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  • Community: Homes on tour are holiday delights

    Community: Homes on tour are holiday delights
    The Hoover High School PTA Tour of Homes is always a festive way to celebrate the holidays. Exploring the four homes decorated beautifully for the season allows guests a chance to socialize along the way. This 57th annual event on Dec. 13 featured two...
  • Glendale PTA: 'High School 101' slated for Jan. 12 at Glendale High

    Students in the Glendale Unified School District are on winter break through Jan. 6, with classes resuming on Jan. 7. Though the focus may be on holiday fun, it’s not too early for local seventh- and eighth-grade students to plan to attend “...
  • Parkland's pick of PPL Center for graduation could signal exodus from Lehigh's Stabler Arena

    The Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the Eagles and Tom Petty have all graced the PPL Center in Allentown with appearances. And now, high school seniors will take center stage. Parkland High School will have its June 9 graduation ceremony at the PPL Center,...
  • East Catholic Student Recognized For Efforts To Feed The Poor Worldwide

    East Catholic High School student Grace Mazzarella recently received the 2014 Better Business Bureau's student ethics award and scholarship for her commitment to community service. Mazzarella, a 17-year-old senior from Tolland, brought the Feeding...
  • 2014 in review: Hinsdale, Elmhurst and Lombard

    2014 in review: Hinsdale, Elmhurst and Lombard
    The year of 2014 was a lively one in Hinsdale, Oak Brook, Elmhurst and Lombard. Fractious negotiations over a teacher's contract, a proposed investigation of teachers for Facebook likes, a dispute about whether a statue is a sign or art and new downtown...
  • Jewish high school will move to new campus

    Jewish high school will move to new campus
    A steadily growing Orthodox Jewish high school plans to move from its squeezed synagogue space to a roomier site on the campus of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County. Weinbaum Yeshiva High School, which has spent 17 years at Boca Raton...
  • High school students stand out in writing contest

    High school students stand out in writing contest
    High school students displayed their story-writing chops in a first-ever Common Core writing competition among 10th-graders in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. Winners were announced in a ceremony last week. Hannah Schoenbaum's story, "Nature's...
  • Oakland Mills' Thomas Browne named Ravens High School Coach of the Year

    Oakland Mills' Thomas Browne named Ravens High School Coach of the Year
    After leading Oakland Mills to its first winning football season since 2003, head coach Thomas Browne was named the Ravens High School Coach of the Year this week. Browne was a wide receiver for the Scorpions when they won the Class 1A state...
  • Most Broward, Palm Beach high schools earn top grades

    Most Broward, Palm Beach high schools earn top grades
    Palm Beach County's high schools received a record number of A's, while Broward couldn't maintain a banner performance from last year, according to school grades released by the state Thursday. High school graduation rates, which are one component of...
  • Fewer Florida high schools earn A's

    Fewer Florida high schools earn A's
    Fewer Florida high schools earned A's this year than last, but the state's high school graduation rate hit an 11-year high in 2014, education officials said in a joint report released Thursday. With a tougher grading plan in place, the percentage of...
  • To give their children a better education, parents launch new school

    To give their children a better education, parents launch new school
    Maria Melendrez's daughter thrived for three years at the Julian Nava Learning Academy, a sparkling middle-school campus in South L.A. where she was pushed to excel. But Melendrez feared what would come next for her daughter. She could send her to...