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Irvington receives Gold Ribbon Award and Exemplary Arts Education

Along with other FUSD high schools, American High School and Washington High School, Irvington was recognized as a Gold Ribbon award-winner at a regional ceremony in Santa Clara. Irvington High School was one of the 24 schools in California that received an Exemplary Program Award, and one of the 18 schools specifically recognized for their art programs (California Department of Education).

June 2, 2017

On May 2, the California Department of Education honored Irvington High School with the 2017 Gold Ribbon Schools Award Program and the Exemplary Arts Education Program Award. Irvington was one of the seven FUSD schools that were recognized by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson, amo...

Props to Education

Fiona Zhao, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016

On the ballot this year’s election, the main votes to education are simply put – Prop. 51 issues $9 billion in bonds to fund schools across California, while Prop. 55 increases taxes for higher-income families, raising funds towards general education. Despite the straightforward solutions, however, each propo...

No Life Skills for Life

July 25, 2016

Should high schools have social development classes? By Cathy Wang | Opinions Editor I know that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of a cell, and I can figure out in less than a second that 32 times 32 is 1024. But what’s the procedure for buying an apartment in a couple years? How do I set...

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