The Orange County Register has once again used a formula that combines test scores, graduation figures, enrollment data and other statistics to compile its breakdown of the county’s top public high schools.
At any given high school, you’ll find those those who excel in the classroom and those who shine on the athletic field. And then there are those exceptionally talented individuals who do both. It just so happens the Irvine Unified School District has quite a few student-athletes in the latter category, and last week many of them were honored at the 37th annual Irvine Senior Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet, sponsored by Vizio and hosted by The Exchange Club of Irvine.
Every year, students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology get a chance to recognize the high school teachers who helped fuel their success through the MIT Inspirational Teacher Award program. This year, a Northwood High School educator is among the honorees. Cathleen Zeleski, who teaches science at Northwood, won the award after being nominated by former student Bryan Changala, now an MIT freshman.
It was impressive enough that a pair of Bonita Canyon Elementary School sixth-graders traveled to the California State Science Fair in Los Angeles last week and placed first and third in their respective categories. But what makes this story particularly remarkable is the fact that the B.C.
Last week, the Board of Education recognized more than 100 certificated, classified and administrative employees who are set to retire on or before June 30. Terry Walker, assistant superintendent of Human Resources, introduced those who
A Sierra Vista Middle School teacher is among 25 educators nationwide who have been selected to study the Pueblo culture of the Mesa Verde Region this summer though the National Endowment for the Humanities.
At least a few investors still know how to make money in the stock market. A team of students from College Park Elementary School hand-picked stocks that earned virtual profits of $52,000 this year – enough to secure first-place for the entire Southern California region in the educational Stock Market Game.