It's time to finally bid adieu to the 2018-2019 school year.
The Port of Long Beach awarded $100,000 in scholarships to area high school students last month at the port's sixth annual Celebrate Education event.
The city of Long Beach has partnered with the Mayor's Fund for Education to unveil a plan of action that provides more access to early education for parents and youngsters.
High schools in the Long Beach Unified School District continue to reach new heights with existing pathway programs and innovative curriculum.
A new school year is almost here, and it's time to double check that everything is ready to go in time for the first day of class in the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD).
Last Monday, Jordan High School — in partnership with Vice Mayor Rex Richardson and Megan Kerr, Board of Education board member — unveiled a new set of banners that recognizes the accomplishments of the North Long Beach seniors.
Destyni Proby is entering the University of California, San Diego, as a freshman in the fall — but not before leaving her own legacy as one of the 32 valedictorians in Poly High School's class of 2018.
At least 100 students in the Long Beach Unified School District marched to City Hall last Friday to protest gun violence.
Students from the Long Beach Unified School District are getting a close-up view of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach (TGPLB) tomorrow, Friday.
Fifth grade students at Lowell Elementary are expressing themselves artistically — and using science and learning tools provided by a nonprofit to help them do it.
High school seniors in the Long Beach Unified School District can apply for the Larry Acterman Public Education Award (LAPEA), a permanently-endowed fund at the Orange County Community Foundation.
In the wake of the Florida school shooting, followed by several on-campus threats here, the Long Beach Unified School Board is expected to pass a resolution Wednesday urging "commonsense" legislation to reduce gun violence in schools.
One school in the Long Beach Unified School District had an opportunity recently to demonstrate augmented reality (AR) in the classroom.
Mayor Robert Garcia announced last week a new program intended to help Long Beach families connect with their preschool to kindergarten-aged scholars.
Long Beach Water is partnering with Grades of Green, a Los Angeles-based environmental education nonprofit, to work with schools in the Long Beach Unified School District to help with water conservation initiatives.
Cabrillo High School has found success in a new Pathway program that emphasizes workforce principles in the global trade and logistics career paths.
Winter Break in the Long Beach Unified School District begins on Christmas day, Monday, Dec. 25, through Friday, Jan. 5. Classes resume on Monday, Jan. 8. Friday, Dec. 22, is a minimum day for all K-12 students in the district. Classes will be dismissed between 12:50 and 1 p.m.
The Long Beach Unified School District has earned the District of the Year award from the business news publisher Industry Dive and its publication, Education Dive.
Whole Foods Market is helping schools revitalize Teacher Gardens, originally established by The American Heart Association in 2011.
Dr. Debra Duardo, Los Angeles County Superintendent of Schools, has selected 16 teachers in L.A. County to honor at the annual Los Angeles County Teachers of the Year banquet.
Long Beach's St. Anthony High School was awarded $10,000 from the William H. Hannon Foundation. The grant will go toward's the school's academic support program, the Support Team Education Plan (STEP).
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science (CAMS) has been recognized this week as one of America's top schools, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
Long Beach Unified is the third largest public school district in the state, but there still are several private, faith-based and charter school alternatives in the Long Beach area.
Browning High School opened its doors to its first class of freshmen — around 150 students — yesterday, Aug. 30.
Some Long Beach students aren't able to start the school year with new, fitting uniforms and backpacks or school supplies on their own.
Long Beach Unified School District's (LBUSD) 2017-2018 school year starts on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Start the school year off with all requirement boxes checked.
The band program at the Catholic school was non-existent until Bruno Cilloniz, St. Joseph's musical director, took the stage and began laying the groundwork for the program.
"I think it’s one of the best Head Start Programs in the area," Dr. Claudia Sosa-Valderrama, director of Long Beach Unified School District's (LBUSD) Head Start and Early Head Start programs, said.
The Long Beach Unified School District was announced earlier this month as one of five winning districts in the 2017 Official SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) Practice All In Challenge.
The graduating classes — in recent years, not just this year — are shining," Mike Schabert, St. Anthony High School's principal since 2008, said.
With a 100% graduation rate and with every graduate attending a two- or four-year college or university in the fall, it isn't difficult to see how the students are exceptional.
Carver Elementary School hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this month for the district's first playground designed to accommodate the school's special needs students.
The Migrant Education Program is a federally funded program that operates at Smith Elementary School, and offers programs for parents and students on Saturdays. Students and families are able to receive informational and educational assistance while enrolled in school.
Williams is only 17, but has managed to maintain a 4.0 GPA as well as participate in after-school clubs, tutor her Wilson peers in physics and calculus and win medals on the Bruins track and field team.
McBride High School's first freshman class made an appearance on the campus four years ago, and today, students from that class will be walking the graduation stage and accepting diplomas.
A Long Beach family has given back to the community by establishing a scholarship fund for area students. Jimmy Chavez, a graduate from Poly High School, organized the $20,000 Chavez Family Scholars Program scholarship fund with his father, James Chavez. Together, they awarded the scholarship money to four Poly students in the PACE (Program of Additional Curricular Experiences) program.
Henry Elementary first introduced their dual immersion pilot courses in 1989, immersing its students in a 90-10 Spanish and English-language learning program in the classroom, beginning with kindergarten. The program has helped students become proficient in both Spanish and English languages.