• Mission Statement


    Irvington provides a safe, creative community that challenges students to develop their courage, empathy, knowledge, and passions.

    Graduates of Irvington are disciplined, life-long learners who persevere, advocate for themselves, and serve their community.

  • Contact Information


    Main Office 510 656-5711
    Office Hrs: 7:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m. Mon – Fri


    Please Note: Irvington High School also uses School Loop - for its email communication (login required) - and some Staff and Teacher pages Staff on School Loop (no login needed)

    Parent/Guardian Concern Flow Chart - Click on the link to the flow chart for guidance about who to contact if you have a concern

  • Counselors & Counseling


    ~ contact your student's counselor if you are interested in scheduling an appointment

    Find your counselor

    College & Career Center

    Explore college, ROP, scholarship/financial aid, career, employment and volunteer opportunities


  • Participate in the Arts Magnet Program at Irvington High School!



    Are you imaginative or artistic?  Would you benefit from instruction that recognizes your creative temperament and strengths?  If you answered yes, then the Arts Magnet program / Center for Creative Arts (CCA) family at Irvington might be the perfect fit!

    Visit http://irvington.org/cca for more information!

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  • Click HERE for a link to registration information for the 2016-2017 school year.

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    Enjoy a 3-course Italian meal with leading scientists from the San Francisco Bay Area. Network with distinguished researchers from universities such as Stanford, UC Berkeley, and UC San Francisco as well as executives from industrial companies such as IBM and Bayer. The event will include keynote presentations and an open-floor Q&A. Anyone may attend.

    Irvington High School Cafeteria - 41800 Blacow Road Fremont, CA 94538 - View Map


    Get tickets Here!

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  • High School Exit Exam INFO - Former Irvington Students

    The law - Senate Bill (SB) 172 - requires that schools grant a diploma to any pupil who completed grade twelve in the 2003–04 school year or later, and met all applicable graduation requirements other than the passage of the high school exit examination. Effective on 1/1/16.

    If you believe you are now eligible to receive a diploma, please complete this form (pdf) and submit it to your high school either in person or via U.S. mail (email will not be accepted) after Monday, January 4, 2016. Please note that, if approved, it may take up to several weeks to receive the diploma.

    Read More - Letter from Assessment and Accountability 

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    caaspp CAASPP:  The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress

    More Information on District Site


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