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  • MHS students gain experience by running their own café

    MHS students open their own café.  Student enrolled in the culinary program at the school opened their own café in the school in early October.  Students prepare the food themselves and learn hands on business experience. Students at Manchester High...
  • Student to represent NWLehigh High School at state chorus festival

    Northwestern Lehigh High School recently announced that student Megan Rebert will represent the district at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 10 Chorus Festival in January. Rebert was selected out of 800 students from seven counties...
  • Glenbrook South students take part in STEM project

    Glenbrook South students take part in STEM project
    There's no simple multiple-choice answer to the question facing nearly 50 science students at Glenbrook South High School. In fact, they'll likely spend some 20 hours formulating a solution to this real-world problem: "How can we evaluate our critical...
  • Six new inductees enter Kutztown athletics Hall of Fame

    Six new inductees enter Kutztown athletics Hall of Fame
    The Kutztown University athletic department inducted six new members into its Hall of Fame on Saturday morning at an on-campus ceremony at the Student Recreation Center. The 36th annual class includes: Niya Adams Grenevich '04, women's track & field/...
  • A high school football team in Pennsylvania is averaging 67 points per game? Yes, really.

    I admire the work and dedication of David Mika, Jr., the one guy I know who considers it to be high school football season 365 days a year. He loves it. I always imagine him going into a depression the day after the state championships are decided in...
  • Wheaton Warrenville District 200 celebrates rise in average ACT score

    Wheaton Warrenville District 200 celebrates rise in average ACT score
    The ACT composite score for the two high schools serving most of Wheaton and Warrenville increased slightly, data released Friday in the annual Report Card compiled by the Illinois State Board of Education show. Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit School...
  • Test scores vary among D214 high schools

    Test scores vary among D214 high schools
    Township High School District 214 may boast of being an innovative, high-achieving school system, but at Wheeling High School, half of its students are not ready for college, state data shows. "We focus a lot on the growth, and we feel like we're...
  • Most public school students aren't prepared for college work, data show

    Most public school students aren't prepared for college work, data show
    With top test scores and high graduation rates, Glenbrook North High School in Northbrook sees almost 90 percent of its graduates go off to college. But it's another story in a small community just south of the Wisconsin border, where only about half of...
  • Mathews High School, teacher recognized for finance

    students' performance on the 2013-14 Working in Support of Education Financial Literacy Certification test. In addition, Mathews High School teacher Karen Lloyd was named a Gold Star Teacher. The WISE test is administered to students at the end of a...
  • Former foes of New Trier ballot measure now push for its success

    Former foes of New Trier ballot measure now push for its success
    Standing beside a "Vote YES New Trier" sign prominently displayed on the front lawn of his Winnetka home, former principal Wes Baumann said he is an enthusiastic supporter of New Trier High School's $89 million referendum measure, which will be decided by...
  • School district was discussing mental-health funding on day of shooting

    On the day that a 15-year-old boy at Marysville-Pilchuck High School near Seattle shot five friends before turning the gun on himself, Marysville School Superintendent Becky Berg was in Olympia, Wash., discussing a grant that would boost mental-health...