C2E Irvine Schools

Acing It

From public to private to alternative, there’s a school for every type of learner at C2E.

When it comes to education, there’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all, which is what makes living and learning at C2E so great. Located in Uptown Irvine, in the heart of central Orange County, C2E is conveniently close to a diverse range of great K-12 learning institutions. Find the right fit for you below and make the grade at C2E.

Tustin Unified School District

The TUSD helps every type of learner thrive through resources and co-curricular programming such as elementary music, a K-12 robotics league, innovative STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) programs, award-winning arts programs, Model United Nations, CIF athletics and 24,000 student tablets and computers across the district.

The TUSD schools assigned to C2E are California Gold Ribbon and Distinguished school Veeh Elementary, California Gold Ribbon and Distinguished school A.G. Currie Middle School, and California Gold Ribbon Tustin High School.

Learn more at Tustin.k12.ca.us/.

Private Schools

From the faith-based, to the elite, to those with innovative teaching methodologies, there are a wealth of private school options close to C2Es for families looking for something a little different.

Located in Newport Beach, Harbor Day School and Carden Hall are outstanding schools delivering an elite K-8 education. Likewise, Sage Hill for students in grades 9-12.

For those who wish to marry religious studies with academics, Mariners Christian School, Pacifica Christian School, Mater Dei High School and Tarbut V’Torah Community Day School are incredible options, amongst many others in the local area.

Alternative Schools

Whether for special interests, pedagogical preferences or philosophical orientations, many families are increasingly turning to alternative education to give children a unique educational environment not offered through mainstream approaches.

Luckily for C2E families, Central Orange County is leading the way offering a multitude of non-traditional schools such as premier arts school OSCA, 1:1 instruction-based Halstrom Academy, and the Waldorf School of Orange County, a pre-K-12 private school based on the teaching method of the philosopher Rudolf Steiner.