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.
Three dozen Philadelphia high school students are preparing to compete in the 2013 regional drumline competition to reclaim their number one spot.
Thirteen western Pennsylvania high school students have been suspended for two days each for shooting a classroom video of the “Harlem Shake” — an Internet video craze — which was also posted online.
Students who apply to college will tell you that they don’t like the SATs. But the surprise is that David Coleman doesn’t like them either. He’s the president of the College Board.
A New Hampshire judge is expected to decide whether a high school junior can continue to play on the boys’ varsity ice hockey team now that her school has formed a girls’ team.
Record numbers of young adults are completing high school, going to and completing college, according to new data from the US Census Bureau.
Top 10 Week of Dec. 7, 2012: 1. La Salle (Record: 12-1. Previous Week: 1. Weeks Rated: 14.) 2. St. Joseph’s Prep (Record: 10-1. Season over.) 3. Archbishop Wood (Record: 11-2. Previous Week: 3. Weeks […]
A Pennsylvania high school student claims he was unfairly punished after a fellow student secretly recorded him having sex with his girlfriend in a Casablanca hotel during a school trip.
About twenty players on the football team at Council Rock South high school in Holland, Bucks County are being treated for skin conditions, including one for MRSA.
With its 9th ‘early-college’ opening this fall, Guilford County, N.C. leads the nation and has increased its high school graduation rates, boasting 100% this past school year.
Seventeen teenage girls will graduate next week from a local workforce empowerment summer camp and the young ladies learned about more than just how to get a j-o-b.