The Irvine Public Schools Foundation’s ACE program is a high-quality district-wide program that provides opportunities for students in elementary and middle school to participate in classes both fun and academic while staying in their school environment. These fee-based enrichment classes are coordinated by volunteers at each of the school sites and are taught by pre-approved professionals. Classes offered include art, chess, languages, sports, digital animation/filmmaking as well as homework help, math and science classes. More than 4,200 students benefit from ACE classes each year.
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Child care programs
The City of Irvine, in partnership with IUSD, offers affordable childcare for K-6 students. For more information, visit cityofirvine.org/irvine-child-care-project-program-sites.
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Expanded Learning opportunities program
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Youth Action Team
High School Youth Action Team
The High School Youth Action Team provides high school age youth the opportunity to participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of services for their peers. The program consists of student representatives from all Irvine high schools and local private schools. YAT members organize teen activities and represent their peers to various community groups. Click here for more information.
MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM
The goal of the Middle School Program is to engage youth in positive social-recreational activities during non-school hours. Youth are encouraged to participate in the development and implementation of program activities that focus on community service, personal skill development, and social recreation. Services are provided in cooperation with the Irvine Unified School District. Click here for more information.
YOuth Employment Services
The Irvine Youth Employment Services is a skill developing and job search empowerment service for students ages 16-25. Through workshops, resume building, mock interviews and job leads, students become equipped for success in their employment endeavors.