Woodland Hills High School, a large and diverse school representing twelve communities, provides each student with challenging and supportive educational opportunities that foster person excellence and responsible engagement in curricular and extracurricular activities through the cooperative efforts of home, school, and community.
All students can learn and are capable of achieving high standards.
Effective schools encourage all students to be resourceful and accept
challenges as positive learning experiences.
The best schools encourage a love of life-long learning and the development of self-esteem.
Students are motivated to learn when they can apply what they have learned to their lives.
An effective curriculum promotes understanding and appreciation of all people and cultural backgrounds.
Student success is best achieved through the cooperation of home, school, and community.
Students learn best in safe and orderly places.
Educated students will become productive citizens in the local and global communities.
Student pride in self, school, and community will strengthen the Woodland Hills community.
Student participation in extra-curricular activities is an important component of a well-rounded education.
On-going staff development and training is essential to maintain a quality education program.
Students must possess the technological skills required in the information age.
Diversity is our strength.