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  • 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...
  • Baseball: Mike Voelkel resigns as coach at Palisades

    Mike Voelkel, the baseball coach at Palisades for seven seasons, said Thursday that he has resigned for "personal reasons," along with his assistants. "It was tough to do, but we had to make a decision that was best for us and the kids," he said. "I...
  • Students at Vernon Hills High School help train service dogs

    Students at Vernon Hills High School help train service dogs
    Three special guests toured Vernon Hills High School on Dec. 18 as part of their training. In the process, they stole the hearts of countless students. Nexus, Neville and Kiowa are being trained to be “assistance dogs” for Canine Companions...
  • Catching up with the 2005 Glenbrook North boys basketball state championship team

    Catching up with the 2005 Glenbrook North boys basketball state championship team
    In 2005, the Glenbrook North boys basketball team captured the program’s first — and only — state championship. The Spartans beat Carbondale 63-51 to win the Class AA title at Carver Arena in Peoria. They were the last boys team from...
  • Parents challenge rezoning for south Lake students

    Parents challenge rezoning for south Lake students
    MINNEOLA — Rumors are flying about why the school district needs to rezone about 300 students starting next year from Lake Minneola High School to the other two south Lake high schools, which frustrated parents say pale in comparison to county's...
  • 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...
  • Hinsdale South students collect, deliver toys to hospital

    Hinsdale South students collect, deliver toys to hospital
    Students at Hinsdale South High School recently completed a toy drive to collect items for children at Adventist Hinsdale Hospital. The Class of 2017 and the Psychology Club ran the drive during the first half of December to collect toys. A new toy or...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • News briefs from the Dec. 15 Niles Township School District 219 board meeting

    News from the Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education, Niles North and Niles West High Schools. School board and union agree to contract extension The district 219 school board and the Niles Township Federation of Teachers and Support...
  • Lyons Township High School students, officials debate 2015-16 calendar

    Despite some students’ objections, first semester exams will be split over a weekend next year and wrap up Dec. 22 at Lyons Township High School. Student Council President Thomas Cushing urged the School Board to choose Dec. 18, the earliest date...