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The California Academy of Mathematics and Science earns a spot on Newsweek's list of America's top high schools.
School starts Wednesday, Sept. 2 for most students in the Long Beach Unified School District.
The Board of Education has moved its Tuesday, Oct. 6 meeting to Monday, Oct 5.
Twenty-one schools make the annual Honor Roll announced by the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence.
Several volunteer groups team up to deliver groceries to schools on Fridays in an effort to prevent hunger among needy families.
A new mentorship program graduates its first class of twelve students.
Students and staff earn special recognition.
Students from the high school help to raise more than $18,000 for preschoolers who are facing homelessness.
One student from each local school is honored for persevering and improving, often despite tough obstacles.
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A report from a national nonprofit group describes Long Beach as a statewide model for teacher preparation.
LBUSD Head Start, for children from low-income families, is now enrolling.
Graduating seniors here earn a record $96 million in scholarships and grants, surpassing the previous record set last year.
The K-8 school is named a 2015 Two-Way Bilingual Immersion School of Distinction.
A community initiative recognizes the high school's graduates with dozens of customized street banners.
The high school's amateur radio emergency communications team earns state and national honors.
The nurse at Marshall and Burcham schools is honored by the Long Beach School Nurses Association.
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.