Robotics team 7232-Pharaohs are on the uprising. The 7232-Pharaohs have won 50% of their matches. From first being in 30th to now sixth in the robotics competition. At first, just 14 students were participating now there are 42 members.
Southeastern High School students are starting careers as IRS certified tax preparers while still working on their high school diplomas.
On Jan. 14, two other dancers from American Ballet Theater came to Mumford to give a master class for about 40 students.
On Oct. 10, thousands of seniors from high schools all over Michigan, poured into Shed 3 of the Eastern Market for the Infinite Scholars College-Scholarship fair.
The Ville is known for its academic games teams, the robotics club, advanced modern dance troupes, and highly skilled athletes, but what many people don’t know about East English is it has an award-winning choir.
One of East English’s Project Base Learning (PBL) initiatives was a student driven health fair this month.
Women of Tomorrow is a mentorship and scholarship program that was launched in 1997 by Detroit TV journalist Jennifer Valoppi. The organization sprang from Valoppi’s aspiration to encourage successful women to motivate and mentor other young women to success.
Seniors deserve to participate in commencement; they should be able to throw their caps in the air and declare themselves graduates. After years of stress and hard work, why should an exit exam determine if a student will receive a high school diploma?
At DSA, “Photography101: Inside My Lens” gives students what they deserve: the opportunity to have choices, professionally and creatively. Students explore the art of photography and develop entrepreneurial skills.
According to 2018 data from the Pew Research Center, black engineers and scientists represent only 9% of STEM workers. Initiatives are in place to increase these numbers, starting as early as elementary and high school. SMASH Wayne State is one of these programs.
For the ninth year in a row, Detroit Cristo Rey High School seniors have reached 100% college acceptance. At an assembly on Jan. 31 the entire school celebrated the news with applause, cake, and encouraging words from President Mike Khoury.
Ben Carson High School is home to a program for freshmen students known as SMASH (Summer Math and Science Honors Academy). SMASH is a program where freshmen are recruited to a college campus over the summer.
In December, Wayne State University’s Public Research Methods class conducted research on Benjamin Carson High School’s 11th graders about the impact of vaping and e-cigarettes, and found that most students were aware of the impact of using these devices.