(Laguna Beach, CA) The Laguna Beach Unified Board of Education has approved a 4% salary increase for all non-temporary employees. It strives to recruit and retain the best professionals in the educational field to serve our students from Transitional Kindergarten (TK) to career.
In the Laguna Beach Unified School District, each student gains the knowledge, experience, world perspectives, and skills needed to become a lifelong learner and producer in a competitive and interconnected world.
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Two hundred and forty Laguna Beach High School (LBHS) students will walk across Laguna Beach High School’s Guyer Field on Thursday, June 10, 2021, to receive their high school diplomas. The ceremony will begin at seven o’clock in the evening.
Laguna Beach Unified is thrilled to have graduating seniors and their families come together to celebrate the successes and achievements of the Class of 2021. These students have navigated their senior year during a pandemic and have grown into strong, resilient individuals ready to conquer their future endeavors. As our graduates move on from LBHS, we are proud to see them continuing to CSUs, UCs, private schools, community colleges, out-of-state colleges, international universities, trade schools, Military, and chasing after their dreams.
We invited the Laguna Beach Unified stakeholders to view a panel discussion exploring relationships in our community. Panelists included students, teachers, parents, administrators, and superintendent Dr. Viloria. This event was supported by the middle and high school Challenge Success Teams, the LBHS Challenge Success Club and PTA Coffee Talk. To view this webinar visit: https://youtu.be/4G7LIBY4Quw
Laguna Beach Unified School District launches the LEAD Summer Enrichment Program. From writing to yoga to robotics to math students of all ages can continue to Learn, Enrich, Advance, and Discover in workshops rich in content and practice. These opportunities will support students for successful entry into the 2021-2022 school year.
Summer enrichment workshops will be offered over two weeks, Week 1: August 2-6, Week 2: August 9-13 at each of our four school sites at zero cost to families. Students may sign up for one class per weekly session. A handful of the courses offered will span the entire two weeks. There will be no transportation provided by the district as session start and end times vary.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked nearly 18,000 public high schools based on their state assessments and how well they prepare students for college. Once again, a number of Orange County campuses can be found high on the list.
Ranked School District in Orange County by Niche
Honor Roll Designation for Increasing AP Access
Social & Emotional Prevention and Intervention System
"No Place for Hate" designated schools by the ADL