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Covenant Day ignites with growth

Covenant Day ignites with growth

School breaks ground on new high school building Covenant Day School officials turned the dirt on Thursday, April 16, to kick off the first phase of the school’s Legacy capital… Read more »

Legislators address uncertain 
fate of public education

Legislators address uncertain 
fate of public education

Area legislators faced hard questions regarding the fate of North Carolina public education on Friday, April 10, at MeckEd’s Community Conversation event, and the outcome doesn’t look as promising as… Read more »

Education News & Notes: April 23 to 29

Education News & Notes: April 23 to 29

Rocky River JROTC attends field day, partners with blood center MINT HILL – The Rocky River High School JROTC cadets partnered with the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas to… Read more »

Queen’s Grant raises funds after vandalism on soccer field

Queen’s Grant raises funds after vandalism on soccer field

MINT HILL – What most likely was intended as a juvenile prank this winter left lasting damage for Queen’s Grant High School. On Feb. 18 around midnight, Christopher Dunlap, of… Read more »

Butler’s first Model UN team earns ‘best new team’ title

Butler’s first Model UN team earns ‘best new team’ title

MATTHEWS – Months of research and late nights paid off for Butler High School’s first Model United Nations (UN) team, which was recognized at Winthrop University’s 39th Model UN Conference… Read more »

Education News & Notes: April 16 to 22

Education News & Notes: April 16 to 22

Carmel Christian junior accepted into prestigious summer programs MATTHEWS – Carmel Christian School junior Madeline Bennett has been accepted into two summer programs – The Governor’s School of North Carolina… Read more »

Mint Hill Middle whips up food during inaugural STEM cooking competition

Mint Hill Middle whips up food during inaugural STEM cooking competition

MINT HILL – Mint Hill Middle School students buttoned their aprons, prepared their sauces and readied their spices on Friday, March 27, for the inaugural STEM to Fork culinary competition…. Read more »

Crestdale earns second re-designation as a ‘School to Watch’

Crestdale earns second re-designation as a ‘School to Watch’

MATTHEWS – The National Forum to Accelerate Middle-Grades Reform (NFAMGR) recently announced Crestdale Middle School as a “School to Watch,” a second re-designation for the school. Schools to Watch is… Read more »

Education Notes: April 9 to 15

Education Notes: April 9 to 15

Latin students earn honors at Certamen prelims MATTHEWS – A number of area students earned Top 10 awards during the North Carolina Certamen preliminary rounds on March 14. Certamen is… Read more »

Covenant Day hosts project to fight hunger in community

Covenant Day hosts project to fight hunger in community

MATTHEWS – Covenant Day School students recently learned how a small act of kindness can make a larger impact in the community through a creative way. Covenant Day students participated… Read more »