Throughout the month of February, West Covina Unified students showcased their talents and intellect across a variety of academic and enrichment programs.
Welcomed by the rhythmic beat of West Covina High School’s drumline, hundreds of prospective families descended on the campus to explore academic, arts, athletics and extracurricular offerings during the 1609 Showcase.
Edgewood High School junior Nour Sourakli will spend her summer abroad – studying Spanish language and culture – after earning a Global Navigator Scholarship from CIEE and the International Baccalaureate Organization.
As we move forward into a new decade, I am pleased to share exciting developments in West Covina Unified’s outstanding academic offerings.
Edgewood High School will expand its information technology (IT) curriculum in fall 2020, providing new learning opportunities to incoming freshmen with the debut of a Cisco Academy career technical education (CTE) pathway.
Edgewood High School senior Yuriko Chavez’s poetic perspective on social justice won her the 2019-20 Romero Scholarship for Excellence in Spoken Word on Jan. 20.
Dual Language Immersion
Children learn to think, read, write and communicate in English and Spanish or Mandarin.
Students are equipped with technical skills to succeed in future careers.
Students attend college classes and earn credit on their high school campus.
IB World Schools
The IB Programme is offered at Orangewood and Edgewood schools.