OngoingJunior Prom tickets go on saleCheer Tryout Clinics
(more information)Mar 28 Junior Prom, 6:30 - 11:30 pmBlackhawk Auto Museum
Apr 2 Cheerleading Tryouts, 3:30-6pm,
Mini Gym G3
(more information)Apr 23 & 24 CAASPP: CST/CMA Science Tests,
10th Grade (More about testing)
May 18 - June 5 CAASPP testing (SBAC)
for all Juniors in English Language Arts and Mathematics.
(more information)May 21 Open HouseMay 29 Powder Puff Game (Juniors vs. Seniors)
6 PM TAK Stadium
Feb 24 - Mar 13 Program Waiver available
for Japanese (4 year program).Must be renewed every year.
Due March 13.Feb 24 - Mar 13 Magnet Applications
for Irvington's Visual and Performing
Arts ProgramMust be renewed every year.
Due March 13.Mar 2 - Registration begins for grades 7-12
May 4-7 - Parents apply for open enrollment lottery
at resident school site
By noon on May 7
May 11-27 - (New students) Intra-district transfer
applications considered for open schools.
Application should be time and date stamped.
For the second time, students from Mission San Jose High School have the opportunity to present a breakthrough technology on an international stage.
Mission San Jose High School senior Dustin Chiang has been selected as an alternate to represent California at the 53rd-annual U.S. Senate Youth Program.
The term 'Last Man Standing' is often used metaphorically, but few can truly relate.
Summit Diplomats in Conrad Challenge
Swaminathan Venkateswaran and Alex Tam, both in 11th grade, are the team members selected as Summit Diplomats in the Conrad Challenge. They will be going to the Kennedy Space Center as part of this selection. Their idea (A&S Studios - Cl!P) was selected under the cyber technology and security category. Watch the video!
Science students from throughout FUSD performed well, including a sweep of first-place positions, in the 2015 Bay Area Science Olympiad.
Textbooks under consideration for the AP U.S. History Class will be available for review March 30-31 at the FUSD District Office.
Irvington High School's Conservatory Theatre's presentation of 'Into the Woods' will answer the question of what really happens after 'happily ever after.'
The California State Board of Education voted to suspend use of the Academic Performance Index (API) this school year.