Nearly 60 Mt. SAC Early College Academy freshmen dazzled parents and educators with passionate presentations on eco-friendly burials, invasive species, light pollution, and fast fashion during the Academy’s first-ever Environmental Issues Fair on March 15.
Students throughout the San Gabriel Valley can pursue a rigorous, globally focused education pathway from transitional kindergarten through 12th grade through a newly established International Baccalaureate (IB) Continuum at West Covina Unified, a state-certified district of choice.
The West Covina Film Festival is accepting short films completed by youth (ages 12-18) as part of a contest to have one shown during this year's film festival. Films must be school appropriate and only up to six minutes in length. Continue to article for more details.
WEST COVINA, CA – West Covina Unified is furthering its efforts to provide excellence in education and citizenship through the addition of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP), housed at both Edgewood Middle and High Schools.
Nearly 60 freshmen at West Covina Unified’s Mt. SAC Early College Academy will present three months of research during the school’s Environmental Issues Fair, highlighting local issues like water conservation, ecofriendly burials and the environmental impact of overnight and two-day shipping services.
Orangewood Elementary School principal Janet Shirley was a guest on the March 6th episode of the California School News Radio podcast.
Parents can now enroll their children in West Covina Unified’s new Mandarin Dual Language (DLI) program as well as the District’s highly popular Spanish DLI program.
Coronado High School introduces Cougar Camp. Students are welcomed to attend Saturday School from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Check for specific dates.
Committees of teachers from elementary and secondary schools are currently meeting to evaluate and recommend math curriculum for district-wide adoption.