Irvine Unified School District schools are becoming so technologically advanced that even computer labs — once the embodiment of high-tech teaching and learning — are becoming objects of nostalgia.
All year long, Irvine Police D.A.R.E. Officer Alex Mendoza had been teaching Beacon Park School students to be good kids, so what happened recently shouldn’t surprise anyone.
In June, high school seniors collected their diplomas from the Irvine Unified School District as newly minted members of the Class of 2018.
More than 650 Irvine Unified School District students performed at Segerstrom Concert Hall recently for the 36th annual Donald Bren Honors Concert.
On the day he graduated from UC Irvine, Arthur Avetisov spent his morning picking up bottles and cans.
Got a startup idea? Come pitch it at the weekly “1 Million Cups” program at the Cove @ UCI.
Next month, a satellite named IRVINE01 will launch into space cheered by more than 140 Irvine students — who built it.
Irvine Unified School District recognizes exceptional instructors at the elementary, middle and high school levels.
Irvine schools provide something few others in the nation do: science, art and music classes in grades 4-6.
What makes Irvine unique? Is it the fact that one-third of the city is open space? Or that a third of all Fortune 500 companies call…