West Covina Unified will establish the next premier performing arts academy in Southern California, empowering students to delve into their creative potential, gain insight from industry professionals and prepare for a future in the arts.
Merced Elementary School has been recognized as a 2020 California Distinguished School by the California Department of Education, praised for taking an innovative approach to bolstering English language arts, reading and math skills.
As 2019 draws to a close, I am pleased to reflect on the recent accomplishments of our students, teachers, staff, and community.
Mt. SAC Early College Academy freshmen presented compelling evidence at the Academy’s second annual Environmental Solutions Fair of the detrimental effects of man’s interaction with nature and advanced their own solutions.
A senior in Edgewood High School’s International Baccalaureate (IB) program, inspired to seek new academic and professional challenges, has won a coveted award that will help her launch the startup company SafeDetect.
Mr. Rose and Mr. Adell discussed what it means to be a California District of Choice and highlight the academic programs and resources.
West Covina Unified’s vast array of educational opportunities went on full display this October, as the District hosted local leaders, explored college opportunities and celebrated our extraordinary educators, students, and alumni.
Edgewood High School senior Brandon Lam received an Honorable Mention from the National Merit Scholarship program for achieving stellar scores on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT).
Coronado High School Principal Shavon Roberts has just completed her first month as the school’s top administrator, finding herself inspired by the commitment and diligence of the school’s faculty and staff.
West Covina High School – which was named to the College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Roll in February – produced 128 AP Scholars in 2018-19, underscoring the school’s college-readiness efforts and commitment to academic excellence.
West Covina Unified School District welcomed community members, business leaders and city officials to step into school leadership roles during its second annual Principal for a Day event on Oct. 11.
Karla Toledo, Dual Language Instructor from Orangewood Elementary, named in top 16 L.A. County Teachers of the Year.
West Covina Unified students and their parents began planning the first steps toward higher education at the fifth annual District College Fair, held Oct. 2 at West Covina High School.
West Covina Unified was featured on the Oct. 1 episode of California School News Radio.
The first two months of the 2019-20 year brought new learning opportunities and recognitions of excellence to West Covina Unified, signaling that this is to be our best year yet.