Agoura High School
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|Agoura High School|
Agoura High School
28545 West Driver Avenue
|School district||Las Virgenes Unified School District|
|Principal||Dr. Stephanie McClay|
|Teaching staff||83.65 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||23.57|
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Athletics||CIF Southern Section, Marmonte League|
|SAT I average||1730 (out of 2400)|
Athletics and activities
Agoura High School has a music program that consists of two orchestras, three wind ensembles, four jazz bands, two choirs, and a marching band, and more than 50 activities and clubs for community service, politics, religion, sports, academics, fashion, and dance.
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (July 2018)
- Justin Berfield, actor from Malcolm in the Middle
- Rob Bourdon, founder of Linkin Park
- Johnathan Cabral, track athlete
- Adrianna Costa, television personality
- Noah Centineo, actor
- Jensen Daggett, actress
- Tara Davis, track athlete
- Brad Delson (born 1977), musician and record producer, lead guitarist and founding member of the rock band Linkin Park
- Kerry Ehrin, screenwriter and producer
- Chelsey Goldberg (born 1993), ice hockey player
- Heather Graham, actress
- A.J. Holmes, Broadway actor
- Deena Kastor (born 1973), runner; American record holder for marathon and half marathon.
- Hayley Kiyoko, actress/musician
- Jonathan Lipnicki, actor
- Clay Matthews III, NFL player for the Green Bay Packers, and Los Angeles Rams
- Matthew Mercer, voice actor and dungeon master on Critical Role
- Olivia Olson, young actress voice of Marceline on Adventure Time
- Kario Salem, television, film, and stage actor and screenwriter
- Mike Shinoda, founder of Linkin Park
- Dave Siegler (born 1961), professional tennis player
- Shane Stanley, film producer/director
- Todd Steussie, NFL player for the Minnesota Vikings, Carolina Panthers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and St. Louis Rams
- Robert Stock, MLB baseball player
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