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email@example.comMinutes before receiving her diploma Wednesday night, Hedgesville High School graduating senior Stephanie Gardner said she plans to become a history teacher. “I want to go back (to school), I guess,” the 17-year-old girl said smiling....
Growing up, John Rosberg and Elizabeth "Brook" Smith did not have a lot in common. Rosberg grew up in modest means with his mom and sister in Lake Villa; Smith enjoyed the perks of a childhood in affluent Lake Forest. What they did have in common,...
South Bend TribuneFor the second consecutive year, Notre Dame incoming freshman midfielder Morgan Andrews has been selected as the Gatorade National High School Girls Soccer Player of the Year. The Milford, N.H., product is the first soccer player of either gender, as...
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The Youth Advisory Committee of the Charlevoix County Community Foundation has distributed $26,150 in grants this spring to eight local nonprofit agencies to fund programs that benefit young people. Started in 1992, the Youth Advisory Committee was...
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West Jessamine High School principal Jones demoted to teacher, on special assignment for rest of firstname.lastname@example.orgThe West Jessamine High School principal was demoted from that position last week, according to personnel actions obtained by The Journal through an open-records request. Ed Jones was suspended with pay April 29 and was no longer the principal of the...
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GREENWOOD, Ind. (AP) — Central Indiana high school students are putting their best ideas forward as they develop inventions and market them to local businesses. The 11 students at Center Grove High School used three-dimensional computer programs to...
You have to be cautious about what you see from a football team when buds still are on the trees and pads still are in the lockers. But if there is one of the Bears you should know about who's mostly unknown, it's Fendi Onobun. There is no question...
Staff WriterJudi Pritchard recalls applying for college being a lot simpler than it is now for her only child, Shoshanah, a junior at Southwest High School. “When I went to college it was completely different. It was easier,” she said. “It just...
Society Scene PublisherSpring – a season that most of the country eagerly anticipates. Winter clothes are stored away to make room for bright, breezy spring frocks with their light fabrics tiptoeing into the minimalism of summer. However for us South Floridians, spring...
The Hartford CourantA Farmington High School student is among the elite high school students chosen as a U.S. Presidential Scholar for 2013. Only 141 students from across the country are chosen for this distinction, and Farmington High School senior Tyler Hoffmann is among...
Every high school has a group of kids who dream about the perfect class prank. Andrew senior Mike Smith, who along with his close friend Cameron Connell likes to be known as "the biggest pranksters in Tinley Park," had an idea at the end of junior...
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— Take a walk around Lathrop Hall at the University of Missouri, and it won't take long before you meet someone from the Chicago area. There are the roommates from Barrington and Cary, and, two doors down, freshmen from Lemont and Mount Prospect....
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