Esteemed CVUHSD Community & Visitors,
I am so glad you are visiting our website to learn more about Centinela Valley Union High School District. I am proud to be part of this vibrant learning community that is focused on providing each and every one of our students with the opportunity to not only graduate, but to receive a world-class education that effectively prepares every student for college, career and life. I hope you will join us in our efforts to make CVUHSD the #1 school district in the South Bay!
Have you ever asked yourself, What great things might we accomplish on behalf of our students and this community in the coming year if we were to work together? I believe that our potential for success rests upon the fact that we have a dedicated team of stakeholders that puts the needs and interests of students first. You are a vital member of that team. Every job in this District is important, every parent, family member, and community volunteer has a part to play in the success of our students, every one of us needs to be at the top of our game if we are going to ensure that all of our students are able to achieve at high levels, graduate, go to college, get a good job, and have a prosperous life. Opportunities for success multiply when we have like-minded people around us and we are all working toward the same goal.
Centinela Valley has the potential for achieving some incredible things in the years ahead if we choose to work together. This is especially true if we are willing to adhere to what we call,The CV Way (#theCVway). The CV Way puts Students First. The CV Way ensures our schools are Safe, Clean, Kind, and a great place to Learn. We are working to make the CV Way the modus operandi for everything we do in this District. The greater the buy-in by our school community, the greater the positive impact on our students and their futures. We're not there yet, but I want to encourage you to join us as we endeavor to put these principles into practice, and achieve our goal of seeing every student succeed.
Encouraging the CV Way,
Gregory O’Brien, Ph.D.
Superintendent of Schools