Four Burbank Secondary Schools Earn Gold Ribbon Awards

California Gold Ribbon Schools Award was created to honor schools in place of the California Distinguished Schools Program

BUSD Horace Mann Child Development Center Gains New Murals

Nickelodeon Nickterns add whimsical and colorful murals to Horace Mann Child Development Center.

Autism Awareness Month Highlighted At Washington Elementary

Every April, Washington Elementary talks about autism awareness throughout the entire school, using music, art and fun to help the conversation.

Washington Elementary Student Art Wins Best In Show

Second-grader wins trophy at 2017 Burbank Youth Art Expo, highlighting the success of mainstreaming programs for children with autism at Washington Elementary.

Miller Fourth-Graders Put On “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory”

Miller Elementary students presented an adaptation of the beloved children's classic "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory."

Roosevelt Elementary Celebrates “The Lore Of Yore”

The annual Roosevelt Musical Revue brought together children in grades K-5 for song and dance numbers from classic stories.

Arts at Disney Elementary Big Winner in Matching Funds Challenge

Walt Disney Elementary School’s community came together to thank Warner Bros. Entertainment for a Fundraising Challenge Grant to increase the ARTs

“School House Rock Live!” Proves A Big Hit For McKinley Students

More than 100 McKinley Elementary students, along with staff and parents, put on the musical "School House Rock Live!"

Luther Middle School Needs YOUR Vote!

Your vote could help the Burbank middle school secure a $20,000 grant

Burbank Schools Celebrate 90 Years with ‘State of the Schools’ Breakfast

Burbank Educational Foundation's first "State of the Schools" breakfast at The Castaway brought out Burbank's finest in both the present and future

St. Francis Xavier Academic Decathlon Team Heads To State Finals

The team of students in grades 6-8 heads to state finals after taking second place in the Catholic Schools Junior High Decathlon.

Miller Read In Day Reaches Nearly 800 Elementary Students

City, Police, Fire and School officials read to all grades TK-5 for Miller Read In Day, highlighting literacy as part of Read Across America's annual event.

Bret Harte Fourth-Graders Dissect Squid For Science Lesson

Fourth-graders at Bret Harte Elementary discovered the inner workings of squid through an in-class dissection.