As a college student, Christopher Kernutt was in search of a career that would help others. He found his calling in teaching.
Irvine students made history Dec. 3 with the launch of their second satellite in less than a month.
A satellite built by Irvine students launched into space on Sunday. The 2.3-pound, solar-powered satellite, called a CubeSat, is about twice the size of a Rubik’s Cube.
Two University High School students recently won an entrepreneurship competition and $15,000 toward their efforts to help less fortunate children learn how to code.
The Irvine Unified School District was ranked second highest in California for the percentage of students who met or exceeded standards in both English and math.
Irvine public schools are in the midst of a $270 million makeover to ensure all students, not just those in newer neighborhoods, have access to the latest learning tools and environment.
Irvine once again was named among the best communities in the nation for its commitment to music education.
Forget about the old days when students sat in front of rows of desktop computers in a lab. At Irvine public schools, digital tools like…
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.