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High School at Moorpark College

Moorpark Unified School District

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    Admin & Staff
    Shirleen Oplustic - Principal

    Celina Sanchez - Counselor

    Mariana Gaeta -  Secretary


    Jessica Hendrix-Sandoval

    History/Social Science

    Eric Hoobs

    History/Social Science

    Melissa Pistone


    Marlene (Rita) Peters


    Jessica Martin


    High School at Moorpark College SARC

    HSMC's 2020-21 School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is now available online! Please click the link below to access this document.

    HSMC School Accountability Report Card

    HSMC's 2021-2022 Comprehensive School Safety Plan (CSSP)is now available online!  Please click here to access the document.

    First Day
    Welcome to HSMC

    The High School At Moorpark College is a Middle College (HSMC) dual enrollment program in which students take English and Social Studies classes at the high school level and Math, Science, Foreign Language and other electives at Moorpark College to fulfill the requirements for graduation and the Associates Degree. 

    HSMC is dedicated to assisting students with reaching their full potential and getting a head start on their future.

    The expectation is that students representing HS@MC will perform academically and behave like college students.

    HSMC is not a charter school or a credit recovery program, and does not graduate students early.

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    THE 2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR



    Applications Will Open November 1, 2022

    Please email application questions

    or materials to


    MUSD Virtual Wellness Center

    Achieve the Core Family Guides

    For questions or concerns regarding discrimination, harassment, intimidation, bullying or sexual harassment, please contact the District's Discrimination, Equity, and Title IX Compliance Officers: Donna Welch, Asst. Superintendent of Instructional Services, or Dr. Cathrine Lasure, Asst. Supt. of Personnel Services, 5297 Maureen Lane, Moorpark, CA 93021, (805) 378-6300, or

    AR 4119.11

    BP 4119.11

    E 4119.12


    The WeTip Program is a national school safety program that is available for all community members (not just students, teachers and other staff members) to safely and anonymously report information (criminal, student safety, vandalism, etc.) to operators who then contact local law enforcement, school administrators and all appropriate reporting agencies.  WeTip operators are available 24/7/365.


    Online reporting is also available at:

    In our ongoing efforts to keep our school community safety the Moorpark Unified School District Board of Education and administration is happy to provide this additional safety measure.

    The WeTip reporting hotline number is:

    1-800-78-CRIME (1-800-782-7463)

    Thank you for your support as we continue our ongoing efforts to provide safe a learning environment for our students.

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