Equipping students to think: Creatively, Critically, and Well.
The Intellectual Virtues Academy is a public Long Beach high school, open to all students, authorized by Los Angles County Office of Education (LACOE). The John Templeton Foundation awarded a $2 million grant to expand the Intellectual Virtues Academy’s highly successful middle school into a high school for the 2016 school year. This generous donation allows us to fulfill our mission to equip students with the qualities they will need to succeed in every area of their life, allowing for their multiple interests and talents to develop and flourish. Find out more about learning at the Academy.
Accepting Applications for 2016-2017 and 2017-2018! Sign up to attend one of our upcoming Enrollment Events. Register for a School Tour during school hours, or a weekend/evening Open House.
Academy High School in the news:Intellectual Virtues Academy Opens New Charter High School.-The Gazette Intellectual Virtues Academy High School Announces Location.- The Gazette
Intellectual Virtues High School Charter Approved By County- The Gazette
Charters Help Add Choice to Schools- The Gazette
Long Beach's Intellectual Virtues Academy Looking to Bring Its Unique Model to High School Students-The Gazette
Charter School Awarded Grant for High School - The Gazette
Intellectual Virtues Academy Receives $2 Million Grant to Found New, Tuition-Free High School - Long Beach Post
A New Charter School Proposed for Long Beach - Long Beach Press Telegram