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Naviance will be open for students to make Course Selections for 2016/17 school year on Friday, February 12, though Tuesday, February 22.  Students will need their Naviance user name and password to access Naviance.  If students need assistance getting their passwords or using Naviance, the Counselors will be availlable in C2 on the follwing dates:

Tuesday 2/16 - Support & Lunch
Thursday, 2/18 - Support & Lunch

Course selections should be made with great care.  Schedule changes in the Fall will only be made for computer input errors made by staff, an adjustment due to a completed summer school course, or a level change request.

Counselors will be meeting one-on-one with students to review their course selections during the school day before spring break.
Mid-Term Transcripts PDF Print E-mail
Seniors that applied to Common Application colleges need to order a mid-year transcript now.  If you are not sure if your college needs a transcript, please see your Counselor.
AP Exams 2016 PDF Print E-mail

Here is the AP registration information for the exams.  Please click on the sign-up information links to download the forms you will need to register for AP exams.  Under the sign-up information, you will see the Student/Parent letter, the Student/Parent Sign-off from (Policies and Procedures), and the 2015-16 Bulletin for AP Students and Parents.  Please read all of these forms thoroughly.  

Sign-Up Information
AP Principal Letter 2016
AP Student/Parent Sign Off Ltr 2016
2016 AP Bulletin

AP Exam registration and sales begin ONLINE via the Agoura Webstore and at the AAC on Tuesday, January 26, 2016, thru Friday, February 19, 2016.  You must check the box that states you have read and agree to the AP Policies and Procedures when purchasing your exam(s).

If students are purchasing an AP Exam at the AAC, please download, sign, and return the Procedures form to the AAC.   You will not be allowed to purchase an AP exam without this form.

The cost per AP exam is $100.00 for either on line registration with credit card, or a check made payable to Agoura High School.

If  you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Wright at 818-825-9574 for be email at cwright@lvusd.org.
Bulletin 2/9/16 PDF Print E-mail

AHS Showcase 2016:  All are welcome to attend the AHS Showcase at 5:45pm this Wednesday, February 10th. This special night showcases our amazing programs at Agoura High. Check the AHS website  for specific details. There is an important meeting at 5:45pm in the G Bldg for parents of Juniors who are planning on attending a two or four year college.  Counselors will be making a short presentation with helpful tips and timelines, followed by small group break outs.  We hope to see you there!

CSF Applications:  CSF Applications for Spring 2016 are due to Mr. Teitell during support in room C-5 no later than Friday, February 12th.  Donations may be paid on the webstore now through February 12th or at the AAC.

Cal Grant GPA Verification Forms are ready for pick up in the Counseling Office.

Attention Sophomores and Juniors! Do you like working with kids? Are you looking for a fun elective for next year? In the Careers in Education class you get to go off campus and help out at local elementary and middle schools! The class looks great on applications and resumes, can lead to scholarships, and can completely change the way you think about your teachers! There is an interest meeting in room K-2 at Nutrition on Wednesday, February 10th. Snacks will be provided.
AP Physics I Informational Meeting this Thursday, February 11th at lunch in room B-3. AP Physics I is an Algebra Based Physics course any Senior, Junior or Sophomore can take. See Mr. Robbins at the meeting or in room B-3.

IB Physics SL: There will be a mandatory informational meeting for all students interested in taking IB Physics SL next year on Thursday, February 11th, at lunch in room D-4. Come find out about summer preparation and what to expect next year. If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. McClellan for information.

Attention Freshmen! All freshmen interested in taking AP European History next year should attend the interest meeting this Thursday, February 11th at lunch in room K-4. The opportunities and responsibilities of the class will be explained. All are welcome!

Is Writing your Thing? Is being in a quirky and food-friendly atmosphere your thing? If you answered “yes” to one of both of these questions, Creative Writing is the class for you! Come to an interest meeting on Thursday, February 11th at lunch in room K-8 to meet current students and find out more about Creative Writing – a U.C. approved elective and a way cool class.

History of the Americas HL: There will be a mandatory informational meeting for all students interested in taking IB History of the Americas HL next year this Friday, February 12th at lunch in room D-4. Come find out about this exciting and rewarding course. If you cannot attend, please see Mrs. McClellan for information.

Mid-Term Transcripts: Seniors that applied to Common Application colleges need to order a mid­year transcript now. If you are not sure if your college needs a transcript, please see your counselor.

