Beckman High School (Irvine 92602) Is A Top High School In Tustin Unified School District

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Arnold O. Beckman High School (Irvine, CA 92602) opened in August 2004 with both ninth and tenth grade levels. Beckman became the third comprehensive high school in the Tustin Unified School District.

 

Beckman, located in the city of Irvine, rests in the heart of Orange County. Beckman services the residential communities of Tustin, Irvine, and Santa Ana.

 

Beckman’s student population has grown to over 1,950 and will graduate its first senior class in June of 2007. Beckman proudly educates a diverse ethnic and socioeconomic community. This community is an active and supportive one with tremendous involvement in the school’s many support organizations.

 

Western Association of schools and Colleges (WASC)

National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)

NACAC Statement of Principles of Good Practice.

 

The mission of Beckman High School is to produce students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post secondary education by pursuing the most rigorous course of study resulting in achievement inside and outside the classroom.

 

This philosophy emphasizes connecting students to school through the disciplines of academics, athletics, arts, and activities. Evidence of Beckman’s commitment to this philosophy can be seen in the number of students participating in athletics, the arts, and activities program. Currently over 70% of the students are involved in the school’s extra and co-curricular programs.

 

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