Thousand Oaks High School
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|Thousand Oaks High School|
|2323 N. Moorpark Road
Thousand Oaks, California 91360
|School district||Conejo Valley Unified School District|
|Color(s)||Green, white and black|
Thousand Oaks High School is a high school established in 1962 and located in Thousand Oaks, California, United States. It is a California Distinguished School, and offers curriculum at all levels. The mascot is the Lancer.
The school competes in the Marmonte League.
- 1993 Men's Cross Country CIF State Champion.
- 1993 Woman's Cross Country CIF State Champion.
- 1994 Men's Cross Country CIF State Champion.
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- David Anderson - wide receiver with the Houston Texans
- Amanda Bynes - actress
- Colbie Caillat - Singer
- Chuck Crim - former MLB baseball player
- Raja Fenske - actor
- Marion Jones - former track and field athlete
- David Mikkelson - founder of snopes.com
- Chance Myers - defender for the Kansas City Wizards
- Sam Querrey - tennis player
- Michael Richards - comedian and actor; Seinfeld
- Kurt Russell - actor
- Kurt Stillwell - former MLB baseball player, all-star in 1988
- M. Ward - singer/songwriter; member of the band She and Him
- Jack Wilson - Atlanta Braves shortstop, All-Star in 2004
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