Welcome Back Meeting

The man is giving a speech.

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Summer ends for Oxnard Union high school students

Students are hugging.

Hueneme High School opened today with staff and teachers smiling and riding high on the wave of success that was celebrated last week at a special teacher’s rally where Oxnard Union High School Superintendent Gabe Soumakian announced an almost 30-point jump in districtwide Academic Performance Index numbers. Principal Oscar Hernandez said those gains were achieved […]

Superintendent’s Message

Dr. Soumakian, headshot.

The Oxnard Union High School District welcomes back students as they report to school on Tuesday, September 4. The District is continuing to make remarkable progress toward the implementation of the Blueprint for Greatness. The District CST test results were released on Friday, August 31 to the public at 10 a.m. and we are extremely […]

Superintendent offers a look into district’s 21st century approach

Dr. Soumakian is giving a speech.

The Oxnard Union High School District welcomes students as they report back to school on Tues., Sept. 4. Our district is continuing to make remarkable progress toward the implementation of the Blueprint for Greatness. Our vision is to “redesign the high school experience for the 21st century learner,” as we prepare students for the newly […]

Oxnard Union kickoff rally celebrates rise in scores

Dr. Soumakian is giving a speech.

Almost 900 Oxnard Union High School District teachers and support staff members received good news to start off the school year at a back-to-school rally today at Pacifica High School in Oxnard. Superintendent Gabe Soumakian revealed preliminary academic performance index score estimates that show the districtwide numbers rose from 726 in 2011 to 754 in […]

OUHSD starting college program

Oxnard Union High School District Logo.

This fall, students in the Oxnard Union High School District can take both high school and college classes through a new program at Oxnard College. Condor Middle College will be another option for students in the district’s independent studies program, Superintendent Gabe Soumakian said. “Students will be required to take at least one course per […]

Oxnard adults celebrate academic accomplishments too

With a 2012 graduating class characterized by its students’ determination and hard work, Oxnard Adult School celebrated its 75th anniversary Tuesday.The school held a graduation ceremony for its class of 49 high school diploma recipients and 179 certificate of general education development recipients. Although this was a typical class size for an the school’s graduation, […]

OUHSD Dedicates CIHS Transportation Technology Center

Teachers are cutting purple ribbon.

The Oxnard Union High School District held a dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new Transportation Technology Center at Channel Islands High School on Friday, May 18. Attendees toured the state-of-the-art facility that will house the school’s Transportation Technology Academy opening in the fall. The Transportation Technology Academy is a “school within a school” that […]

OUHSD refinances bonds to save money for taxpayers

Oxnard Union High School District Logo.

On April 19, 2012, the Oxnard Union High School District refinanced outstanding general obligation bonds, issued in 2003, to save the local property owners in the District over $1 million. “We know that in today’s challenging economic times, anything you can do to lighten the load for people in the community is worth doing,” said […]

New Camarillo High School Town Hall Meeting

Man is giving an interview.

A new performing arts and engineering high school will be the focus of an upcoming town hall meeting. Plans are in the works to build the school with Measure “H” bond money. Land next to the Camarillo Library has been purchased but still need to be annexed. Some people have raised concerns about losing agricultural […]