Celebrate, explore and discover science, technology, engineering and math April 8-24 in NC
The Culinary Boot Camp at Deep River Recreation Center & Park in High Point starts May 5.
Summer Teen Volunteer Program at Greensboro Science Center
After winning the state championship, the team is now preparing to compete in the national tournament
Star student Mackenzie Wheeless motivates peers to help community and make a difference
Action, Bravery and Compassion will be emphasized during anti-bullying program
March is Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month
Let GCS know what qualities you want in the person who will fill the top leadership position
Views = Votes: Viewing the 2016 Concert for Music in Our Schools Month is open until March 31
Young pickers and singers are encouraged to apply before the March 21 deadline in order to perform during the showcases.
A long awaited change to be rolled out over next few days
Encouraging a lifetime of healthy media use is more complex than ever before.
Area schools offer young students an option that results in second language acquisition without traditional foreign language classes.
Guilford Education Alliance holds month-long supplies drive
Navigate the school options and learn more about Opportunity Scholarships in NC
The Tapper Twins Series author will also visit Summit School for a public presentation and book signing
Local schools accepting applications for magnet programs
Niche ranks the Triad school 34th in US
Find the teachable moments that are plentiful during the hectic holiday season.
Greensboro Day School experts answer parent questions about middle school age children.
Families will get to learn about GCS various and unique school program options.
Pre-nursing students gain experience assisting with screens
Our kids’ experience of school is beginning to look quite different from our own.
A new smartphone app can help identify college students at risk of catching the flu, say UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University researchers.
The option to enroll a child who is not quite 5 years old — or who may have just turned 5 — often complicates parents’ decision-making process.
We asked parents across North Carolina, “What made you take the plunge?”
When provided details about the proposed changes to the SAT, the surveyed parents’ opinions about the new format were divided.
Reasons to limit kids' screen time, while also relaxing about limited exposure
Thousands celebrate afterschool programs and raise awareness
Grant provides free field trips for WS/FCS students