The Detroit Parent Network (DPN) helps Southeastern High School students plan for college by conducting workshops at the school during the school day. Since September 19, 2018, DPN Theresa Mitchell, has walked students through a process of selecting and analyzing possible college choices that match their career goals, interests and personalities.
Two years ago at Mumford lunch was only 30 minutes long, but starting last year, the lunch hour is really an hour long. During the short lunch period students barely had enough time eat.
The University Musical Society and DTE Energy Foundation awarded King’s own dance instructor Denise Allen the 2018 DTE Energy Foundation Educator of the Year award. This award annually celebrates teachers’ excellence in arts education.
Martin Luther King Jr. Senior High School has a new college adviser, Juanita Gool. Her job is to assist in the process of getting seniors closer to their career choice.
Students come to school with the intentions to get in, learn something, and head home. It is a routine that has been followed for many years.
Are water coolers better than updated fountains? That was the question posed to several students at Western, and the response was yes. In late August, it was announced that Detroit Public Schools Community District would shut off all of its schools’ drinking fountains due to a testing which found that 16 out of 24 schools, found high levels of lead and copper in their water.
Have you ever sat in a class and thought to yourself, "This is not going to benefit my future"? Maybe you even went to multiple college fairs and deep down you had a feeling of certainty that it would not benefit you.
High school alone is a challenging time in a teenager’s life. However being a Detroit Cristo Rey student makes it even more challenging due to its college preparatory curriculum and Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP). The CWSP allows students to work in professional settings like law firms and hospitals to gain experience in fields they find interesting.
One of CMA's very own had chance to not only visit Princeton University but participate in their journalism workshop.
The last senior class of the “teens” organized this final year with the selection of officers. Tiffany Hansbro, president; Siobhan Stringer, vice president; Alonzo Macon, secretary; and Lawren Spark, treasurer, are the new class officers.
High school students are missing a fundamental building block in their education at public schools: the arts. When you picture high school, you typically see athletes running plays, school dances, and yearbook photo ops.
On May 15th, 2018, the holy month of Ramadan will start for Muslims worldwide.