This year marks the Irvine Unified School District’s 50th anniversary. When IUSD hired its first superintendent, Stanley Corey, in 1972, it had just two conditions for him: Create a “superior” district. And do it in two years.
Their parents instilled the values of hard work and service at a young age.
An Irvine robotics team is building more than robots – it’s building champions. So far in 2022, Team Code Orange has won two regional events and was a finalist at the FIRST Championship, one of the largest robotics competitions in the world. Now it’s preparing for a new season.
A recent study ranked Irvine Valley College the best community college in California.
A high school junior from Irvine has been named the grand-prize winner of the national We the Students Essay Contest.
A team of six students from Orchard Hills School has won the VEX Robotics World Championship – one of the largest robotics competitions in the world.
The Congressional Award gold medal – the highest civilian honor that Congress bestows on young Americans – has been awarded to 35 Irvine students.
Meet Irvine’s extraordinary Class of 2022.
You don’t need to be a student or even have kids to benefit from Irvine’s educational excellence. Irvine’s great schools deliver value for every resident.
Sierra Vista Middle School became the first in Irvine Unified School District history to win a national title at the Science Olympiad, one of the most prestigious science, technology engineering and math competitions in the U.S.