Mon (10/23) - 9am Late Start

Tue/Wed (10/24&10/25) - Flex Schedule

Fri (10/27) - 1st Quarter Ends

Mon (10/30) - 9am Late Start

Tue (10/31) - Extended Lunch Schedule


New Student Enrollment

Course of Study (17-18)


Residency Verification and Affidavit Form for 2017-18 (.pdf)

Transcript Requests


A/B Day Calendar

Major Events Calendar

IHS Facilities Calendar

IUSD District Wide Calendar

Senior PhotosSouth Coast Photographic

Yearbook 17-18

IHS Principal's Honor Roll - Spring 2017

IHS Student Dance / Prom Permission Contract

IHS Saturday School Schedule 2017-18

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Student Forum Pink-Out Tailgate

Student Forum presents the annual pink-out tailgate before the football game this friday behind the practice gym. Come join us for hot dogs, other foods, and games! Food will be sold at $1 each. All proceeds will be donated to Breast Cancer Awareness.

When: 5pm - 7pm Friday (10/20)
Where: Behind the Practice Gym at Basketball Courts

Tailgate Flyer


Irvine High School will hold its HOMECOMING on Saturday, NOVEMBER 4th from 7:00pm-11:00pm at IRVINE HIGH SCHOOL. Tickets for the dance will go on sale 10/23 TO 10/27. 

Below are the ticket prices.  (please note that all detentions must be served prior to the purchase of a ticket).

TICKET SALES: Only ONE check per transaction, No split payments, No Refunds once ticket is purchased

·    OCTOBER 23: $35 with ASB/$40 w/o ASB sales during break & lunch 
·    OCTOBER 24: $35 with ASB/$40 w/o ASB  sales during break and lunch
·    OCTOBER 25: $35 with ASB /$40 w/o ASB sales during break and lunch
·    OCTOBER 26: $40 with ASB /$45 w/o ASB  during break and lunch. 
·    OCTOBER 27: $55  during break and lunch

The Dress Code for a dance will be strictly enforced- see attached for details on the dress code for Homecoming.  Students who are dressed inappropriately will be asked to go home and change.  No refunds will be issued. 
We do allow guests who do not attend IHS to attend homecoming.  A guest pass must be submitted at the time of purchase.  Please see attached.  

Dance Permission Slip and Guest Pass

College Planning Evening for Juniors and Parents

Join us for a panel presentation featuring representatives from the Community College System, Cal State University System, UC System, and Private and Independent College System. SAT and ACT testing will also be discussed.

When?: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 @ 6pm

Where?: IHS Theater

CA Healthy Kids Survey

Students in grades 9 and 11 will be asked in October 2017 to participate in the California Healthy Kids Survey sponsored by the California Department of Education.  This is a very important survey that will help IUSD and the state promote better health among our youth and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. The survey is completely anonymous.

If you have a student in grade 9 or 11, please read the attached form for information on the survey and for instructions on how to follow up if you want to withdraw your child.  If you do not want your child to complete the survey, you must complete this form.

Please return this form to Leah Fuller, located in the Counseling Office, no later than Friday, October 20th.

CHKS Notification and Withdrawal Form

Wellness Wednesday Workshop

Wellness Wednesday is a series of monthly workshops about mental health, wellness, and other topics relevant to Irvine High students.

Wellness Wenesday
October 18th, 2017
SLG at Lunch

All are welcome - don't miss out Vaqueros!
featuring a special presentation from Human Options
pizza will be provided for the first 40 students!

Topics included:
What does it mean to be in a healthy relationship?
What are the warning signs of a unhealthy relationship?
How can I get help if I am in an unhealthy relationship?
What supports are available to survivors of abuse?

Jr. Dance Club

Attention all K – 8th grade boys and girls! Irvine High School Dance Ensemble proudly presents… Jr. Dance Club. Classes meet on Monday from 3:30-4:30 beginning on October 16th.


Click on Jr. Dance Club Flyer for more information, sign-ups, and cost.


Imagine/Dream - A Fall Concert

Watch all IHS choirs perform in the upcoming fall concert Imagine/Dream. Join them as they sing on Tuesday October 17th, at 7 pm in the theater.

Reflections Art Contest

It’s time again to get your creativity on and start preparing your art project for the “Reflections Art Contest”. This is a great opportunity to get involved and publically display your artistic and creative abilities. You do not have to be a master artist to participate. Any skill level is welcome and encouraged. Recognition and participation awards will be presented to all. The theme for this year is “WITHIN REACH”. The submittal deadline is October 21, 2017. There are 6 categories: Dance, Music, Literature, Film, Photography, Visual Art.

More information to follow... For additional information on General Rules and entry form, please go to https://www.pta.org/reflections

Counseling Department Newsletter - Fall 2017

The Irvine High School Counseling Department welcomes you to the 2017-18 school year! We hope that you had an enjoyable summer and we are excited to work with your family this upcoming school year! Our goal is to provide academic, personal-social, and college and career planning support to all students as well as prepare them for their post secondary goals. In an effort to keep students and families informed, we hope that you will find these upcoming events and resources valuable.

Counseling Department Newsletter


Don't forget to order your 2017-18 yearbook now! Yearbooks are available at a cost of $100. Prices will continue to increase throughout the year, so don't delay.

Introduction to Naviance


Irvine High School now utilizes a web-based program called NAVIANCE FAMILY CONNECTION, sponsored by IPSF for IUSD 7-12 students and brought to you by your IHS Counseling Team. Through search tools and activities it provides support and guidance to students, families and staff to promote student achievement and post-secondary success. It is also a tool to communicate information to students.

For instructions on how to start using Naviance

click here.

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