A congressman who was late, irrelevant questions that were posed to elected officials, and the event exceeding three-hours to a bored, restless, crowd of teens. These were some of the complaints from the last Teen Political Forum that were brought up in a city commission workshop retreat.
Highly-regarded as a dominant closer at the University of Florida, the Coral Springs native heard his name called by the Boston Red Sox in the third round of this past MLB draft.
The Broward County School Board recently approved the appointment of Russell Schwartz as the new Principal of Park Trails Elementary School in Parkland.
The tragic loss of one of their fellow Indian Princesses became the inspiration for friends to raise over $12,000 for suicide prevention in her memory.
High School Seniors at Temple Beth Orr in Coral Springs participated in a special ceremony honoring them and helping them to prepare for their next journey into college.
Back to school shopping will soon be underway, and some children will head back to the classroom without much-needed supplies.
JP Taravella High School has a new principal after Shawn Cerra was named the new Director of Athletics for Broward Schools last spring.
A Coral Springs student won first place in a scholarship contest held by the Broward County Police Benevolent Association.
At their meeting on Tuesday, the Broward County School Board approved the appointment of Matthew Bianchi to become the new Principal of Westglades Middle School.
By: Sharon Aron Baron Coral Springs Charter School made the top 100 “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” 2016 list by The Washington Post ranking number 59. They join Fort Lauderdale High School which ranks 57. Coral Springs Charter has maintained an “A” school grade for over six consecutive years and the average student is expected to score […]
A popular elementary school principal has just announced he is leaving one Broward County Public school for another.
A witness said that over 50 cars at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School parking lot were covered with obscenities today.
One Broward County Public High School Made Top 100 “America’s Most Challenging High Schools”
Thirteen Broward County Public School students have been named by The National Merit Scholarship Corporation as scholarship finalists and four of them are from Coral Springs and Parkland Schools.
One local high school senior has won a prestigious national four-year scholarship to the University of Miami to study music.
A high school senior wanted to make a statement in his yearbook, but unless you were a chemistry major, you’d have a tough time figuring out what he was trying to say.
Audience members will be treated as guests at Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding by the interactive, improvisational comedy cast of Coral Glades High School drama students this weekend.
The Friends of Music, Inc. and other community organizations honored their outstanding volunteers at the Working in Harmony Volunteer Luncheon with live music and a fashion show.
A Marjory Stoneman Douglas student was named the Broward County JROTC 2016 Cadet of the Year in a ceremony last Friday.
The City of Coral Springs is offering community service hours along with a free lunch in exchange for your help in keeping the City beautiful.
Students from JP Taravella travelled to New York to participate in a three-day event event which allowed them to demonstrate their skills, knowledge and diverse talents in entrepreneurship, communications, computer technology, and global business management.
One school board member who is facing a tough reelection battle this August admitted she made a mistake after violating Florida election law by loaning her campaign a cash contribution.
Twenty deserving high school seniors were awarded scholarships towards their freshman year in college thanks to the city’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee.
Registration is in full swing, so don’t miss your chance to register for Coral Springs Kamp Kool this summer.
This student is one of 1,000 distinguished high school seniors around the country who have won the corporate-sponsored National Merit Scholarship awards financed by about 200 corporations, company foundations, and other business organizations.
“When Will It End” tackles strong social issues related to teen suicide, gun violence in schools, and bullying. The song covers two narratives dealing with strong social issues and tackling a systemic problem facing our country.
According to U.S. News & World Report, Parkland is home to one of Broward County Public Schools best high schools along with 15 other high schools that made the national rankings.
Whether there was genuine interest in meeting their elected officials or the desire to earn the required service hours, one thing was clear: over 1,400 Coral Springs and Parkland high school students turned out for this year’s Teen Political Forum at the Center for the Arts.
Many Broward County Public School teachers are vocal about raises and want someone to represent their best interest on the school board. When it comes down to actually voting, a large amount of teachers fail to show up at the polls unless it is a November election. Problem is, by that time, many school board elections have already been decided.
Broward County Public Schools annual Conversation with the District series of town hall-style meetings aimed at gaining input and feedback from parents, students, staff and community members will be heading this way in April.