A 2004 Chevy Malibu was traveling east bound on Almond Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle and struck a 1986 GMC Truck that was parked off the roadway.
A teenager with big dreams is fighting her way to the top. But she’s facing her biggest challenge yet — getting onto the boys wrestling team.
Guests from Gwynedd Mercy Academy spoke about the upcoming Open House that will take place on October 20th. For more information on how you can attend this open house or to learn more about this […]
While some seniors hope to be crowned Homecoming King or Queen, students in one high school have to earn their sash by raising money for a national organization.
Closing arguments are scheduled Wednesday in the aggravated assault trial of a man accused of having tried to cut off a teenager’s hand with a machete outside a Pennsylvania high school last year.
The statistics are concerning. According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 1 in 3 young white women regularly ignore tanning bed warnings.
Pennsylvania is about to replace its GED diploma exam with a new test that’s considered to be tougher and a better way to measure college and career preparation.
A guidance counselor and a College Options coordinator offer advice to parents on how to address your teen’s concerns about moving from grade school to high school.
Police were continuing to investigate the death of a popular Pennsylvania high school football player who died when he fell out of the bed of a moving pickup truck and hit his head.
Been to a high school graduation party this year? How about eighth grade? Or fifth grade?
New Jersey high school athletes who talk trash could find their teams penalized and themselves under investigation by the state Civil Rights Division.
Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter celebrated high school academic achievers at the Top of the Class graduation celebration.
America’s public high schools have been ranked and some local schools have made the list.
The Fourth Amendment says that a person can’t be subject to an unreasonable search and seizure by public officials. But the Supreme Court ruled, in some cases, it is okay to randomly drug test students.
A six year study has concluded that random drug testing in New Jersey schools is an effective deterrent in the fight against substance abuse.