Congratulations to the class of 2018! #WeAreOUHSD

The Oxnard Union High School District (OUHSD) celebrated the graduating class of 2018 this past week. With nine commencement ceremonies, OUHSD celebrated the close to another successful academic year, with the true stars being the graduates themselves. The energy was high during each of the celebrations, with students at the apex following years of hard work and study before taking the first steps toward their future. Here is a collection of photos from all the ceremonies.

Condor High School Options Academy

Condor High School Options Academy celebrates the graduation of 240 students at the Oxnard College Sports Center. In attendance, Dr. DeLeon,, Superintendent, Board President Dr. Davis and Board Member Wayne Edmonds.

Frontier High School

Rancho Campana

Rancho Campana’s inaugural graduating class of 2018!

Pacifica High School

708 students graduated from Pacifica High School this year. Of the 708, 75 of them received the state seal of biliteracy and nearly half met university entrance requirements. The school recognized nine valedictorians.

Rio Mesa High School

Rio Mesa High School had 469 students graduate this year. The senior class earned $2 million in scholarships. 25 students will be attending University of California institutions, 40 to Cal State Universities, 35 to private four-year schools, 324 to California Community Colleges and 17 to military services.

Oxnard High School

Over 530 students graduated from Oxnard High School on Friday in a packed school stadium. Three valedictorians were honored.

 

Hueneme High School

Hueneme had 175 students meet university entrance, or A through G, requirements and 80 of those students had committed to a university. The biggest percentage of graduates are headed to local community colleges, with 250 students committed to Oxnard, Ventura or Moorpark colleges. The 2018 graduating class also has 20 students committed to entering the military or a trade program.

Adolfo Camarillo High School

ACHS had 24 valedictorians and 23 students who had a GPA of 4.5 or above, there were also 96 students who received the state seal of biliteracy.