The Irvine Compliments Facebook page is spreading positivity online and throughout the Irvine High campus.
The Irvine High School dance department presented its fall semester concert from Jan. 17-19.
A recent study has found that Jamaican-American teen immigrants who maintained ties to their heritage tended to be more successful in their communities.
Accompanying non-profit organization Operation Rainbow, junior Rachel Blevins-Boor traveled to Ecuador Sept. 21-30 to help provide medical aid to those suffering from orthopedic conditions like extreme scoliosis or club foot.
Four hundred United States soldiers, sailors, and Marines marched in full uniform at San Diego’s annual LGBT Pride Parade last Saturday.
Radburn Royer is unable to obtain private health and life insurance—because he donated a kidney to his daughter Erika in 2008.
Irvine High’s Quiz Bowl team ranked 29th nationwide and 1st in southern California at the
National Academic Quiz Tournament (NAQT) Nationals in Atlanta, Ga. Memorial Day weekend.
Researchers say even a short exposure to loud noise levels can cause permanent damage.
Most people only dream of studying abroad—let alone of traveling across Europe. But Irvine High School humanities teacher Jennifer Donnelly has been there, done that.
Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) have discovered that iron deficiency in adolescence may affect brain structure in adulthood.