Las Virgenes Unified School District

Thinking of relocating to Calabasas or Hidden Hills, CA? Even if you don't have children, it's worth taking a look at an area's public schools before making a move. Let's explore Las Virgenes Unified School District, which serves students living throughout Los Angeles County.

11,500

Students

16

Total Schools

95%

Graduation rate

Meet Las Virgenes Unified School District

The Las Virgenes Unified School District educates around 11,500 students in one preschool, nine elementary schools, three middle schools, and three high schools. Most children attending LVUSD live in Calabasas or Angoura Hills, but some also come from Hidden Hills, Westlake Village, and other parts of the western San Fernando Valley.

Multiple institutions in Las Virgenes have achieved National Blue Ribbon and California Gold Ribbon recognition. The district has also been awarded the state's Green School District Award and is an AP Honor Roll District of Distinction.

LVUSD at a Glance

9

Elementary schools

3

Middle schools

3

High schools

1

Preschool

Awards & Recognitions

Gifted & talented programs

The Las Virgenes award-winning GATE program allows high-achieving students to soar to new heights through additional classes and special activities. Teens looking for further academic challenges can also enroll in the district's vast selection of Advanced Placement classes or the International Baccalaureate Program.

STEAM programs

Certain schools in LVUSD offer advanced STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) courses that are designed to create well-rounded students through exploratory learning exercises. The district even has its own L-STEM elementary school, which emphasizes English and Spanish immersion, as well as a unique curriculum designed to help children learn more about math and science from a young age.

Environmental initiatives

In an effort to reduce waste and energy consumption, LVUSD has taken extra steps to become a green district. Their no-waste lunch and no idle zone policies have helped the district shrink its carbon footprint, and these efforts have even been recognized by the state of California through various awards. 

Academic Programs

Forward Learning Technology Program

In an effort to prepare students for life in a technology-driven world, LVUSD provides laptops to every child in grades three through 11. Students are encouraged to use their devices to collaborate with their peers, create their own content and media, and take online assessments to test what they've learned.

Dual Immersion

Las Virgenes students can enroll in dual immersion programs from an early age, which allows them to pick up and become fluent in a second language. Currently, the district offers dual immersion in English and Spanish at Sumac Elementary, Lindero Canyon Middle, and Angoura High.

Performing Arts Education Centers

LVUSD's lauded theater and music programs are headquartered in two Performing Arts Education Centers (PAECs) at Angoura and Calabasas High Schools. These facilities showcase state-of-the-art main stage theaters, as well as flexible black box theaters and other high-quality facilities. This professional-caliber environment is the perfect place for any budding performer to hone their skills! 

Sports & Extracurriculars

Fall Sports

Football
Cheerleading
Tennis
Volleyball
Cross Country

Winter Sports

Basketball
Soccer
Wrestling
Water Polo

Spring Sports

Baseball
Golf
Lacrosse
Softball
Swimming
Track and field
Volleyball
Tennis

Make Your Move to Calabasas

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