‘My favorite part of this flyer is actually the very end, it says in the fall he will begin his studies to get a bachelors of fine arts at the American Academy Of Art in Chicago, and continue to pursue a career as a music producer as well’ Laura noted. ‘That’s kind of an aside. […]
The Halls of Fame for football, basketball and baseball all have several former Houston high school stars inside their walls, whether it be the likes of Mike Singletary (Worthing High School) and Darrell Green (Jones) in football, Clyde Drexler (Sterling) and Slater Martin (Davis) in basketball or Nolan Ryan (Alvin) in baseball – likely soon […]
Burgess has sung in the Roswell High School Chorus all four years and outside of school has taken piano for 10 years. She has been active on the girls’ lacrosse team (this year as captain) and coaches a youth lacrosse team, Friends Club, National Honor Society, Beta Club, German Honors Society and HOSA. She volunteers […]
February 12, 2016 – In her first television interview, Susan Klebold speaks to Diane Sawyer. Klebold states that “If I had recognized that Dylan was experiencing some real mental distress, he would not have been there,” she says. “He would’ve gotten help. I don’t ever, for a moment, mean to imply that I’m not conscious […]
“My approach to teaching science is to consider ‘how is science done in the real world,” Dana Hills High School Chemistry teacher Kristine Clarke said in her entry video. “How does a real scientist do it? whatever type of scientist, how are they doing it?”
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“How you manage through this challenging period in terms of your discipline, your positive attitude, the way you help other students, the initiative you take, will reflect so positively on you through the admissions and application process,” Gross said.
Students spend their scholastic careers preparing for the rigorous exams in June of their final year. They’re such a defining part of Frenchness that many adults list their “bac” results on their resumes.
PARIS, April 3 (Xinhua) — France’s traditional nationwide four-day high school baccalaureate exam — known popularly as the “Bac” — will be replaced by regular progress checks this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer said on Friday.
For the first time in the history of the tournament, the CIF had to cancel the 40th annual basketball championships a day before they were to start on March 13 due to COVID-19. The following week, the organization postponed its spring sports to take a wait-and-see approach until Friday’s meeting.