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About Cache Creek High School

Cache Creek High School is Woodland Joint Unified School District's continuation high school.  The five-acre campus is located in the rural town of Yolo, just north of Woodland, off of Interstate 5.  Cache Creek High School enrolls approximately 180 eleventh and twelfth grade students.  The school currently serves students in Woodland and the neighboring towns of Knights Landing, Zamora, and Yolo. Current WJUSD students are accepted to CCHS through an application process that starts with counselors at Woodland and Pioneer High Schools. Students coming to WJUSD from another comprehensive high school outside the district are directed to enroll at their new home school, either Woodland or Pioneer. Eleventh and 12th grade students coming to WJUSD from an alternative education program should contact CCHS to determine appropriate placement. 


Once a student is accepted, the parent/guardian and student must attend a mandatory orientation. Orientations are schedule either through WHS/PHS counselors or CCHS administration.

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