Santa Susana High School is one of four public high schools located in Simi Valley, California. Built in 1970 the school campus was originally designed as a junior high campus formerly known as Sequoia Junior High School. However in June 1995 it was voted by the school board that one junior high campus be converted into a magnet high school to accommodate the move of 9th graders into regular high school campuses, and all remaining junior high campuses be converted into middle schools. The school board elected Sequoia Junior High over Hillside Junior High because of location, and in September 1996 it became Santa Susana High School.
Currently Santa Susana High School is configured with 3 major classroom blocks, surrounding a quad. A large open air auditorium divides the complex and the school's multipurpose room, Stagecraft workshop and a small theater. The Performing Arts Center and the student parking lot are located near the multipurpose room. The school is part of the Simi Valley Unified School District. (SVUSD) The school colors are silver, black, white and teal, and the mascot is the Troubadour.
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