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All the news that matters in Irvine, CA

IMPORTANT REMINDER FOR STUDENTS FINISHING DEGREES AND/OR CERTIFICATES

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By Nathan Quach ​If you are taking the last course(s) to complete a certificate and/or
degree at IVC you must apply for your certificate and or degree through
your My Site by September 1.The Career
Center is offering workshops and CTE drop-in counseling times to assist you with the process. […]

IUSD Ranks Top in State and County for California Assessment Scores

By Annie Brown
The Irvine Unified School District’s state standardized assessment scores have outperformed both state and county score averages, with IUSD ranking the highest in the state among public school districts of 25,000 or more for students who exceeded the standards in both Math and English Language Arts/Literacy. IUSD was also the top […]

Irvine police believe a man shot his mother then shot himself at a Turtle Rock home
Irvine Shooting News

Irvine, CA (Aug. 25, 2016): This is an update to the earlier press release.
Arriving Irvine Police Department (IPD) officers located a female and male who were deceased from apparent gunshot wounds. The pair were identified as Polly Chao Yau, 64, and her son Ryan Cj Yau, 27.
Evidence at the scene suggests that the son shot his […]

IUSD Opens Portola High School and Beacon Park K-8

By Annie Brown
As IUSD kicked off the 2016-17 school year on August 24, it opened two new schools; Portola High School, the District’s fifth comprehensive high school, and Beacon Park K-8. Serving the Great Park Neighborhoods and parts of north Irvine, both schools are state-of-the-art educational facilities designed to foster collaboration, innovation and […]