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Fun with Reading

Author Heidi Bukus

Children's author Heidi Butkus came to Valleydale School to celebrate Read Across Valleydale. Kindergarten students listened as she read her books and then joined the author in singing her songs. 

Student Film Festival

Slauson MIddle School will hold its annual La Pantera Student Video Festival on May 30 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.  The Slauson Jazz Band will also perform.  FLYER

Concert Slated

The 8th annual Mariachi Benefit Concert is slated for May 16 at 6 p.m. at the Gladstone High Gym. The show will feature Mariachi de Azusa students, Mariachi Camino Real, Ballet Folklorico Raices and Danzantes de Mountain View. Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $5 for children ages 5 to 18. 


Magnolia Students Dance at Blue Ribbon Festival

Magnolia Students Attend Festival

Fifth graders from Magnolia School participated in the Blue Ribbon Music Festival at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Students performed a dance with other 5th graders from the LA area. In addition they attended a professional musical performance in the theater.

Sierra High Mural

A Salute to Our Military

Sierra High students are proud of their latest mural which is a tribute to our veterans. The mural, which is 11 feet by 50 feet, covers the south wall of the VFW building just off the 210 freeway near Azusa Avenue.  It took the students 110 days to complete the project. More than 200 residents attended the dedication ceremony.


AHS Submits Application for IB Program

Azusa High School is proud to announce the completion of a lengthy process in the school’s quest to become an International Baccalaureate (IB) designated school. The school recently submitted its application for candidacy including the culmination of a year’s work to show its intention to become an IB World school. The application includes approximately 80 pages of information about AHS and its plans for the future.

The time line to become an IB World school takes three years, with the AHS class of 2018 being the first to have the chance to earn an IB diploma along with an Azusa High School diploma.  The IB diploma, accepted at universities world wide, demonstrates completion of the most rigorous course of study available and verifies that the student is prepared for success at the university level.  

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546 South Citrus Avenue

Azusa, CA 91702


(626) 967-6211

Office Hours:

7:30 am - 4:30 pm

A Musical Journey


Don't miss this year's District Concert featuring students from Center, Foothill, Slauson, Azusa High and Gladstone High. A Musical Journey will be presented April 22, 7 p.m., at Azusa Pacific University's Felix Event Center. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door or at the District Office.  Come and support these talented musicians.

Newsletter Highlights

The February issue of Community Report, which was mailed to all AUSD residents, features articles on our graduates, summer school, events and much more.  English  Spanish