Seven West Covina Unified schools were recognized for their efforts to provide equity for every student, earning places on the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) Honor Roll based on their overall performance on state standardized tests.
May brought many opportunities for celebration in West Covina Unified, as students, teachers, and staff garnered accolades for their hard work in and out of the classroom, demonstrated their excellence in International Baccalaureate and raised awareness for important causes.
More than 80 Orangewood Elementary fifth-graders presented capstone projects on May 28 that delved into such topics as the addictive nature of video games, how YouTube targets audiences and barriers to women playing football...
Edgewood and West Covina high schools have been ranked in the top 20 percent of schools in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, recognizing their successful International Baccalaureate (IB) and Advanced Placement (AP) programs.
Three West Covina High School student journalists received national recognition for their design talents in the Quill and Scroll 2019 Writing, Photo and Multimedia Contest and Blogging Competition.
West Covina High School’s Bulldogs Ending Stigma Together (BEST) Club members “burst the stigma” with a balloon-popping activity during the WCUSD Mental Wellness Festival on May 18.
Wearing a perpetual smile and building trusting relationships, Orangewood Elementary School kindergarten teacher Karla Toledo has quickly established herself as a leader among her peers and an inspiration to her students.
April proved to be a busy month in West Covina Unified, as we celebrated construction progress on new facilities, demonstrations of student excellence and introduced new courses.
Parents and/or students will be able to review and complete school forms easily through our online system. Gone are the days of endless repetitive forms. LEARN MORE