Creativity flourishes when children are involved in the making and appreciation of art
Why Bob Dylan waited to accept his Nobel Prize
Bob Dylan's delay in accepting the Nobel Prize for Literature is not surprising. When he was voted into the elite American Academy of Arts and Letters, it took him four months to accept.
Should Tennessee basketball fill D.J. Burns' scholarship or hold it for 2020 recruiting class?
Tennessee has a roster opening heading into the 2019-20 season after the redshirt freshman forward transfer.
What this student plans to do with first scholarship from Gainesville High’s Class of ‘64
Buffington greets strangers with a hearty handshake, wears a big, generous grin when speaking to them, and vibes with confidence as he shares his family’s story, his love for the performing arts and his excitement about his studies at the University of North Georgia in Gainesville, where he’s now enrolled.
100 percent of MOT Charter School's first graduating class accepted to college
Every single one of MOT Charter High School's 111 seniors has been accepted into college.
30 minutes of terror in first-period art class: How the Texas high school shooting unfolded
Students were just starting their day. It was first-period art class. Then it was a war zone. For 30 minutes, authorities say Santa Fe High School was under siege by a teenage gunman armed with a shotgun and .38 caliber revolver. In the end, 10 were left dead and another 10 were wounded.
Fun ways to spend Mother’s Day in Tampa Bay, from shopping to art classes
Sip and Stroll around St. Petersburg or get creative at a trio of workshops.
People’s Academy for Community Engagement now accepting applications
Deadline to apply is February 11. Winter Quarter classes begin February 23. Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is accepting applications to the People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE), our civic leadership development program for the next wave of community leaders. The Winter Quarter begins Saturday, February 23 and runs through March 23. Join a cohort …
Salida Council for the Arts announces Boddy Passion to Learn Scholarship
The Salida Council for the Arts announced it is accepting applications until May 15 for the William Boddy Passion to Learn Scholarship.
Accepted! How to decipher your college aid
With college acceptances in hand, now comes the hard part: understanding your financial aid offers These letters are notorious for being laden with jargon that differs from offer to offer, making comparison difficult. But you can learn how to interpret award letters to understand the costs and choose an affordable option WHAT TO EXPECT FROM AID OFFERS Financial aid offers should include all of the federal,…
How to land a scholarship for college
Commentary by Chara Having a scholarship can be beneficial in many ways. For one, it helps ease the
Accepting the Challenge: Bryant students learn to make a difference from tragedy
Every year, for at least the last four years, a student at Bryant High School has committed suicide. Members of the Bryant Student Senate hope a program, which is based on the life of a girl none of the Bryant students has ever met, can change that statistic On Thursday, Bryant students learned about Rachel's Challenge. This program is based on the life of Rachel Joy Scott, who was the first victim of the school shootings at Columbine High School in 1999. After…
TOP 10 SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS THAT EVERY BLACK WOMAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
Here are the top scholarships that every Black woman should know about #1 – Beyoncé Formation Scholars Program: open to young women who plan to attend one of four participating colleges and major in creative arts, music, literature or African-American studies. Four scholarships will be awarded. To apply, visit www.scholarshipsonline.org/2017/04/beyonce-formation-scholars-program.html #2 – NBNA Scholarship Program For Black Nurses: offers 14 scholarships each year to students pursuing…
Creekview girls cross country team still looking for top team prize
One year after finishing second in Class AAAAAA, Creekview’s girls cross country team will look to take the next step and claim the championship.
Lamphere student receives $100,000 scholarship
MADISON HEIGHTS — It’s hard to imagine a better way to close out high school.
Ada native awarded top scholarship
Wil Crawford, a graduate of Latta High School and East Central University, has received the Hatton W. Summers Scholarship from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
Local student earns top scholarships
While in high school, Allison was a National Society of High School Scholar, recipient of the Bronze President's Volunteer Service Award, President's Award for Educational Excellence,
In-District Transfers Accepted April 18
If you'd like your child to attend a different Temple ISD school than they're zoned for, submit your application online by June 10th.
Blair student earns $10,000 scholarship
Chase Crispin, a 2015 graduate of Blair High School, was awarded a $10,000 scholarship from the Lighthouse Guild, a not-for-profit vision and health care organization. Crispin will attend Nebraska Wesleyan
Top of the class
Emery Reagan Smith’s top marks throughout her Cumberland County High School career has earned her the prestigious title as valedictorian for the class of 2019.