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Mission & Vision

Oxnard Adult School serves the adult population of the Oxnard Union High School District, encompassing the communities of Oxnard, Port Hueneme, and Camarillo. The goal of the educational program is to contribute to successful schools, strong community, and a skilled workforce.

The focus of the school is to provide the basic educational skills needed for all adults to communicate in English, access information, and work independently to further the successful achievement of their goals. Classes are offered daytime and evening hours. Many programs are available on an open-entry, open-exit, self-paced basis, providing students with an accessible, flexible, and positive learning environment.

Vision Statement:

Oxnard Adult School empowers and equips all students to be lifelong learners and powerful participants in today’s global community.

Mission Statement:

Oxnard Adult School prepares and empowers students to achieve educational, career and personal goals; promoting lifelong learning in a safe, supportive and multicultural environment. 

About the City of Oxnard

The city of Oxnard is situated along a beautiful stretch of Pacific coastline about 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles. As you enter Oxnard, the first thing you’re likely to spot is the surrounding farmlands, with a patchwork of crops and orchards nestled along a narrow coastal plain. With such fertile lands, it stands to reason that Oxnard enjoys temperate weather throughout the year.


Student Rights/Non-Discrimination

CFR Title 34 § 106.9

Discrimination in education programs and activities is prohibited by state and federal law. Education Code 200 et seq. requires school districts to afford all pupils regardless of gender, gender identity, gender expression, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group identification, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation, or the perception of one or more of such characteristics, equal rights and opportunities in education. State law, as provided in EC 221.5, specifically prohibits discrimination based on gender in enrollment, counseling, and the availability of physical education, athletic activities, and sports.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on race, color and national origin. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, also prohibits discrimination based on gender. The Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibit discrimination based on disability. The Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education has authority to enforce federal laws in all programs and activities that receive federal funds. 

Tobacco Free Campus

CA Health & Safety Code 104495
Smoking or use of any tobacco-related products and disposal of any tobacco-related waste within 25 feet of school grounds, except on a public sidewalk located within 25 feet of the school grounds is prohibited.

Uniform Complaint Policy

For the UNIFORM COMPLAINT PROCEDURES 5 CCR §4622, EC §234.1, EC §32289 and EC §49013 go to Uniform Complaint Process, page 16, of the OUHSD electronic Parent & Student Handbook at   

Except as the Governing Board may otherwise specifically provide in other district policies, these uniform complaint procedures (UCP) shall be used to investigate and resolve only the complaints specified here:

  • District violation of state or federal law or regulations governing: Adult Education, Career Technical Education, Pre-School Programs, Categorical Programs, Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), Migrant Education, Nutrition Services, Pupil Fees, Special Education.
  • Unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, or bullying based on actual or perceived characteristics of the following: Age, Ancestry, Disability, Ethnic Group, Gender, Gender Expression, Gender Identity, Marital Status, Parenting, Nationality, National Origin, Race, Religion, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Orientation.
  • Bullying that is not based on actual or perceived characteristics as listed above.
  • Retaliation against a complainant or other participant in the complaint process or anyone who has acted to uncover or report a violation subject to Uniform Complaint Procedures.