The Oxnard Union High School District serves approximately 1,900 students with special needs through a variety of programs. These programs are, for the most part, offered at the students’ neighborhood schools.
Standards Based Education
Students who are eligible for special education services in California Public Schools are required to meet the same standards for graduation as their peers to receive a high school diploma.
Students with moderate to severe disabilities working on a functional skills curriculum will receive a Certificate of Achievement. Upon earning their Certificate of Achievement they are eligible to attend our Adult Transition Program until the age of 22.
Transition Partnership Program (TPP)
The Transition Partnership Program works in conjunction with the Department of Rehabilitation and helps students learn the skills necessary to transition from school to work. To learn more about the TPP program please click the following link. TPP Program
- California Department of Special Education, Special Education division
- U.S. Department of Education
- National Center for Learning Disabilities Learning Disabilities Awareness, Parent-partnerships, and IEP information
- California Department of Education
- California Legislative Information (ED Code)
- Ventura County SELPA
- Ventura County SELPA Revised Local Plan