Numerous IUSD students demonstrated their exceptional skills, earning qualifications for the upcoming state competition scheduled for April.
Sierra Vista Middle School, Jeffrey Trail Middle School, University High School, Portola High School and Northwood High School Science Olympiad teams secured their spot at the April 6 State Science Olympiad competition.
IUSD is hiring a principal for Irvine High School. Qualified candidates are invited to apply by February 28, 2024.
IPSF and the City of Irvine offer affordable and high-quality programs that allow Irvine students to stay connected to others and keep their minds active.
Woodbridge High's Academic Decathlon Team won the county championship, marking their seventh win in eight years and Uni placed second overall. Both schools will advance to state.
Northwood High's Model UN team was the only California school to compete in this prestigious international competition, receiving awards and recognition.
If you are a high school junior looking for a productive way to spend this year’s summer break and enhance your college admission/application preparedness, consider applying for the Career Exploration Experience (CEE) program.
As we strive to prepare students for an ever-changing world, focusing on strategies for resilience, adaptability and a growth mindset can set them up for success. See helpful tips from our Counseling and Mental Health teams.
Students need to be prepared to navigate the challenges of today but also to lead and innovate in the dynamic landscapes of tomorrow.
One tool aligned with the District's overarching goal of continuous improvement is Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), a research-based school-wide system that prepares students for college, career, and life readiness.