This week’s 850Strong Student of the Week is...

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) - This week’s 850Strong Student of the Week goes to a Mosley High School student who is not only headed to the Naval Academy in a few weeks but is also quite the standout athlete. Alex Fulton is a senior MCJROTC cadet. Outside of ROTC,...

RHS Student Stamatopoulos Selected for FBI Youth Leadership Program

Revere High sophomore Bella Stamatopoulos has been selected to attend the FBI National Academy Associates, New England Chapter Youth Leadership Program. Revere Police Capt. Amy O’Hara, a graduate of the prestigious FBI National Leadership Academy in Quantico, Virginia, in 2019, was instrumental in opening the door to the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Stamatopoulos.
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The Woodlands World Guard Wins Bronze at WGI National Championship

THE WOODLANDS, TX -- “For the first time in school history.” This phrase is often said when a school first opens or gets bumped up into a different region/division. It is not often that this phrase is uttered to a 25-plus year-old school. But in early April, The Woodlands High School Color Guard made history as they win Bronze at the National level.

Osceola School for the Arts Jazz Band A recognized at school board meeting after big competition win in NY

The Osceola County School for the Arts Jazz Band A was honored at Tuesday’s Osceola School Board meeting in Kissimmee. Members of the jazz band along with their director Jason Anderson, were celebrated for representing Osceola by taking home first place on their recent trip to New York’s Lincoln Center where they competed and in the the Essentially Ellington Competition and Festival which took place May 5-7. Essentially Ellington is the nation’s premier jazz education event and competition and as said by school board member Julius Melendez, “OCSA’s Jazz Band A is basically the best high school jazz band in the nation,” after coming in first over 15 other high school jazz bands in the competition.

Galva High School graduates named

Twenty seven seniors received diplomas Sunday afternoon at the one hundred and forty seventh Galva High School graduation. The processional and recessional was performed by the Galva High School band. Kurtis Smyth the Galva Junior Senior High School Principal gave the welcome. Joshua Dunn, the co-President of the class gave...

April Nagel Award winner announced

CANTON — Grace Spencer is the April recipient of the Steven R. Nagel Distinguished Student of the Month Award at Ingersoll Middle School. An eighth grader, she is the daughter of Jen and Scott Roos, Canton and Jason and Jodi Spencer, Astoria. ...

Ridgewood Roundup

The Cambridge Vikings seventh grade girls had to make room on the team bus for an extra passenger on Saturday, May 14th, the first place IESA State Championship trophy had boarded the bus back to Cambridge! The seventh grade girls took home the first place trophy topping the 49 other teams down in Peoria. The Vikings scored points by placing in all seven of their events they had qualified for including two first place finishes scoring 47 points.

Orion's Lister named one of state's best

The e-mail to Orion High School teacher Andrew Lister began “Thank you for applying.” Pretty routine. He was a little shocked when it went on to offer congratulations for his selection as one of 32 finalists chosen from 700 applicants. “I was pretty floored by the whole thing,”...

Shenandoah Iowa Education Foundation continuing to support students

(Shenandoah) -- Shenandoah High School seniors are going to be getting some assistance to pursue education at the next level. The Shenandoah Iowa Education Foundation is awarding 30 students 7 scholarships of various monetary amounts. The scholarships are being distributed this morning at an assembly at the school. Members of the Shenandoah Iowa Education Foundation Amy Miller and Duane Rexroth say they're happy to see the foundation continue to grow and provide opportunities such as this.

Wilson Hall softball repeats as state champion

MANNING, S.C. — Dani Hanley drove in three runs and Amberlyn Way went the distance in the circle as Wilson Hall won the SCISA 3A state championship for the second year in a row with an 8-6 win over Laurence Manning Academy Tuesday night on the Swampcats home field.

Dax recognized with L-C Distinguished Alumni Award

David Dax, a longtime Luxemburg business leader, has been selected as this year’s Luxemburg-Casco School District Distinguished Alumni Award winner. A 1973 graduate of Luxemburg-Casco High School, Dax started D & S Machine Service with his wife Jean and has spent over 30 years as an active community member. He served as the president of the Luxemburg Chamber of Commerce in 1998 and was the “Man of the Year” in 2006.

Shelton High students earn Weller scholarship awards

SHELTON — Five Shelton High students recently earned awards from The Weller Foundation, Inc. Ria Dalvi, daughter of Ashish Dalvi and Pallavi Raje-Dalvi, won the $6,000 Weller Computer Science/Technology Scholarship. This scholarship was established in 2008 to encourage and financially assist a student to pursue a career in computer science. Dalvi will be pursuing a degree in Software Systems Development at Georgia Institute of Technology in the fall.

Weatherford High School graduation

Students listen as valedictorians give their speeches. Pictured from left are Ruth Asante, Ella Barnett, Hunter Bayless, Johnathan Bodenstein, Bobby Bonser and Andrew Bouma. Danny Ediger Jr./WDN The graduates toss their caps in the air upon the conclusion of the ceremony. Kimberly Lippencott/WDN Luis Hernandez on left and Maritza Hernandez head to their seats at the beginning of the graduation…