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Principal Message 2020

Agoura High School develops inquiring, knowledgeable and caring Chargers who are active citizens engaged in 21st century learning.  Our focus and energy centers around the "whole child" as we promote the learning of life skills and social-emotional wellness in addition to a strong academic background.  Our extensive CTE (Career Technical Education) pathway opportunities, partnered with a strong and rich culture of successful extra-curricular activities provide our students with the total high school experience.  At Agoura High, we celebrate motivated students with a caring staff who promote the "4 A's": Academics, Athletics, Activities and the Arts.  Cultivating this environment where students have choices to become involved with their school and community on various levels creates a recipe for students to thrive academically, socially and prepare them for a successful life after high school.

  

  • Academically Rigorous Curriculum

  • Various Advanced Placement courses offered

  • Strong Counseling Department with college counseling available

  • Excellent CTE Pathways: Athletic Training, Computer Science, Engineering,  Hospitality, Visual and Performing Arts

  • Tradition of successful athletic programs

  • Over 100 Student Clubs and organizations

  • State of the Art Performing Arts and Education Center

 

The IB Diploma program is an internationally recognized college preparatory curriculum, which prepares students to enter college with the skills they need to succeed in order to be life-long learners.  It’s a challenging two-year curriculum for students in 11th and 12th grade, which leads to a diploma that is recognized by the world’s leading universities. The Diploma Program prepares students for the university level and life through encouraging them to ask challenging questions, develop a strong sense of their own identity and culture, and develop the ability to communicate with and understand people from other countries and cultures. 

 

Principal:   Dr. Stephanie McClay

818-889-1262 

smcclay@lvusd.org