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

Updated: Fri, 26 Jun 2015 09:15:43 -0700

Latest News
CHS Sends First Female to West Point
Friday, June 26, 2015
STEPHANIE BERTHOLDO/Acorn Newspapers 6-25-15 Sarah Chamberlin, a Calabasas High School honors graduate, made history at the school this year as its first female graduated to be accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in New York.Chamberlin ...
Calabasas High School's Robotics Class Builds Solar Boat
Monday, June 22, 2015
During last school year, the CHS Robotics class participated in the nation's largest solar boat program, Solar Cup 2015.  Sponsored by the Metroplitan Water District of Southern California,  the Solar Cup is a seven-month program that begins in ...
Leading stories
AHS Alumni Steve Scifres Steps in as New Bay Laurel Principal, Effective July 1, 2015
A product of the Las Virgenes Unified School District, Mr. Scifres has assumed multiple positions within the District since 2006, including teacher, coach, program director and assistant principal.  He maintains an innovative student-centered philosophy and an innate ability to connect with and empower those around him.  These wond...
CBS News Highlights Round Meadow's Running Club and Student Tanner Goldstein's Accomplishments
Tanner Goldstein leads the laps and his classmates in their morning runs. Round Meadow Elementary School's Galloping Cults Running Club was designed to supplement PE and create healthy productive students. Meeting twice weekly on campus for early morning runs, this club has not only taught Round Meadow students about the importance of exercise, they've learned great lessons about respect, perserverence and possibilities.
 Proud 2014 CBEE Honor Roll Recipients
Willow Elementary, Yerba Buena Elementary and Calabasas High Schools have been selected by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) as 2014 Honor Roll recipients.  Schools receiving this distinction have demonstrated consistently high levels of student academic achievement.  For high schools, the Honor Roll recogni...
Board of Education Recognizes Local Businesses Participating in Transitional Partnership Program
The Las Virgenes Unified School District Board of Education recognized and thanked local employers for their ongoing participation in the Transitional Partnership Program (TPP) at the June 2 Board of Education meeting.  Community TPP partners include Albertsons, the Boys & Girls Club, Create Studio, Danny’s Automotive, King Gillet...

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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.

    For the 2015-2016 school year LVUSD will use PeachJar for flyer distribution.  Parents will be able to see flyers on school websites and will receive emails of the current flyers.  Community Partners will be able to work directly with PeachJar to upload their flyers.
  • Hit the Beach
    This Summer
    with the Agoura Hills

    Beach Bus

    Monday - Friday
    All summer long

    Just $2 each way

    Click the link above
    for schedule and info.
    Presented by The Acorn and City of Agoura Hills

    June 21 - Tribute to Led Zeppelin
    July 5 - Zoot Suit Review
    July 19 - Conejo Valley Community Concert & Jazz Bands
    August 2 - Creedence Clearwater Revival Tribute
    August 9 - Alley Cats Music Meets Comedy

    Concerts are free to public and are held at Chumash Park
    July 19th concert is held at the Agoura Hills PAEC

    More info: agourahillsrec.org
  • This Summer Hang Out @

    The Garage
    City of Agoura Hills Rec Center

    Stay Sharp With Summer Activities and Classes

    Summer Math, Animation Drawing,
    First Aid/CPR, Safe Sitter,
    Teen Planning Advisory Committee, Summer V.I.P Program

    Click on the link above
    for all the details.

  • Get Out and Get Busy This Summer

    Teen Summer 2015
    from the
    City of Agoura Hills Rec Center

    Summer Day Trips
    Friday Night Events
    Beach Bus

    Click on the link above
    for the events, dates and costs.

  • Join the 2015 Summer Reading Program
    at the Calabasas Library

    Read to the Rhythm!

    Click on the link above for all of the details.
  • Comedy Improv
    Summer Camp

    Taught by Diane DeLaurentis
    (Actress, Writer &
    Comedy Improv Coach)

    Where: Agoura Hills City Hall - Community Room
    Sessions: June 22 - June 26
    June 29 - July 3
    July 6 - July 10
    July 20 - July 24

    Click flyer link above for details.
  • Camp Agoura Hills
    Click on the flyer below for more details

    2015 Summer Camps

    Camps for all ages:
    Tiny Tots

    Rec Club
    Rec Club on the Go!
    Speciality Camps

    Learn more about all of the camps at the
    Camp Agoura Hills website
  • 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
  • Calabasas Coyote Club

    Boys Soccer Summer Camp

    June 29 - July 23
    $75 per week per player

    Camp is not affiliated with Calabasas High School.

    Click on the flyer link above for all of the details.
  • City of Agoura Hills

    British Soccer Camp logo 2

    Improve your game!

    Ages: 3 - 16
    Click on logo above for pricing and the date and time
    options by age group.
  • Explore, Discover, Grow

    Join the
    with Triunfo YMCA

    Find out more at the
    Registration BBQ
    Saturday, August 29 5pm - 7pm
    Where: Willow Elementary School

    Programs for K - 2
    (Y-Adventure Guides)
    & 3rd Grade & Up

  • Join
    Boy Scout Troop 775
    for adventure and fun!

