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Bailey still in transition; works to understand CMS budget

Bailey still in transition; works to understand CMS budget

It’s been an “enlightening” experience and transition for long-time Matthews Board of Commissioner Paul Bailey as he acclimates to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education District 6 seat. The veteran… Read more »

Queen’s Grant’s traveling arts company

Queen’s Grant’s traveling arts company

MINT HILL – Showcasing the arts at a campus without adequate space is a challenge for leaders at Queen’s Grant High School. But when they have a chance to borrow… Read more »

Covenant Day leaders talk expansion, future with area parents

Covenant Day leaders talk expansion, future with area parents

MATTHEWS – It’s been 25 years since Covenant Day School first came to be. First established by the Session of Christ Covenant Church in 1989, the school has grown over… Read more »

Local charter takes next step, looks to future

Local charter takes next step, looks to future

It’s been a year of transition for Charlotte Secondary School. The Paideia-based school, which pulls a number of students from Matthews and Mint Hill, first opened its doors to middle… Read more »

Matthews-Mint Hill Education Notes – 3/21

Matthews-Mint Hill Education Notes – 3/21

CHARLOTTE – The Providence High School German language program recently earned the Champion’s Trophy for the best overall language program in North Carolina at the annual “German Day” state competition…. Read more »

Butler principal accepts new position, commits to graduation

Butler principal accepts new position, commits to graduation

MATTHEWS – Butler High School Principal Will Leach will play double duty as the end of the third quarter draws near. While students buckle down for end-of course testing later… Read more »

Matthews-Mint Hill Education Notes

Matthews-Mint Hill Education Notes

Local students need votes for global change campaign Mothering Across Continents, a Charlotte-based nonprofit, recently launched Any1Can Vote, a campaign and contest featuring hand-painted T-shirts expressing seven global issues by… Read more »

Independence students study the ‘RISE of Peace’

Independence students study the ‘RISE of Peace’

Finding ways to change the world proves to be an intimidating task for many high school students. But thanks to Charlotte-based nonprofit Mothering Across Continents, 18 local high school students… Read more »

CMS gears up for new Levine Middle College

CMS gears up for new Levine Middle College

MATTHEWS – It’s lottery season in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, with the first school lottery wrapping up earlier this week. But with a second lottery still to come, juniors and seniors in… Read more »

Creating inclusion in the gardens

Creating inclusion in the gardens

Two students at Providence High School are turning their senior exit projects into service projects that will help benefit a sometimes-overlooked group of students at the school. Providence High seniors… Read more »

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