Sequoia Middle School is in the Conejo Valley Unified School District in California. CVUSD offers preschool, early child care, transitional kindergarten, and other academic alternatives such as adult education opportunities. With a population of 130,000 people, Conejo Valley boasts an active theater and arts community as well as a vigorous parks program with a wide range of youth and adult activities. Thousand Oaks is also proud of its consistent ranking as one of the nation’s safest cities as reported in the U.S.A.Today. The school association is committed to all students reaching their full potential in a supportive and academically challenging environment which includes Honors, Advanced Placement (AP) classes, an International Baccalaureate Program (IB), School-to-Career opportunities and additional support programs for English Language Learners, at-risk students, homeless, foster and students with alternative learning styles.
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