The National Center for Family Literacy honors Long Beach School for Adults teacher Carolyn Blocker with the 2013 Toyota Teacher of the Year Award.
The team wins first place at the Sharp National Dance and Cheer Competition.
Students at the high school achieve the top SAT scores in California, and the fourth highest scores in the nation, according to the latest Newsweek rankings.
LBUSD earns a five-year, $7.5 million grant from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation to support implementation of Common Core State Standards in math for grades K-8.
The school's Academy of Law and Justice hosts a week of activities connected to public service and law-related careers.
California Business for Education Excellence recognizes 17 local schools for academic achievement and improvement.
Students entering first through eighth grades can sign up for the popular classes in music, art, science, cooking and more.
Six LBUSD schools are among America’s Best High Schools, according to the latest Newsweek rankings.
The Post names seven LBUSD high schools among the nation's best.
The newest ranking of America's best high schools by U.S. News and World Report includes four schools here.
The award from the U.S. Department of Education honors schools for their eco-friendly practices.
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science earns the top award from the California Department of Education.
The economics students surpass 25 other high school teams at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Graduation rates continue to rise in local high schools. The 90 percent target is part of LBUSD's 2011-16 Strategic Plan, which includes strategies to improve college and career readiness.
A commentary piece calls LBUSD a model district for improving student achievement.