Last week, the Florida Department of Education released the 2011-2012 high school grade results. Coral Springs Charter, along with Coral Glades High, Coral Springs High, J.P. Taravella High, and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, all received an ‘A’ rating based on students’ performance relative to state standards, graduation rates, participation and success in accelerated courses, and postsecondary preparation.
School Board members were sworn in on November 20, 2012 at Dillard High School. Abby Freedman was elected to to represent District Four which covers Parkland, Coral Springs, Tamarac as well as portions of Margate and North Lauderdale.
On Friday, the Florida Department of Education released 2011/12 preliminary high school grades under the revised Florida A++ Plan. Although announced as preliminary, these grades are final pending appeals, which would be submitted prior to February 2013. Elementary and middle school grades were released in late June 2011.
Rachael Rosier spends afternoons teaching both writing and theatre to students who would not otherwise get exposure to either. Her program called, Lil’ Playwrites not only helps the students in the schools that she teaches, but helps stocks the shelves of the WECARE food pantry in Sunrise, as the only fee to take her class, is one can of food.
A Coral Spring Middle School teacher has suddenly passed away leaving teachers and students with many unanswered questions.
Join the drama department at Coral Glades High School for a night of Shakespeare under the stars in their newly created amphitheater where audience members will get a unique and interesting Shakespearean globe experience.
I just had to post this video made by Coral Springs Christian Academy’s Upper School Faculty which features them lip-synching the song “Call Me Maybe.”
What do teens like Amanda from Brazil, Alexander from Germany, Rosa from Estonia, Ala from Tunisia and Rui from China have in common? These teens plus 60 others are headed to the United States in August as part of a group of about 3,500 teens from 60 countries, all of whom will be Youth for Understanding (YFU) high school exchange students.
YFU is currently looking for Coral Springs and Parkland High School students to apply for a YFU scholarship. You must meet the eligibility requirements listed on the individual scholarship pages for the program to which you are applying…..
On August 14, voters will have a chance to elect the next School Board member to represent Coral Springs and Parkland as well as covering parts of Margate, Tamarac and North Lauderdale. School Board candidates Abby Freedman and Shelly Solomon met at the Coral Springs Charter School on October 3, to discuss issues that would […]