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Simi Valley High School is in the city of Simi Valley, which nestles in the Santa Susana Mountains and is adjacent to the San Fernando Valley, part of the city and county of Los Angeles.

The city of Simi Valley is closely associated with Los Angeles, since many local residents work in the San Fernando Valley and other parts of Los Angeles County and beyond.

Established in 1920 as the first high school in Simi Valley, Simi Valley High School has undergone several configurations over the years to become the 50.4-acre campus it is today. The current campus was built in three phases during the 1960s. Based on the physical concept of "schools-within-a-school," Simi Valley High School was constructed with three instructional quads, each having an administrative area. The original design included one main administration building. Currently Simi Valley High School has five major instructional areas, a multipurpose building, a gym and dressing room facilities, a library, a counseling building, an administration building, three areas of portable classrooms, a stadium and athletic fields, and a senior patio.

Mission Statement, Goals & Pioneer Traditions

Schoolwide Learning Goals
Mission Statement

Simi Valley High School is committed to promoting student excellence by providing a rigorous academic, career and technical education program within a positive learning environment.

Our Alma Mater

Hail to thee,
'O Simi High School,
we'll be ever true
to your honors
and traditions,
true, our whole
lives through.

Hail to thee,
O Simi High School,
hear this song we raise,
we will cherish
your dear memories

all our live long days

School Colors & Crest

Simi Valley High School’s traditional colors are maroon and gold. These colors are evident throughout the entire campus.

Simi High's crest is displayed on the outside of the gymnasium facing the quad. The land grant, halberd and arrow represent the early Indian and Spanish heritage of Simi Valley. The torch and atom symbolize education. The cross and the mountains represent the missionaries who once traveled through the valley. The orange depicts the citrus crops; and, of course, the covered wagon represents the PIONEERS who settled Simi Valley.