The new owner of Stepping Stones Early Learning Center has a heart for early-childhood education.
Anticipated to open this fall, the Goddard School offers Woodbury students a proprietary play-based curriculum grounded in research on how children learn when they have fun.
Between sports, clubs, jobs, volunteering—and, of course, schoolwork—teenagers seem to be busier than ever these days.
After winning the Lake Superior Regional FIRST Robotics Competition, the 3M Fighting Calculators high school robotics team, along with their allied teams from New London and Frazee, qualified for the World Competition in April.
As part of our annual Prep Elite feature, we chatted with nine local high school seniors about their hopes, dreams and favorite high school memories.
In two years, East Ridge High School (ERHS) moved from an idea and a few people to school-wide events that embrace everyone, thanks to the ERHS Unified Club.
Shouazong “Faith” Hang is not an average high school student. The teen, who will graduate from East Ridge High School next spring, has a role in many activities and is succeeding through it all.
From the football field to the stage, from volunteering as tutors to serving in leadership roles, these young men and women bring something special to everything they do.
This past school year marked the beginning of the 15% Innovation Portfolio (IP) program at New Life Academy. Students in grades 6-12 explored scientific learning of their choosing and had complete freedom to learn whatever they wanted.
Community education is a department of South Washington County Schools, bringing a wide variety of programs and activities to the community. Check out the new adult/youth catalog of course offerings from community education at cecool.com. Here are a few samples of what’s planned: