For the second straight year, Woodbridge High School placed first in the Orange County Academic Decathlon, securing a place at the state academic decathlon in March.
IUSD is participating in Computer Science (CS) Week, which is designed to inspire students to learn how to code, develop computer science skills, and to be prepared for the digital economy.
For the third consecutive year, the Irvine Unified School District’s state standardized assessment scores have outperformed both state and Orange County score averages.
Superintendent Walker's ongoing role with CENIC in recent years has proved beneficial for IUSD and pivotal in bringing the first-ever 100-Gigabit per second K-12 internet connection to all 27 school districts in Orange County.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the National Merit Award semifinalists on Thursday, with IUSD students taking top honors in Southern California.
Portola High School recently hosted its first-ever “Take a Risk and Follow Your Passion Day” for its inaugural freshman class. This innovative program is a four-year process, from grades nine to twelve, culminating in a “Senior Passion Project.”
IUSD hosted two Portola High School dedication ceremonies to celebrate the District’s fifth comprehensive high school, which opened last August.
Congratulations to Henry Miller, Sierra Vista Middle School music teacher, for his designation as semifinalist for the national GRAMMY Music Educator Award presented by the Recording Academy and the GRAMMY Foundation. Henry is one of 25 semifinalists selected from 3,300 nominations from all U.S.