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Let's start with some information on the school. Camarillo is in the Oxnard Union High school district and serves grades 9 to 12. The school is not a title 1 eligible school and is not a charter school.
As an old German proverb says, "Those who get lost on the way to school will never find their way through life" — but don't worry we know where Camarillo High School is located. The school is located at 4660 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA 93012 in Ventura County. The school is in a City, Small Territory inside an urbanized area and inside a principal city with a population less than 100,000. That's what the school board says anyway. Many Camarillo High School Apartments for rent are located nearby.
But a school is more than its location – it is students and teachers. As Henry Brooks Adams said – "a teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops." Camarillo High School has 2406 students enrolled and 87.9 teachers for a student to teacher ratio of 27 which compares unfavorable to the national average of 15 students per teacher. 8% of students receive free or reduced lunches compared to the national average of 44%.
If you're trying to find an apartment rental near the school, you must know which apartment rentals are available and contact these apartments for rent quickly. Below is a list of Camarillo High School Apartments. View these popular apartment prices, pictures and floorplans plus check availability or use our apartment resource that allows you to filter the apartment listings by rent, beds and baths.
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