Clovis West High School


Clovis West High School was opened in 1976 as the second high school in Clovis Unified School District (there are now five). Clovis West High School is actually located in northeast Fresno, California but has strong ties to the community of Clovis, California. Clovis West High School is known throughout the state for its commitment to excellence and has been recognized as a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School.

Fresno is a community of 475,000 and is located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley. Located just west of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, Fresno is a one hour drive from Yosemite (the "Crown Jewel" of the National Park System), Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks.

Agriculture is the central economic force in Fresno County. Farming in Fresno County includes grapes, figs, all varieties of tree fruit and nuts, cotton and various grains. Much of the United States relies on the agricultural production of the San Joaquin Valley. If you eat, you know us!


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