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Congratulations, Class of 2024 Graduates!

Class of 2024 - Delivering College and Career-Ready Results

Da Vinci Expands its Performing Arts Department

Connect High Program and Partnership Updates

Summer Career Training Programs Provide Students with Exciting, Hands-On Experiences

WDV Welcomes New Athletics and Performing Arts Leaders

Congratulations, Class of 2023 Graduates!

Earn an accelerated career-focused AA and/or BA through an exciting new partnership between Da Vinci and Rivet School

Da Vinci Design Senior Projects and Showcase

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond Visits Da Vinci Schools

Da Vinci Summer Camps 2023 - Join Us!

Da Vinci Extension + Rivet School Info Session- April 20

Da Vinci Alumni Excel in Certified Nursing Assistant Training Program

Da Vinci Connect TK-8 Named a ‘California Distinguished School’

Wiseburn Community Newsletter (Winter 2023)

Happy Holidays from Da Vinci Schools!

Da Vinci Schools Named One of America's Most Innovative Educational Organizations; RISE High Semifinalist in Competition for $1 Million National Prize

Substance Abuse Awareness: Fentanyl Crisis

Alder Residency - Become a Da Vinci Teacher

Da Vinci Welcomes Students Back to School

Investing in Exceptional Educators is an Investment in the Future

Da Vinci Schools is Proud to Celebrate LGBTQIA+ Pride and Inclusivity

Da Vinci + Wiseburn USD Partnership

2021 Wiseburn-Da Vinci Winter Variety Showcase

Learning by Doing: There's a Content Explosion at Da Vinci Communications

Preparing Learners for Their Future Through Real-World Learning

A Solidarity Commitment


Naomi Lara Selected as Next Principal of Da Vinci RISE High

Sage Mendez-McLeish Selected as Next Da Vinci Connect TK-8 Assistant Principal

Robert Anthony III Selected as Next Assistant Principal of Da Vinci Connect High

Tami Christopher Named Next Principal of Da Vinci Connect High and Da Vinci Extension

Change in Leadership at Da Vinci Connect High

Kirk Takeyama Selected as Next Assistant Principal at Da Vinci Design

Now Accepting Applications for the Da Vinci Schools Board of Trustees

Timothy Ojetunde Selected as Next Assistant Principal at Da Vinci Science

Grace Long Selected as Next Principal of Da Vinci Science

Da Vinci Graduations: In-Person and Livestreamed

Russell Stoll Selected as Principal of Da Vinci Design

DVC DECA Places at CA Conference and Earns Opportunity to Participate in International Conference Leadership Academy

Honoring Changemakers and Each Other During Exhibition Week

Leveraging the Best of Both Worlds: On Campus and Remote

Aligning Our Curriculum from K-Career

Da Vinci Schools Families Connected: Health & Wellness Resources at Your Fingertips

Da Vinci Connect Celebrates Move to Its New TK-8 Home

Project Focus: Boards Across Borders

Project Reclaim: Da Vinci's Waste Reduction Program

Getting Ready for the New School Year

Class of 2019: Delivering College and Career-Ready Results

Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rates

Da Vinci Schools Robotics Team Wins World Championships

DVX Team Develops Virtual Reality Simulator, Selected as Semi-Finalist in Gamifying Pediatric Hackathon

Da Vinci Connect Students Learn About Philanthropy First-Hand

Da Vinci Delegation of Youth & Government Heading to Sacramento for 71st Model Legislature & Court Conference

New Gymnasium and Aquatics Complex Opening

DV Connect Students Explore the Life and Work of Leonardo da Vinci in Real-World Projects

Da Vinci Designers Explore Their Personal Passions Through Digital Media Projects

DVC Seniors Argue Civil Liberties Cases in Moot Court Project

Introducing the Transforming Learning Collaborative: By Educators. For Educators

Tiny House Project Brings Together Da Vinci Students, Staff, Mentors, Industry & Higher Ed Partners

IN THE NEWS: Personalization + Projects = Deeper Learning at Da Vinci

In the Media



  • Da Vinci Connect TK-8 is one of 356 elementary schools out of 5,824 statewide to be recognized by the California Department of Education as a 2023 California Distinguished School for its outstanding work in closing the achievement gap and achieving exceptional student performance.
  • Da Vinci Schools is recognized as One of America’s Most Innovative Educational Organizations by the Yass Foundation, in partnership with the Center for Education Reform and Forbes Media. Da Vinci RISE High was named a semi-finalist in competition for $1 million national prize.
  • Da Vinci Schools is included in Charter School Growth Fund's Portfolio of the nation's top public charter school networks. CSGF identifies the country's best public charter schools, funds their expansion, and helps to increase their impact.
  • Da Vinci Schools is named one of the "Top 75" school networks in the nation. Getting Smart's "Top 75" list is compiled each year by Tom Vander Ark, former Executive Director for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and one of the nation's leading educational voices; the list  includes schools and charter networks that achieve extraordinary results and scaled impact to improve education for millions of children.
  • RISE High, launched at Da Vinci Schools, was one of 10 schools in the nation to win a $10 million XQ 'Super School' grant to start a school for homeless, foster, probation, and other youth who have struggled in a traditional school setting.
  • For five consecutive years, Da Vinci Connect has been highlighted as among the Top Elementary and Middle Schools Worth Visiting by Tom Vander Ark, one of the nation's top education voices.
  • As leaders in education reform and excellence, our leadership team is regularly invited to speak at industry events, including SXSW Education, Deeper Learning, California Charter Schools Annual Conference, ASU+GSV, and EdShift, among others.
  • Da Vinci Schools was selected as a Project Lead The Way Core Training Partner, hosting more than 1,000 educators in Summer 2019 for hands-on, collaborative learning designed to help teachers build skills around project and problem-based learning.


Media Contact

Carla Levenson
Executive Director of External Relations
(310) 331-8100

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