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  • Ohio principal cancels headscarf event, apologizes

    The principal of a suburban Cincinnati high school has apologized to anyone who was offended after canceling a student-led event that invited girls to spend the day wearing a Muslim headscarf. "The Covered Girl Challenge" at Mason High School was...
  • D219 briefs: School bus company dropped amidst service problems

    News from the April 13 Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education meeting; Niles North and Niles West High Schools. School bus company dropped amidst service problems The District 219 Board School Board has awarded new contracts for...
  • Students find room for improvement with online test

    Students find room for improvement with online test
    Last week marked the beginning of Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, or PARCC, testing for high school students in Carroll public schools, an exam piloted last year that replaces the Maryland High School Assessments in...
  • Larkin junior selected as Elgin School District U46 Board rep

    A Larkin High School junior has been named as the new student representative on the Elgin School District U46 Board of Education. During its last meeting, the school board voted unanimously to confirm Allison Holloway as the board rep for the 2015-2016...
  • Agricultural high school students bring food, hygienic items to the homeless

     Agricultural high school students bring food, hygienic items to the homeless
    Cameron McCoy said delivering food and hygienic items to the homeless with about 30 of his classmates at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences only reinforced his thankfulness for the little that he did have growing up. "As a child, I had...
  • 7 things high school juniors can do to prepare for college

    7 things high school juniors can do to prepare for college
    Now that seniors are committing to colleges and firming up plans for the year ahead, it's time for juniors to get serious about the future. But it's easy to feel lost and overwhelmed when trying to get ahead of the game. We consulted everyone from college...
  • Voices: Is it worth it to study abroad in high school?

    Voices: Is it worth it to study abroad in high school?
    Is it worth it to study abroad in high school? John: Based on what people tell me about study abroad programs, they’re worth it. However, I think college is the best time to do it. If I were a parent, I wouldn’t trust my child in another...
  • Average students at ECC could benefit from scholarships program

    With graduation season on the horizon, plans are in the works for the incoming college freshman class this fall made up of those who have been "C" students in high school in District 211, District 214 and District 220. Having raised five children, I...
  • Letter: Lyons Township High School Day of Silence makes decisions for families

    On April 17, Lyons Township High School and many other high schools in the area will observe the annual Day of Silence sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network. Proposed under the guise of stopping bullying, students are permitted to...
  • Enfield Teen Artist Joins Hands To Encourage Organ And Tissue Donation

    Enfield Teen Artist Joins Hands To Encourage Organ And Tissue Donation
    It wasn't until when Rachel Wright first took an art class at Enrico Fermi High School last year that she considered it seriously as a career. The 17-year-old senior, who plans on attending the University of Connecticut next year to participate in their...
  • At this high school prom, no mean kids allowed

    At this high school prom, no mean kids allowed
    Everyone is welcome on April 24 to a high school prom in Delray Beach — except for bullies. Students at Space of Mind Schoolhouse, deeply moved by an Anti-Defamation League-sponsored curriculum they studied this year, have organized their first...