuant to board policy, only governmental and 501c(3) programs are listed here.

     Click on the arrows to scroll upcoming events. Click on event titles to download flyers for more details.
  • Bring the whole family to the Adobe for a

    Breakfast with the Bunny

    Sat. Mar. 28 10:00 - 11:30am
    Reyes Adobe Historical Site

    Spring time crafts, egg hunt, light breakfast and photos with the bunny
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo Valley
    Summer 2015 Travel Camp

    STEM activities, sports, arts, crafts, games, picnics, field trips and more.

    Campers entering grades 4 - 9

    3 Field Trips Weekly
    Located at Lindero Canyon Middle School
  • Boys & Girls Clubs
    of Greater Conejo Valley

    Soccer - Spring League

    Ages: 3 - 8
    Games Played: 4/12 - 6/7
    Evaluation Day: 3/29

    Fee: $100 (includes uniform, award, individual and team photos)
  • Join in the fun during
    Spring break at the

    Camp Calabasas Spring Camp

    There will be arts, crafts, cooking, science, organized sports, activities and more

    Where: Lupin Hill
    Camp Calabasas Trailer
    When: April 3rd and April 6th - 10th from 7:00am - 6:30pm
    Just $30 per day
  • Get ready for a fun summer at
    Camp Calabasas Summer Camp
    At De Anza Park

    Various fun-filled weekly themes planned for
    Ages: 4 - 6, 5 - 7 and 8 - 10
    6/15/15 - 8/14/15

    Weekly Trips Every Wednesday
    Daily arts, crafts, sports, weekly science and cooking, plus more
    See the Camp Calabasas Website for info on their Teen Camps
  • Come Learn About Water Polo
    from the
    Agoura Water Polo Foundation

    Splash Ball & Intro to Water Polo

    Splash Ball
    (kid friendly intro to water polo)
    Ages 6-9 / $150 / Mar 1 - May 14

    Intro to Water Polo
    (for novice players)
    Ages 10-14 / $200 / Mar 1-May 14
  • Calabasas Cheer Tryouts 2015

    Info Mtg: March 3 @ 6pm
    CHS Lecture Hall

    Cheer Workshops Start March 10

    Tryouts April 25

    Click on the link above to see all of the important dates and times about becoming a member of
    Calabasas Cheer for 2015-2016.
  • The High School @ Moorpark College

    Rising Phoenix Talent Show

    Friday, March 13 @ 6pm

    The Forum Building AA,
    Moorpark College

    Cost: $7.00 /
    $5.00 for children 5 and under

  • Come Celebrate the

    Dr. Seuss Birthday Bash!

    Monday, March 2 @ 6:30pm

    Agoura Hills Library

    Enjoy a fun-filled evening with stories, Make a Cat-in-the-Hat hat and other Seussy crafts and refreshments
  • Enjoy a great evening of food and performances at the

    Munch Madness International Street Fair
    Sat. March 21st 4pm - 9pm
    Agoura High School
    Tickets: $5 online, $7 at the gate
    Kids 4 & under free

    Performances by American Idol Contestants, street performers
    PLUS gourmet food trucks, fireworks, dancing, body art & more

  • Jazz Theatricals Presents

    AC Stelle Middle School in
    Best of Broadway

    Students will learn theater, dance, music, performance technique, improv skills, plus more.

    Cost: $250.
    Starts March 5.
    Classes: Thursdays 2:45 - 5:00pm at the AC Stelle MPR
    Performances 5/29 and 5/30
  • Boys & Girls Clubs
    of Greater Conejo Valley

    Spring 2015 Basketball League

    Ages: 3 - 10
    Games Played: 4/12 - 6/7
    Evalutation Day: 3/29

    Fee: $100 (includes uniform, award, individual and team photos)
  • City of Calasbasas

    March thru May 2015

    Sign ups begin now.
    Ages: 4 - 8

    Includes full uniform, team and individual pictures & trophy.  League Fee: $140
  • Get Ready for Some Fun with the
    Showboat Youtheatre Production of
    Bye Bye Birdie

    Come and join the production.  Classes are held Mondays from 3:30 - 5:30pm
    in the AE Wright Drama Room

    Dates: Feb. 2 - May 18
    Ages 9 - 15

    Class fee: $249

  • I9 Sports is offering a

    SPRING 2015

    Season starts March 29th
    Ages 4 - 11

    Boys and Girls will play an 8-week
    season with a focus on
    sportsmanship and safe play.

  • Agoura Hills Recreation Center


    Events Start in January

    Grades: 4 - 8 / Ages: 10 - 14
    Fun activities for middle school aged children at The Garage (all new Teen Center) at the Agoura Hills Recreation Center. 

  • Agoura Hills Recreation Center

    The Garage High School Activities

    Events Start in January
    Grades: 9 - 12
    Fun activities for High School Students at The Garage (all new Teen Center) at the Agoura Hills Recreation Center.
  • CHS Dance Team

    Friday, April 24, 2015 3pm-6pm
    Grades 6th-8th Only

    This is a MASTER CLASS taught by the CHS Dance Team including a Q & A session with team members and an opportunity to perform in the CHS Spring Dance Concert.

  • City of Calabasas Tennis & Swim Center

    Classes start Feb. 2nd.
    Ages: 3.5 and up
    Build self confidence and self esteem with a great workout with the Karate and Kickboxing classes.
    Learn Soccer from a former semi-pro player.
    Fees and start dates vary.
  • West Valley Girls Softball
    Spring 2015 Softball

    Sign ups in January 2015
    Ages 5 - 17

    Fastpitch, coach pitch and t-ball softball league
    in West San Fernando Valley
    All games and practices at one location.

  • For Sumac Girls, K-1

    Are you ready for your girl to:
    Challenge herself to try new things?
    Build friendships that last forever?
    Make her community a better place?
    Build courage through new adventures?

    Join the Daisy train and start her journey.

  • Agoura Hills

    Is your son or daughter having trouble with their homework?

    Get a tutor!

    Our tutors meet with your child once or twice a week, free of charge.   
  • The YMCAs at Bay Laurel
    and Round Meadow Present

    Pancakes & Pajamas
    (Parent's Night Out)

    Fri. Mar. 13 - 6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Ages: 4 - 10
    Donation: $25 per child

    Crafts, pancake meal, pajama dance party, sports & games, and more
    YMCA location at Round Meadow
    YMCA location at Bay Laurel

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Las Virgenes Unified School District is to ensure that all programs are dedicated toward enhancing student achievement and that each school is a humanistic organization, valuing students emotionally and academically, providing the highest quality education possible in a personalized environment. We aspire to enable each student to realize maximum potential as a responsible citizen who will enhance the community and society.