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Oak Park Unified - Oak Park High School
School DescriptionDISTRICT PROFILE
Oak Park District’s Oak Park High School is a suburban California Gold Ribbon School and US News and World Report Silver Medal School near the Pacific Coast. In addition to four foreign languages, students have the opportunity to choose from over 20 Advanced Placement Courses.
Facilities include a performing arts center complete with theater and music rooms, modernized science classrooms, an arts and technology building, sports fields, classrooms with Smartboards, and campus-wide wireless internet.
SPORTS AND ARTS
Oak Park students can choose from several sports including cross country, lacrosse, golf, and American football. The Volleyball team recently won the California State Championship.
Oak Park offers various arts courses such as architecture and industrial arts, drawing, and painting. The school's choir program is also successful, winning many awards over the past couple years.
The suburban community of Oak Park is located less than an hour west of Los Angeles and less than 30 minutes from famous beaches such as Malibu, home to the prestigious Pepperdine University. Students can enjoy warm, sunny weather all year.
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Awards and Accomplishments Of School
California Distinguished School for 2018-19 School Year; Oak Park Unfiied School District named an Exemplary School District for 2018-19 School Year;
California Department of Education named Oak Park High School a California Distinguished School for the 2018-19 school year. Oak Park School District was also 1 of only 18 districts in California to be named an Exemplary School District for 2018-19.
Zack Thornton - Baseball pitcher;
Bryan Weitzman - UCLA Offensive Lineman
- 9, 10, 11, 12 Grades at School
- 47 acres Campus Size
- 1% Percentage of International Students
Diploma Year Offered?No
Student PopulationCoEd - School for both genders
Average Class Size30
English as Second Language (ESL) Support AvailableNo
Speciality ProgramsEngineering Partnership with NASA
Other - Eligibility Requirements?All students must take California state English exam (CELDT) upon arrival. Admissions process starts in February
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