Benjamin Carson High School previously allowed students to use headphones. The students were allowed to use headphones during individual work with the teachers’ permission.
In this day and age, teens prefer to show off their personal style by expressing them through their clothing, but uniform (which has been implemented for many years) doesn’t allow their style to be represented.
For the past decade, Detroit Cristo Rey High School, known as the school that works, has prepared students for the professional world.
What is the meaning of Christmas? Some say that the Christmas season is a chance to spend time with your family and show how much you care for them.
“Hello this is a 911 operator what is your emergency?” “Hello?! My friend took some pills and will not wake up!” “Okay ma’am, stay calm help is on the way.” Teen drug abuse is a very serious situation all over the country.
Double Standards are defined in Webster’s Dictionary as “the application of different sets of principles for similar situations”. As far back as time will go, double standards have been evident in our society.
Benjamin Carson High School of Science and Medicine, which prepares students to get ready to attend the medical field, has a schedule that rotates between two days: science days and medicine days.
The Frederick Douglass Promise Program is making a major impact on the ninth graders at Frederick Douglass Academy. Months in the planning, the program is designed to ease the transition of freshmen to high school and encourages them to excel academically and socially by offering support from administrators, school counselors, parents, teachers, upper-classmen and community leaders. Unlike existing bridge programs, which run 4-6 weeks and focus on brushing up academics for incoming ninth graders, the Promise Program supports students year-round.
U.S. Army Air Corps Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Jefferson, with tears in his eyes, raised his fist in the air, the 9th grade students at Frederick Douglass Academy for Young Men said the creed. In unison, the students recited “[...] honorable young men of integrity filled with potential and endless possibilities [...] we will meet and exceed the expectations of those who came before us.