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 Participate in the Arts Magnet Program at Irvington High School![link to:]


8th Graders: Are you imaginative or artistic?  Would you benefit from instruction that recognizes your creative temperament and strengths?  If you answered yes, then the Arts Magnet program at Irvington might be the perfect fit!

As members of the Arts Magnet program, ninth-grade students participate in the Center for Creative Arts academic “family.” In these classes, the core curriculum is enhanced by arts-based activities that target the students’ artistic strengths. All students have the opportunity to excel, both artistically and academically. Students in the CCA have shared interests and a common bond with their classmates and teachers, creating a rich and exciting high school experience. Students in the Arts Magnet program are also expected to take advantage of Irvington’s diverse elective course offerings in the arts. At IHS, there is an artistic opportunity for everyone from the curious beginner to the experienced artist. In partnership with Ohlone College, Irvington offers the most advanced arts classes in the district, in both the Visual and Performing Arts. Visual arts courses include Photography, Sculpture, Drawing, Painting, and Digital arts. In the Performing Arts, students can take classes in Drama, Stagecraft, Dance, Choir, Band, Orchestra, and Music Theory.

Visit or contact Ms. Chandra Friend at for more information!

 Interested in Applying for an Academy Family? (For Irvington Attendance Area students ONLY)
 The Information Technology Academy (ITA) is a California Partnership Academy (CPA) designed to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Students in this program enter a course of study (commonly referred to as a "school within a school") to learn about information Communication Technology (ICT).
New Media Arts Academy

The term New Media refers to the emerging areas of digitally networked information which includes digital pod casts, dedicated online publications, and design and image manipulation. The NMAA will prepare its students for careers in New Media with a fine arts emphasis with an emphasis on film, photography, and sound.


 Registration for the May 2015 AP Exams will begin  February 17 and end on Friday, March 13, 2015. Registration is online at  NO LATE REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

 Registration for the 2015/2016 school year will begin the week of February 16th: Counselors visit all English classrooms to distribute registration materials and discuss the registration process/graduation requirements/college requirements.

February 23rd-March 17th: Counselors meet with each student individually to enter course requests/answer questions/make sure course prerequisites have been satisfied. This is done during the school day through their English class. *Counselors are unavailable for parent appointments during the registration window (Feb 16-Mar 17th) due to being in classrooms/meeting individually with students. For more information visit the counselor's registration page:


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Parents and Students you can access school loop via Please note that 9th grade students and parents will have to set up their school loop account.

Simply visit the school loop site and click on Register Now in the bottom right of the screen and follow the online directions.
Many teachers use school loop to publish grades and assignments online, it can also provide a great communication tool for parents, students and teachers. For help getting started visit this link.



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