High school seniors face many choices when preparing for graduation and enrolling in college. One of the more difficult choices for some students involves selecting a major.
Graduating eighth graders and graduating Stark High School seniors from Fuchs Mizrachi School in Beachwood received a surprise car parade from their teachers. Each graduate was presented with a lawn sign to display.
Friendship Circle Kulanu student Tal Rothberg won first place locally and third place nationally in the Better Together program’s annual Better2Write competition.
About 100 children and adults participated in the Gross Schechter Day School fourth annual Run/Walk on May 25, raising about $25,000 with more donations expected.
Following the transition to online learning for educational institutions across the country, Cuyahoga Community College and its foundation is doing what it can to make sure students stay on track to graduate.
Preschoolers at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple’s early childhood center and their families participate in a 45-vehicle parade April 29 around the Beachwood temple’s parking lot.
As many students prepare for the transition from high school to college, some opt to experience a gap year, where students can defer a year to pursue other goals. According to the Gap Year Association, about 40,000 students took a gap year last year.
Nurenberg Paris Injury Lawyers launched Senior Spotlight, an online giveaway to celebrate Ohio’s class of 2020, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic which has forced or delayed graduations, proms and other end-of-year celebrations.
At school, students learn an array of subjects that will impact their future. In addition to learning math and grammar, many educators teach lessons about right and wrong, as well as other important morals.
Separated by a few months, the transition from eighth grade to high school can be jarring. To make the move smoother, educators suggest proper preparation for preteens approaching secondary school.
Junior Elizabeth Metz of Beachwood High School in Beachwood won The Princeton Prize in Race Relations award. The Princeton Prize is a national service program recognizing outstanding high school students who show leadership by improving race relations in their communities.
A statewide lockdown has forced educators to fundamentally change the way they teach and counsel to adapt to the need for virtual classrooms and account for the challenges that students face when learning from home.