The SYHS Library is open most Wednesday evenings from 5:00-8:00 PM when school is in session for tutoring and individual or group study. Generally at least one teacher and college tutors are on hand to asset students with their work. Please see the calendar below for the schedule.
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Visit the new Valley Math Resource Center section of our website to learn more about mathematics education in the Santa Ynez Valley and some exciting changes that are coming in 2014-15. This section will be updated often, so check back frequently for new content.
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.
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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.