COURSE SELECTION 2016/17: Students in grades 9, 10 & 11 will be selecting their courses for 2016/17. Naviance will open beginning February 12 through February 22. Students will need their Naviance user name andpasswords to access Naviance. If students need assistance, the counselors will be available as follows:


·         Tuesday, 2/9 - Nutrition & Lunch

·         Thursday, 2/11 (SDD) - Lunch Only

AP Exam Sales are through Friday, February 19th via the Webstore and at the AAC.  The cost for the AP is $100.00.  The cost for the Chinese/Japanese exam is $150.00.  CLICK HERE for purchasing instructions. The students and parent are also required to complete the Student/Parent Sign-Off Form before purchasing an AP exam.  If you purchase it online, there is a box that must be checked agreeing to the policy and procedures. You must also read the 2015-2016 AP Bulletin for Students and Parents. 


Girls Basketball will play their last home game tonight, against Newbury Park. The winner will take second place in league and a higher seed in the playoffs. They will also be honoring their seniors during a special Senior Night Celebration. Come out and wish them well and cheer them on to victory.  

Do You Miss the Holidays? Do you have a sweet tooth? Well, you’re in luck! At the Girls Basketball game tonight, starting at 6:00pm, you can build a gingerbread house. Build one for free with a Power Plant T-shirt or $5 without. See you in the gym!

Track and Field Parent Meeting Rescheduled: New and returning T&F parents are encouraged to attend the Track & Field Parent meeting which has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 11th at 7:00 pm in the G Building.


Chipotle Food Night:Make dinner a selfless act by joining the fundraiser to support AHS Grad-Nite. Come to the Chipotle in Westlake Village on Tuesday, February 9th between 4 - 8 p.m.

Bring in this flyer, show it on your Smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to AHS Grad-Nite.

Attention Class of 2018! Come to the Steering Committee today at lunch in room K-4. Important things will be said that you’ll want to know.

Are you Interested in Student Council for Next Year? If so, be sure to come to the interest meeting tomorrow, February 10th, at lunch in room A-1.

THE C/B/I/ AND POST SECONDARY CLASS is having a Valentines’ Gift sale today and tomorrow during lunch in the Main Quad by the “L” Building. Gifts are from $1 - $5. Come find the perfect gift!

Valentine Grams: The Journalism class is selling Valentine Grams in the quad during nutrition and lunch this Wednesday and Thursday. Send that special someone a Valentine’s Day message.

Find Your Match! This Thursday and Friday at nutrition and lunch, Match-o-Matics results will be sold in the main quad. Just $3 for one printout and $5 for both.

Want to Win a $25 Starbucks Gift Card? Enter the Poster Design contest for this year’s Spring Musical, Once Upon a Mattress. The deadline for poster entries is this Friday, February 12th. Contact Ms. Bibi in the PAEC after school for more information or at bkemper@lvusd.org.


Club Yearbook Photos! Club photos of all members are due Friday, February 19th. Get your club featured in the yearbook! Send photos to Agouraclubs@gmail.com or schedule a time for a yearbook member to come and take the picture for you. You may still purchase a yearbook on the webstore or in the AAC. Prices are $95 w/ASB and $105 without.


A Senior Information Meeting will take place on Wednesday, February 17th, at 8:45am in the gym. Seniors are to report to their 2nd period class for attendance prior to reporting to the gym. Seniors will receive information on graduation, and senior activities and the Senior Panoramic Picture will be taken following the meeting. You MUST attend this meeting to be eligible to participate in senior activities.


The Dole Great Race 2016 is a great opportunity to get involved in a fun, community-wide activity. There are many volunteer opportunities (minimum age is 14 unless working with an adult or sibling). Spots fill quickly! Sign up directly at volunteer.greatrace.run. Questions? Email Jodi@greatraceofagoura.com. Race day is March 19.

White Oak Elementary School is looking for volunteers to help at their 9th annual Science Fair this Thursday, February 11th, from 5:30 – 8:00pm in the multi-purpose room. Please contact Rosa Ordonez at 9805-405-6986.

The CHS PAEC is having their ComedySportz Game on Friday, February 12th. Sign up at VolunteerSpot.

Break it Down Total Sports needs volunteers every Saturday for 1 ½ hours to help teach sports to children with autism or other special needs. Please sign up at breakitdowntotalsports@gmail.com
Forward Learning PDF Print E-mail
The following is helpful information for 9th and 10th grade students who were issued a computer this year:
Everfi Registration - 9th
Everfi Registration - 10th

Everfi Web Site
Forward Learning Web Site