    Rocket launch, rock climbing, campouts, summer camp, backpacking and more.

    Click on the flyer for more details.

    Visit www.troop775.org
  • Curtain Call Youth Theatre


    8/13 - 8pm
    8/14 - 8pm
    8/15 - 2pm & 8pm

    For tickets, visit www.thePAECs.org

    Click on the flyer link for details.
  • Have fun this summer at the

    Chaprarral Day Camp

    Click on image to see the flyer.

    Full Week and Daily Rates Available

    Campers will have fun doing
    Arts & Crafts, Sports, Cooking, Science, Drama, Music,
    Dance, Water Play
    and lots of wacky games.

  • Calabasas Youth Basketball League
    click on the flyer below for registration details

    Summer Basketball Registration

    Boys & Girls ages 5 - 15

    League Fee: $150
    League Play: June - August
    Onsite at Juan Bautista De Anza Park
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Conejo Valley
    Presents their

    Summer Travel Camp
    9 weeks of Fun-filled adventures!
    June 15 - Aug 14
    Grades: 4- 9

    3 Field Trips per week, water games, sports activities, arts & crafts, STEM activities and more!

    Click on the flyer link above for all the details.
  • Make Your Own Movie This Summer
    at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center

    Movies by Kids Summer Camp

    Grades: 1 - 8
    Cost: $99 per session
    Weekly camps start June 29th

    Camps offered: 
    Minecraft Movie Making

    Lego Animation with iPod Touch
    Clay Animation

  • Adventure is Calling!

    Join Cub Scout Pack 3785

    Hiking, Camping, Zoo, Museum Visits, Pinewood Derby, Bowling and More!

    Boys in Grades K - 5

    Monthly Meetings: 1st Thursday at 6:30pm at the United Methodist Churst of Westlake Village
  • 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.   
  • Eco Earth Enrichment

    Summer S.HA.R.E. at Cal Lutheran Huddle

    The S.H.A.R.E. program (Science, Health, Activities, Respect, Environment) is an online program for students to understand how health is related to choices and the planets resources.

    Click the flyer link above for class details.
    Location: Huddle Campus
    31416 Agoura Road

  • Join NatureBridge on a
    Summer Field Research Course
    at one of 3 National Parks


    Build leadership skills, create an ecological research project, conduct hands-on research
    and more

    Click the flyer link above
    for more details.
  • Learn How to Play Beach Volleyball This Summer at

    Sinjin Smith's
    Beach Volleyball Camps

    Ages:  7- 15
    Novice through Intermediate
    Monday - Friday / 9:00am - Noon

    Click on the flyer link above for more details.
  • Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum

    Summer Shakespeare Youth Drama Camps

    Young People's Camp: Ages 4 - 7
    Youth Drama Camp: Ages 8 - 14
    High School Intensive Camp: Grades 9  - 12

    Click on the flyer link above for all the details including dates, times and pricing.
  • City of Westlake Village

    Summer Academy 2015
    click on the flyer link above for all the details

    Camps include:
    Engineering with legos, robotics,
    drama, dance, cartoons, movie workshops,
    coding, science and more!

    Register online at www.wlv.org under "Summer Recreation"


    Summer Day Camp for ages: 5 - 15

    Summer Camp Activities: Ropes courses, archery range, onsite pool, sports and field games, pottery, drama, cooking, middle school CIT program.

  • 2015 Fall Baseball Program


    3 - 14 year old boys & girls
    Registration: July 25 and August 4

    Tryouts: August 22 and August 23

    Click on flyer above for details.
  • Does Your Child Need Extra Help With Sports?

    Break It Down Total Sports
    provides positive opportunities
    for children with autism
    and special needs.

    Starts 7/11/15

    1.5 hour sessions each Saturday for 8 weeks.

    Click the flyer link above for details.
  • Agoura Water Polo Foundation and
    Los Angeles Water Polo Club

    Splash Ball & Intro to Water Polo

    Splash Ball
    Kid friendly version of water polo
    Cost: $150
    Ages: 6 - 9

    Intro to Water Polo
    Designed for beginners
    Cost: $180
    Ages: 10 - 14
    Click on the flyer above for all of the details.

  • Learn to play volleyball with
    Agoura Hills Youth Volleyball

    Fall 2015 Flyer

    Boys and Girls 7 - 15

    Where: Chumash Park

    Starts: Wed. Sept. 9th

    Days: Wednesday and Saturdays

    Click on the flyer link above for more details.

  • AYBA logo

    Summer 2015 Youth Basketball

    Register Now thru June 5
    Late Registration thru June 13
    Summer Season Games:
    June 20 - July 31

    Fee: $130

    Girls & Boys
    1st Grade thru High School

  • Join the Triunfo YMCA
    Otters Swim Team
    this summer

    Where: Agoura High School
    When: June 15 - August 14th
    M/W/F from 10:30 - 11:30

    Cost: $170 per person (includes program fee, swim cap and t-shirt)

  • Learn to Swim this Summer

    at the Triunfo YMCA
    5 sessions, starting June 15th
    Location: Agoura High School
    Ages: 6months - Adult

    Cost: $105 per session - group lessons

    Click on the flyer link for more details.

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.