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  • Trinity High School hires new principal

    Trinity High School hires new principal
    As Trinity High School's current principal looks ahead to retirement, her replacement is set to start July 1. Principal Toni Bouillette gave notice of her planned retirement in January. Her last day at the all-girls Catholic school is June 30. A...
  • Students looking for a meaningful summer can volunteer abroad

    Students looking for a meaningful summer can volunteer abroad
    High school students seeking a meaningful experience over the summer may wish to look into volunteering abroad. Programs are available that enable students to travel to developing communities and making a positive impact there through volunteer efforts....
  • Lake Forest schools name new assistant superintendent

    Lake Forest school officials have promoted from within to fill the elementary and high school districts' assistant superintendent job. Barry Rodgers, 48, currently the principal at Lake Forest High School, will take over on July 1 as assistant...
  • Starting drill team boosts confidence

    Richards High School senior Steven Grant, 18, has overcome some huge odds to become both a leader and a mentor. When he was very young, his mother, Amy Grant, became seriously ill after complications from a medical procedure and spent a lot of time in...
  • Egan's departure leaves big shoes to fill in District 95

    Egan's departure leaves big shoes to fill in District 95
    After spending half of his professional life at District 95, Superintendent Mike Egan announced last week that he will be retiring at the end of the 2015-16 school year. "I've been in the business for 40 years, I'll turn 65 next year — it's...
  • Students learn about brain trauma during visit to Condell

    Students learn about brain trauma during visit to Condell
    Jarett Wolff of Johnsburg wanted to tell his story, but the damage to his brain caused by a drunk driver left him speechless and frustrated. He was among four guest speakers at Advocate Condell Hospital April 10, when 75 students from Libertyville and...
  • For some, prom is a platform for good deeds, social change

    Proms have traditionally been a night of glamour and romance, complete with backstage drama over dates and dresses. But prom culture is changing. Some teens now see prom as an opportunity to be inclusive rather than exclusive. They're using proms as...
  • GHS Drama to stage dance-infused 'Footloose'

    This year's Griswold High School spring musical production of "Footloose" will be a nostalgia trip for many parents in the audience, as it is for GHS music teacher and show director Raymond Churchill. "I graduated high school in 1988, so this is my era,"...
  • Granada Hills Charter High School wins national academic decathlon

    Granada Hills Charter High School wins national academic decathlon
    Granada Hills Charter High School won the national 2015 Academic Decathlon on Saturday, marking the fourth time in the last five years the San Fernando Valley school has claimed the honor. The school earned 53,592 points out of 66,000 in the...
  • Local students are winners at Delaware Valley Science Fair

    Students from Lehigh Valley area schools won awards at the 67th annual Delaware Valley Science Fair held on April 1-2 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. Miland Jagota of Liberty High School, Roy Ghosh of Parkland High School, and Vikram Pandian of...
  • Dundee-Crown student honors 'great teacher' and 'great person'

    Dundee-Crown student honors 'great teacher' and 'great person'
    On Friday night, two local educators were honored for the passion and enthusiasm they show in their profession. Students were invited to participate in the annual Barnes & Noble My Favorite Teacher Contest by writing essays, poems, or thank-you...