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One student from each local school is honored for persevering and improving, often despite tough obstacles.
The school earns praise for a model program that nurtures respect and understanding among students.
Students and staff earn special recognition.
Schools form 171 additional partnerships with local businesses and organizations, bringing the total to a record high of 1,287 new and ongoing partnerships.
Actor Levar Burton, former NASA astronaut Jose M. Hernandez and CNN anchor Fareed Zakaria will address the nation's urban school leaders at a fall conference hosted by LBUSD.
Student musicians from Wilson Classicial High School earn multiple awards at a San Francisco festival, while the school's drama teacher is up for an honor at next month's Tony Awards.
Seniors in the high school's PEACE Academy take part in Whittier College's Amy Biehl Foundation Project on Human Rights and Social Responsibility.
The high school's Business and Entertainment School of Travel, Trade and Tourism earns a key certification that recognizes high quality career and college prep academies.
Teams of students from the high school win multiple honors at the Project ECHO business plan finals.
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Students will receive diplomas at 12 ceremonies. View the graduation schedule.
DeWayne Hundley, a custodian at Lakewood High School, earns the Classified Employee of the Year Award.
The school board approves an agreement providing classified employees the same salary increase and health benefit package that other employees received earlier this school year.
Rankings of America’s best high schools released today by U.S. News and World Report include six schools here, an all-time high for the Long Beach Unified School District.
The North Long Beach middle school captures its third consecutive title at the annual robotics contest.
The elementary school earns national recognition for eco-friendly practices and exemplary environmental education.
Graduation rates increase here for the third consecutive year, again surpassing state and county rates. Students of color in Long Beach schools also outperform their peers countywide and statewide.
Seven local high schools make the Washington Post's latest rankings of America's most challenging high schools. The list includes only the top 11 percent of the approximately 22,000 U.S. public high schools in terms of their ability to offer rigorous college prep instruction.
Lakewood High School's Sandra Patton is selected for the honor by the Long Beach School Librarians Association.