High School Students
HAMMOND | A Nobel Peace Prize-winner told about 300 students that climate changes pose fundamental threats to people, places, land, sea and various species.
HAMMOND | Centier Bank’s Hammond Community Advisory Panel, the Hammond INnovation Center and Creative Solutionz Inc. have partnered to present “Young Professionals of the 21st Century – Part 1” to Hammond students in grades 8 to 12 on Nov. 8. Held at the Hammond INnovation Center, the event …
HAMMOND | More than 300 high school students attended a World Affairs Conference at Purdue University Calumet in Hammond to discuss whether world peace is possible and why they should care.
Chanhassen High School students play a game of hackie sack and relax during their 20-minute "recess" in the school's theater in Chanhassen, Minn. Chanhassen is among a small but growing number of schools that has homework-free nights scattered throughout the school year along with the "reces…
A student pets Junie, the school's "therapy dog," at Prospect High School in Mt. Prospect, Ill. Stress, anxiety and panic attacks are on the rise at many U.S. high schools, due to heightened academic expectations and troubles at home made worse by the shaky economy. So some schools are tryin…
MOUNT PROSPECT | The four-legged member of the counseling team at the suburban high school waits patiently, as a crush of students fills the hallways. Her tail wags with the first pat on the head, then another and another.
GARY | First Financial Bank is providing an academic grant as a corporate sponsor of the Northwest Indiana Dental Summer Institute to be held June 25-27 at Indiana University Northwest.
During the latter part of the Gary and Merrillville community school corporations and area charter schools spring break, many students were relaxing or vacationing.
HAMMOND | Our Family Center, a locally based 501c3 nonprofit agency, has started a new program to prepare high school juniors and seniors for college.
The Center of Workforce Innovations is looking for advisers to serve as career counselors for Northwest Indiana high school students.
VALPARAISO | A summer camp for high school students interested in exploring the history and culture of China will begin in July at Valparaiso University and is attracting nationwide enrollment.
CROWN POINT | The North West District of Clubs, part of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs, is sponsoring its Annual Art Contest for students in their senior year of high school who plan to major in the field of art in college. Students from Lowell, Valparaiso and Kouts high schools are…
The deadline for high school students and their teachers to submit essays for the Bill of Rights Institute's national "Being an American Essay Contest" is Dec. 1. The contest asks students to share their thoughts, in 750 words or less, on American citizenship by answering the question: "What…
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