On April 1, Cass Tech students who are a part of the Mogul Prep Foundation, were granted with the opportunity to attend the Mogul Prep workshop, As well as meet and hear words of wisdom from Big Sean, the founder of the foundation.
Power 5 moves to Division 1 Schools Cass Tech Football Team sends 16 Players off to College By Kaelyn Collins On February 1st thousands of high school athletes across the country signed their letters of intent.
After the New Year journalists and automotive lovers have something to look forward to anually; the North American International Auto Show.
Little man, Big Game Senior Point Guard Leonard Silas leads the Varsity basketball team to the finals Varsity Basketball Head Coach Steve Hall stated, “this is one of the best records I’ve ever had entering into the playoffs.” The Cass Tech basketball team has beat 7 of the teams they have lost to in previous seasons. Senior Captain and point guard Leonard Silas, might be small in stature but he brings a big game to the court.
Following the creation of the “Studio of Infinite Possibilities”, at Cass Tech -- A studio sponsored by Big Sean and Adidas-- the “Sean Anderson Foundation” and its counterpart, “Mogul Prep”, have been heavily involved with Cass Tech and its students.
Detroit Public School Community District is the largest district in the entire state of Michigan.
On Wednesday, November 2, Cass Tech senior Johnathan Jackson met former United States President Bill Clinton, at Fellowship Chapel in Detroit while on the Presidential campaign trail with his wife, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Founded in February 2014 by President Barack Obama, the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative (MBK) was launched to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color.
As part of the National Registration Day on September 7, civil activist Reverend Jesse Jackson along with Mayor Mike Duggan and other political leaders, gathered at Cass Technical High School for a rally stressing the importance of voting to CT seniors. Reverend Jesse Jackson expressed the importance of young people voting and encouraging others to vote.
Last winter, a handful of Cass Tech juniors were given the opportunity to participate in summer programs at Ivy League schools in the summer of 2016.