Dr. Phillips High school won its fourth consecutive Metro West Conference All-Sports Award last week, and this week topped the Academic Team Championship for all 19 Metro Conference public high schools.
The Federal government says, universities have an obligation to admit “emotional support” animals into school housing, in view of the separation anxiety some college freshmen face after they leave home.
Physical challenges – cinnamon, salt and ice, and eraser – where students video tape themselves engaging in difficult, dangerous and outlandish “challenges” are sweeping the country.
A group of UCF students got to show off their engineering and computer science skills recently, with the creation of a mind-controlled miniature car that moves when the user wears a special headset, which picks up voltage from the brain to make the car accelerate.
Florida Atlantic University president Mary Jane Saunders has tendered her resignation in the wake of negative media coverage and a school year rocked with several strange-but-true incidents that have turned the school into a curiosity.
Diane Meiller and Associates, Inc., in partnership with Junior Achievement of Central Florida, recently hosted its 6th annual “Me and My CommUnity” event.
Kiera Wilmot, the 16-year-old Bartow High School straight ‘A’ student who was arrested over a failed science experiment that resulted in a small explosion on school grounds last month, continues to garner strong support from all over the world.
On Monday, concerned parents gathered at the Save Our Schools rally in Titusville, questioning how the school board was spending its money, aiming to “put the public back in education” and stay informed on all of the school board’s decisions.
Glenridge Middle School, located at 2900 Upper Park Rd, is no longer on lock down, after thirty Orlando police officers concluded a search of its premises.