Way back in November, students from University and Woodbridge high schools put their knowledge of algebra, geometry, calculus, programming and other disciplines to the test in the 14th annual High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling. But this was no ordinary contest. Organized by the Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications, the über-rigorous competition challenged teams of up to four students to solve one of two real-world conundrums – we’ll tell you more about those in a minute – over the course of 36 consecutive hours.
When the California Music Educators Association holds its annual All-State Orchestra performance next month, 112 of the state’s finest high school musicians will take the stage to form an ensemble of young all-stars.
We interrupt your regularly scheduled winter recess to share a little good news. Two weeks after releasing its middle school rankings, The Orange County Register offered its take on the O.C.'s best high schools, and all four of IUSD's comprehensive campuses earned recognition. Northwood High led the way locally at No.
The Orange County Register released its latest breakdown of the county’s best middle schools on Sunday, and taking the No. 1 spot this year is (drumroll, please!) ... Irvine’s own South Lake Middle School.