Phone +1 818-673-1300
|Motto "Be Strong"|
Principal Robert R. Garcia
Color(s) Hunter Green, White
|Address 6850 Topanga Canyon Blvd, Canoga Park, CA 91303, USA|
District Los Angeles Unified School District
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Canoga Park High School is a high school located in Canoga Park in the western San Fernando Valley region of the City of Los Angeles, California, United States, and is in the Los Angeles Unified School District. It is located at the start of the Los Angeles River, and adjacent to Topanga Canyon Boulevard to the west and Owensmouth Avenue to the east.
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Canoga Park High serves the majority of the Canoga Park area of Los Angeles and parts of the Winnetka area as well.
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To the north and south Bell Creek and Arroyo Calabasas (Calabasas Creek) flow around the campus to join on the east side behind the stadium and become the headwaters of the Los Angeles River. The creeks and river were channelized in the 1940s, but still support wildlife.
Canoga Park is the oldest high school in the west San Fernando Valley. It opened on October 4, 1914, as Owensmouth High School, with 14 students and 3 teachers. It was in a Beaux-Arts Neoclassical architectural style, unusual for a small town two years old. The school's name was changed in 1931, after the community of Owensmouth changed its name to Canoga Park. Among the school's features are a Coast Redwood grove planted in 1936 just north of the football field. A classic Greek outdoor theater was part of the School in early years. For 40 years, the Greek styled 100 Building was the pride of Canoga Park. It housed the School Library, the Administrative Offices, and served as a well-known community landmark. In 1971, unfortunately, the building suffered severe damage in the Sylmar earthquake and it was condemned and demolished in the summer of 1975. The demolished 100 and 200 buildings were replaced with new facilities that opened in March 1978.
The Assembly Hall was built during the Great Depression by the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works and completed in 1939. It survived the 1971 earthquake and is in use today. It is identified in the California Register of Historic Resources as historically significant.
Canoga Park High School’s two magnets are Communication, Arts & Media (CAM) and Engineering, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences (EEVS), which are being redesigned for the 2017-2018 school year.
The CAM Magnet has sequential courses designed to promote careers in digital media and arts, communication technology, and programming and coding. It features a new $5 million studio complex with state-of-the-art equipment, offering students courses in photography, video production, video game and app design, computer programming, graphic arts and advertising and public relations.
The EEVS Magnet has sequential courses designed to promote careers in engineering, architecture, green technology, veterinary science, agriculture and sustainable farming, social ecology, building trades engineering, veterinary and environmental science. It features a $1 million renovation project to transform an old shop classroom into an engineering design studio with 3-D printing and computer design capabilities, and provide a home for the new building trades multi-core curriculum.
Canoga Park High School fields teams for boys and girls in football, basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, golf, track & field, cross country, water polo, swimming & wrestling. The teams have won CIF Championships in sports, including football, basketball, track & field, soccer, volleyball, cross country and tennis. The school has had several successful individual athletes.
The school has a marching band, cheerleading and dance & drill teams.