|Golden Valley High School|
27051 Robert C. Lee Parkway
|Mascot||Graham the Grizzly|
|Website||Golden Valley High School|
Golden Valley High School is a school in the William S. Hart Union High School District in the Canyon Country neighborhood of Santa Clarita, California, United States. The school first opened in 2004 with a new campus, admitting freshmen and sophomores; the first class graduated in 2007.
Golden Valley High School was built with grants from the state of California's Financial Hardship Assistance program. After initially sitting dormant after construction, the school's theater was finished around 2010.
Golden Valley started its athletics program when the school first opened in 2004.
In 2011 the boys' cross country team succeeded in achieving their first state championship in CIF Division II. They also placed 11th at the Nike Cross Nationals in Portland, Oregon.
The school has two competitive show choirs, the mixed-gender "Voltage" and the female-only "Vibes".
In 2019, the school's GVTV (Golden Valley Television) won Best Daily Live Announcement Show on the West Coast from Student Television Network.
The school is host to the U. S. Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps unit CA-20063.
As of the 2020-21 school year, 2,138 students were enrolled at Golden Valley High School. 60.1% of students were Hispanic, 16.4% were non-Hispanic white, 11.0% were Asian American, and 8.3% were African American. As of 2019-20, 1,058 students (49.3%) were eligible for free or reduced-price lunch.