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Las Virgenes Unified School District is a highly rated, public school district located in Calabasas, CA. It has 11,138 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% of students are at least proficient in math and 69% in reading.
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Las Virgenes Unified School District Reviews
I liked the education. The majority of my teachers did a great job. I always felt included in the classroom and received the help I needed. The teachers were very supportive and always encouraged me to do better. The teacher that had the most impact on my education was my investments teacher. I felt that class most prepared me for college and career readiness. My overall experience was great. I especially enjoyed the sports a lot. I wrestled all four years and enjoyed every second of it. The coaches were great and helped grow as a person by encouraging our team to do well both educationally and physically. That encouragement pushed me to do better and I ended up winning at my weight class twice in the League Finals. I also pushed myself academically and graduated with a 3.84 GPA. The only thing I wish I could improve is having more extracurricular activities. I participated in culinary for two years which was great, but I wish there were more trade skills offered.
My experience in the Las Virgenes Unified School District involved an excellent education that well-prepared me for my future college endeavors. The teachers were insightful, organized, and encouraging. The student environment was engaging and motivating. I would like to see more teacher/student involvement and communication inside and outside the classroom to foster better relationships and mentors that students can rely on.
I came out of the LA unified school district into LVUSD. I love it! Due to the increased funding of this district (higher property taxes and all), the student experience is really improved. All students are offered a laptop, the school is always well maintained and nice looking, and the students have a voice. Also, the teachers here, at my school at the very least, really seem to care about their students. They are people before being teachers, and the smaller class sizes really help us as students when it comes to getting to know our teachers. In summation, the increased funding and the samller size of the district greatly imporves the student and teacher experience.