East Chicago Urban Enterprise Academy
DYER | Mathletes from the East Chicago Urban Enterprise Academy proved that “Math is the only subject that counts” at the Indiana Association of School Principal’s annual M.A.T.H. Bowl competition held Feb. 27 at Kahler Middle School.
Ambassador Christian Academy in Gary, which has 257 students using Choice Scholarship Program vouchers — the highest in the state — is an F school under Indiana's A-F grading system for school accountability.
EAST CHICAGO | Kids have been playing basketball in the cafeteria again.
EAST CHICAGO | East Chicago Urban Enterprise Academy students shared their love of creativity with the community by hosting their first Art Show.
EAST CHICAGO | On Tuesday, March 20, city hall was visited by 35 bright students from the East Chicago Urban Enterprise Academy led by their social studies teacher Ceretta Morris. The tour began with a greeting from our Parks and Recreation Manager Fran Nowacki.
Thirty-five students from the East Chicago Urban Enterprise Academy, led by their social studies teacher, Ceretta Morris, visited East Chicago City Hall on Tuesday. The tour began with a greeting from Parks and Recreation Manager Fran Nowacki.
GARY | It's a general assumption that teams that like to press don't like to be pressed.
EAST CHICAGO | Twenty seven East Chicago Urban Enterprise Academy 8th Graders walked confidently and respectfully down the halls of their cafeteria for the last time.
The Indiana State Board of Accounts has released reports on three local charter schools, citing examples of poor record-keeping and money management.
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