Education & Kids
Junior High / High School

A panel composed of artists and women working behind the scenes in the arts offered empowering advice to middle school students at Poly Prep Country Day School, telling the youngsters at a special  … Full Article

Xaverian internships give students a career head-start

Randy Antoun, a senior at Xaverian High School in Bay Ridge, is on his way to the top. Well actually, he’s already been there. The top of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, that is. … Full Article

Middle school after-school enrollment hits 121 percent

Mayor Bill de Blasio and New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Commissioner Bill Chong on Wednesday announced that enrollment has reached 121 percent for the more than 75,000 city-funded after-school seats currently available to middle school students. … Full Article

Business leaders, educators team up to start school tech program

Teamwork between the public and private sectors has led to the development of an educational program that will give students a jump on careers in engineering and architecture, according to a group of educators and business leaders. … Full Article

Students mount campaign to fix Fort Hamilton Athletic Field

Years of football games, track meets and outdoor physical education classes have taken a toll on the Fort Hamilton High School Athletic Field, according to students, who said the field is in terrible shape and is badly in need of repairs. … Full Article

Jack Skillman, former headmaster of the Packer Collegiate Institute, dies at 80

John F. Skillman, Jr. “Jack” of Falmouth, ME, a former Headmaster of the Packer Collegiate Institute and life-long educator, died December 15th in Scarborough, ME at the age of 80.  … Full Article

New York student graduation rate rises despite standards

BUFFALO— New York's high school graduation rate improved slightly to 76.4 percent last year, despite the state's adoption of new learning standards. … Full Article

St. Joseph’s High School gets go-to-college funding help from National Grid

Good fences make good neighbors, but in the case of St. Joseph's High School, good neighbors make college possible. … Full Article

Fariña says school overcrowding hard to solve

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña came to a town hall in Bay Ridge Wednesday night and faced a surprising number of questions about a housing controversy in southwest Brooklyn and its impact on school overcrowding. … Full Article

Dikembe Mutombo gets computer science lesson from Brooklyn students

Former NBA star Dikembe Mutombo got a lesson in computer science from some bright Brooklyn middle schoolers on Monday. … Full Article

Edward R. Murrow High School to mark 40th anniversary

Edward R. Murrow High School, named after the legendary CBS newsman, turned 40 years old last month and officials are making plans for a big celebration during the spring semester. Murrow alumni will be invited to join the anniversary party in the spring. … Full Article

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