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Local teachers named 2012 Teaching Fellows

Local teachers named 2012 Teaching Fellows

Several south Charlotte teachers will participate in the 2012 class of excellent teachers affiliated with the Teaching Fellows Institute at Charlotte. The program is a non-profit organization whose mission is… Read more »

Providence Day eCybermission team top in southeast

Providence Day eCybermission team top in southeast

Providence Day School’s Team Charger 9 eCybermission team recently won the eCybermission Southeast Regional Competition. Sponsored by the U.S. Army, the Web-based science, technology, engineering and mathematics competition is for… Read more »

Local students receive Morehead-Cain Scholarship

Local students receive Morehead-Cain Scholarship

Five seniors from south Charlotte were recently awarded The Morehead-Cain scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, one of the most prestigious merit scholarship programs in the… Read more »

Honor roll: Community House Middle School

Honor roll: Community House Middle School

Third Quarter Honor Roll Sixth grade Andrew Aguanno, Eduardo Alvarez-Pamir, Manvith Amara, Cade Anderson, Jocelyn Arbogast, Rania Badran, Zalfa Bahasuan, Priscilla Banuelos, John Barrett, Leah Bartkowski, Rhiannon Batchelor, Kaitlin Beckom,… Read more »

Country Day welcomes Special Olympics

Country Day welcomes Special Olympics

by Morgan Smith It’s not uncommon to see thousands of people gathered at the fields beside Charlotte Country Day School every spring, with t he school’s upper students walking hand-in-hand… Read more »

‘Large and In Charge’ take top chefs

‘Large and In Charge’ take top chefs

Middle school students from Providence Day, Charlotte Christian and Charlotte Latin sautéed, grilled and fried April 18, at the first Charlotte Flik Invitational Cook-Off, but only one team can call… Read more »

Students leading students

Students leading students

Local schools take initiative to battle middle school bullying and stereotyping by Morgan Smith A world without stereotypes and bullying seems nearly impossible. A school without stereotypes seems even more… Read more »

East Meck culinary team to attend national competition

East Meck culinary team to attend national competition

East Mecklenburg High School’s culinary arts team recently won first place in the cooking competition of the North Carolina  Family, Career and Community Leaders of America competition and will represent… Read more »

Providence High named a PASCH school

Providence High named a PASCH school

The German program at Providence High School was recently selected as one of only a few PASCH programs worldwide, a designation straight from Berlin, Germany, for student success in the… Read more »

Charlotte Christian presents ‘Music Man, Jr.’

Charlotte Christian presents ‘Music Man, Jr.’

Charlotte Christian middle school theater students will present “Music Man, Jr.” Thursday through Saturday, April 26 through 28. The show, which is the last production of the spring performing arts… Read more »

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