The Santa Ynez Valley Community Aquatics Foundation is working to bring a state-of-the-art aquatics and sports medicine facility to serve the entire Valley to the Santa Ynez High School campus. Visit their site to learn more about this exciting initiative and how you can get involved!
If you signed up to take an honors or Advanced Placement class in the 2017-2018 school year, you may have summer work to complete. The following links will take you to the summer work instructions and packets for courses which require it. If you don't see your course listed here, there is a chance that no summer work was assigned; however, check back periodically through the month of June as we will be updating as summer work assignments come in.
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Welcome to Santa Ynez
Valley Union High School
Santa Ynez Valley Union High School was founded in 1896 and is located in the picturesque Santa Ynez Valley--a quaint, rural community just inland from the wild and beautiful central California coast. SYVUHS enjoys a long and rich tradition of excellence. With only 1,000 students enrolled, our pristine, park-like campus may be small, but our hard-earned reputation for success is widely recognized. Whether it be in academics, athletics, visual and performing arts, occupational arts, agriculture, community service, or any other endeavor, our students have historically excelled. Santa Ynez Valley Union High School is proud to be among the highest-achieving high schools in Santa Barbara County, but we don't rest on our laurels. Our faculty and staff actively practice innovative teaching with the goal of preparing our students to meet the uniquely unprecedented challenges of learning in the 21st century.
Welcome to our website. Most of what you need to know about Santa Ynez High School can be found here, but if you find we've missed anything, please don't hesitate to contact us.
In an effort to provide the safest possible environment for learning, SYVUHS has a CyberBully Hotline. To anonymously report information about bullying, harassment, intimidation, drug and alcohol use, or any other dangerous or illegal activity, students and parents can text or call the hotline number above.