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Through Nov. 10,  to celebrate young people making a difference in volunteering, Prudential Financial and the National Association of Secondary School Principals invite local youth volunteers to apply for scholarships and national recognition  from The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. more
Surprise resident Lisa Johnson, a student at Gateway Community College in Phoenix, has been awarded a $1,500 scholarship by the Association’s Council on Approved Student Education. more
The Bryce Drew era of Grand Canyon University men’s basketball begins with a 2020-21 schedule that potentially features six nonconference opponents who won 19 or more games and a GCU Arena return visit from San Diego State. more
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Phoenix resident Sarah Thomas was OK with keeping her kids enrolled in Great Heart Academies amid a shift to virtual learning last spring, but then she saw the plans for the fall semester. more
Impact Gymnastics Academy, a gymnastics and fitness center on the corner of 12th Street and Northern Avenue in Phoenix, is offering study camps to assist parents with student needs during the school year. more
The National Quarterback Club recently announced the renewal of partnership between NQBC, Grand Canyon State Gridiron Club and Teen Lifeline, the nonprofit Arizona-based suicide prevention hotline. more
Valley schools prepare to begin online learning in the early weeks of August as parents offer insights into the various degrees of staying home or returning to the classroom. more
The Abrazo Health Family Medicine Residency at Abrazo Central Campus recognized its class of 2020 during graduation ceremonies on June 27. more
Like an old-fashioned game of freeze tag, many norms synonymous with going back to school are at a standstill until things can somewhat melt back to normal. more
Students looking for a summer project will have the chance to “learn and earn” through the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute. more
Three Arizona students received, at a June 6 ceremony, the Arizona Veterans Hall of Fame Society Scholarship on merit of their academic achievement and contribution to the mission of the Arizona Veterans Administration. more
Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates announces that Honeywell has hired two JAG students to help produce critical personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
A trio of cross-country runners from Xavier College Preparatory and Brophy College Preparatory have organized a virtual fun run with the aim of benefiting St. Vincent de Paul. more
Jobs for Arizona’s Graduates recently announce Honeywell has hired two JAG students to help produce personal protective equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. more
Several students from Xavier College Prep achieved the highest award in the International Thespian Society. more
Scottsdale Unified School District expressed its gratitude to the Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Phoenix police departments for their efforts at the district’s schools as part of National Police Week. more
For the 35th straight year, a cohort of Arizona’s highest-achieving high-school seniors has chosen to forego attending out-of-state universities and accept the Flinn Scholarship. more
As the country collectively continue to practice social distancing and take the appropriate health precautions to fight the coronavirus, many recognize that this difficult time can be physically and mentally taxing for all. more
During COVID-19 shutdowns, Arizona Science Center aims to build on its mission to inspire, educate and engage curious minds through science. more
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation will launch a free online learning tool for K-12 students this week with the introduction of the Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom. more
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