Irvine Unified School District outperformed both California and Orange County averages in state standardized assessment scores for the sixth consecutive year.
IUSD ranked No. 1 in the state in science, mathematics and English language arts/literacy (ELA) among public school districts of 35,000 or more students.
“These results represent an unprecedented moment in time and are a reflection of our strong partnership with teachers, staff, students and families, and our commitment to continuous improvement and student-centered learning,” says IUSD Superintendent Terry Walker.
Last spring, students in third through eighth grades and 11th grade participated in the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress tests in mathematics and ELA. Students in fifth and eighth grades and 11th and 12th grades also took the California Science Test.