Students returned to campus for the 2019-20 year on Aug. 15, ready to learn new languages, jumpstart their college education and strive for success thanks to expanded learning opportunities and the promise of new and upgraded facilities.
West Covina Unified students, educators and staff kept busy this summer, continuing to garner recognition for their achievements while also preparing for the new school year.
Nearly 100 West Covina Unified students and families in need will be ready for the 2019-20 school year after receiving new shoes, backpacks, hygiene kits and school supplies during the District’s third annual Back to School Kickoff, held July 31 at the WCUSD Family Resource Center.
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.