875 East Cochran Street,
Simi Valley, California 93065
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Contacts

Shanna Foster

Administrative Assistant

805.306.4500 ext. 4324

Wendy Mayea

Assistant Director Student Support

805.306.4500 ext.  4313

Kathleen Roth

Director Elementary Education

805.306.4500 ext. 4203

Deborah Salgado

Director Secondary Education

805.306.4500 ext. 4202

International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement at Royal High School

Homeland Security and International Bacculaurate Programs are Just Two of the 
Amazing Programs Students Participate.

Royal High School combines a strong International Baccalaureate Pathway with languages such as Mandarin, that are embedded in model citizenry through their Reagan Library partnership and outstanding sports programs. Royal is also home to an award winning Marching Band and youth Orchestra.

Interdistrict Transfer Permits

Simi Schools Foster Every Child's Talent

The LIttle Mermaid, Santa Susana High School

Santa Susana High School focused on accelerated academics, technology, and the visual and performing arts. In 2017-2018, they added a Psychobiology Pathway. Here is "The Little Mermaid," performed, Spring 2017.

Students join Simi Valley Schools for our outstanding programs. For example, the Musical Theater Program (below), part of our secondary school Pathways and Connected Learning, is one of the many programs bringing families from out of district. See our information in Education Services about School of Choice and Pathway Options.

Interdistrict Transfers INTO Simi Valley Unified School District

Applications Accepted at Any Time Throughout the Year

Parents of students who reside outside of the Simi Valley Unified School District boundaries who wish to attend a Simi Valley Unified School District school will need to complete an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement. This form must be obtained from and submitted to your local school district of residence for approval to leave your district. After you have been released from your district, submit the signed agreement to the Simi Valley Unified School District-Student Support Services office, located at 875 E. Cochran Street. 

For information about any Simi Valley Unified School District school, click on the “Schools” tab at the top of the Simi Valley Unified School District website home page. To learn more about our amazing programs, you may also contact any Simi Valley school of interest to you for a campus tour. Our principals and teachers are excited to share their programs and community. Lastly, schools will be open for evening preview nights starting in January. Specific dates are posted on our District's calendar on our home page. 

Interdistrict Transfers OUT of Simi Valley Unified School District

Applications Only Accepted From February 1 Through the Last Friday in April of Each Year

Parents of students who reside inside of the Simi Valley Unified School District boundaries and wish to transfer to a public school outside of the Simi Valley Unified School District will need to complete an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement. The Application period for Interdistrict transfers is February 1 through the last Friday of April of each school year. If you have recently moved or have extenuating circumstances, which may warrant a mid-year change, you may provide those details to the Student Support Services office. Return the Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form to Student Support Services at the District Office with supporting documentation. Once approved, should you intend on attending a different school than the one you applied for, we ask you submit a new Agreement for approval to the new school. Expect two weeks for processing.

If you have questions, please contact Shanna Foster in Student Support Services, 805.306.4500 ext 4324 or shanna.foster@simivalleyusd.org. 

Middle School Mock Trial Competition & Legal Practice Pathway

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In 2016-2017, Hillside Middle School teacher Gwenn Reep, led the charge with community partners to start the first annual Ventura County Middle School Mock Trail Competition at the East Ventura County Courthouse. The Ventura County Office of Education, Santa Susana Mock Trail, and attorney coaches assisted. Curriculum focused on public speaking, research, analysis argumentation, and acting.

Simi Valley Welcomes You!

Simi Valley Schools provide wonderful learning opportunities at every grade level. We want to share our success with you and your child and invite you to become an integral part of our amazing schools.To learn more about our programs, contact any Simi Valley school for a Campus Tour, anytime. Our principals and teachers are excited to share all they have to offer your child. Look for preview nights in January through February.

Medical Health Careers, Biotechnology, and Emergency Medicine at Simi Valley High School. 

Connected Learning and Signature Programs

Arts, Technology & Science

Crestview Elementary (CATS Academy)

Hillside Middle School

Santa Susana High School

 

World Language, Global Studies, International Baccalaureate, and Civics

Arroyo Elementary (FLAGS Academy)

Madera Elementary (Civic Leadership Academy)

Sinaloa Middle School

Royal High School

 

Health Sciences, Engineering, & Math

Katherine Elementary (Medical & Health Science Academy)

Valley View Middle School

Simi Valley HIgh School

 

Schoolwide Focus

Garden Grove Elementary- IMPACT Science

Knolls Elementary - Project Based Learning

Mountain View Elementary - Interactive Technology

Vista Fundamental Elementary - STEM Community