We wish our Class of 2019 all the best as they venture off to over 230 colleges in five countries, 42 states, and the Army, Navy, and Air Force academies! Click here to see where LVUSD students will be attending college next year.
LVUSD is proud to announce our #LVReads 2019 Summer Reading Program for all students in Grades P-12. The program’s main goal is to create confident and capable readers who find JOY in reading. A very SPECIAL thank you to Tina Johnson and Lauren Walsh for all of their hard work and dedication in creating this wonderful initiative. Click here to read more!
Our Calabasas High School Robotics team placed 2nd in Southern California Municipal Water District Solar Cup earlier this month. Students constructed their solar powered boat and raced it to 2nd place in the Sprint Event!
Las Virgenes Unified School District teacher Jennifer Mettler has been named the 2019 SHAPE National Teacher of the Year! Click here to read more.
The Las Virgenes Unified School District launched an Early College Academy program in partnership with Moorpark College. Our current pilot cohort is in Grade 9. The program provides students with over 30 UC/CSU transferable credits via Dual Enrollment in Grades 9-12. Beyond this, the program develops the writing, inquiry, collaboration, organization, and reading skills necessary for a student to be successful in college coursework. Click here to read more!
LVUSD & The Beacon for the Arts Fund proudly present DREAM BIG AND HOLD ON: Wilson Phillips in Concert with the talented students of LVUSD to benefit the LVUSD Performing Arts. This amazing concert will feature the iconic American vocal group, Wilson Phillips live in concert performing some of their biggest, chart topping hits like “Hold On”, “Release Me”, and “You’re In Love”. Click here to read more about this exciting event!
Congratulations to LMCS on their re-designation as a Schools to Watch-Taking Center Stage school. Lindero Canyon will join 33 other previously chosen schools whose commitment to continued progress and achievement allows them to retain their Schools to Watch designation, announced State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond. Lindero Canyon Middle School will be recognized at the Schools to Watch - Taking Center Stage state awards presentation in Sacramento on March 14, 2019. Click here to read more!
Congratulations to the Calabasas High School Robotics Team! Last weekend, the students competed in the 2019 Vex State Championship, and earned the "CREATE AWARD" for innovation exemplifying the program. They ended the tournanment 4-3 with an overall ranking of 10th in the state and were quarter finalists. Click here to read more about this wonderful accomplishment!
We have several job openings in LVUSD! Click here to find meaningful work that support our students. Full time or part time, for educators and support staff - excellent healthcare and retirement benefits offered.
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.