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Premier High School Students Get Ahead through Nursing Certification Program

Yarely Gomez wants to go to nursing school after she graduates from high school. However, this senior at Premier High School of Edinburg Career and Technology Education Center is getting a head start by...

5 Jobs in Arts, A/V Technology and Communications

When it comes to jobs in the Arts, A/V Technology and Communications career cluster, a range of diverse jobs exist. Many positions and salaries depend on work experiences more than education levels. Several Premier...

ResponsiveEd Launches Master Teacher Program to Support Classrooms

Developing lifelong learners is one of ResponsiveEd’s goals. Strong teachers play a vital role in meeting this goal. This year ResponsiveEd’s content directors launched the Master Teacher Program as a way to support teachers...

Founders Classical Academy Students Tackle Great Ideas in Their Senior Thesis

Can equality pose a threat to liberty? It is a big question, but one Kerighan Wheeler, a senior at Founders Classical Academy of Lewisville found intriguing and decided to address in her senior thesis....

ResponsiveEd’s Schools Provide Content-Rich Literature

From STEM to classical and early college programs, ResponsiveEd values providing all families with real school choices for their students, while focusing on providing a virtue-based education with a content-rich curriculum. Reading quality literature...

Corinth Classical Academy Student Receives National Recognition for Volunteer Work

Every year since he was six, Micah Pinson, a seventh grader at Corinth Classical Academy, has collected and donated toys to the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. In recognition of his volunteer work,...

Founders Classical Academy of Leander has Fun through Archer Games

At the end of every semester students and faculty from Founders Classical Academy of Leander gather for two days to compete in and cheer on their classmates in the Archer Games. Created in May...

Corinth Classical Students Take Home FIRST LEGO League Win

This year was Corinth Classical Academy’s first time competing in FIRST LEGO League, but that didn’t stop one of their teams, The Crash, from taking home the trophy at their first competition. Beyond their...

Premier of Little Rock Builds Community through Alumni Association

Premier High School Alumnae Calvere Robinson has a busy schedule, but between her classes as a double major at Arkansas South Baptist College and working with disabled children, she still finds time every day...

Premier Lewisville Student Finds Motivation through Youth Entrepreneurs (YE) Program

Junior Peyton Symonds says the standard plastic classroom chairs found in most schools are not the best for learning. He wants to solve that problem. Working with two other partners, he is designing a...