The Critics’ Awards Program, or Cappies for short, will celebrate outstanding achievement in high school theater when students from 24 public and private schools throughout Broward and Palm Beach counties will vie for top honors at the 16th Annual Cappies Awards Gala.
Thirty seniors attending Broward County Public Schools received Arts for the Future Scholarships, including students from Coral Springs and Parkland,
The students had questions and their elected officials answered them at this year’s 12th Annual Teen Political forum which brought students from both Coral Springs and Parkland area high schools.
Back for its 12th year, local high school students will get a first-hand opportunity on how state and local government works at the next Teen Political Forum.
Out of the 53 Broward County Public School students that were named semifinalists in the prestigious 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program, 15 were from Coral Springs and Parkland high schools, one was home-schooled and all four public high schools in the city were represented.
Students at Coral Springs Charter School received a hands-on lesson through the help of a virtual reality simulator, that distracted driving can be deadly.
The Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida is in the process of forming new troops in the Coral Springs, Parkland and the North Broward area and have several events for new members to take part in.
With just a a couple of cameras and a borrowed computer, Lee Camhi set out to tell the story of his daughter’s high school band. However, the story didn’t have an ending. But he knew that if he kept filming, something inspiring would happen.
The results are in and Broward County Public Schools have earned their place as 2017’s “America’s Most Challenging High Schools.”
Incoming University of Florida students from Broward County were awarded scholarships from the Broward County Gator Club including schools from Coral Springs.
Each year the Coral Springs Fraternal Order of Police provides scholarships to assist the children of law enforcement members in their effort to attend college.
The Critics’ Awards Program, or Cappies for short, will celebrate outstanding achievement in high school theater when students from 25 public and private schools….
Thirty seniors including those from Coral Springs and Parkland high schools received Arts for the Future Scholarships during the 18th annual Stars on Parade extravaganza at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
When the lights went down, the high school crowd, pumped up from the dance music, was in no mood to settle down for serious political talk, and so they began throwing water bottles from the auditorium balcony in the dark.
By: Bryan Boggiano
Patients in Century Village, a retirement community in Deerfield Beach that see podiatrist Dr. Robert Charnam pay more for insurance due to being at a higher risk for illness…
Local high school students will get a first-hand opportunity on how state and local government works at the 2017 Teen Political Forum, an open mic style event where students address their state and local elected officials.
The Coral Springs Center for the Arts is featuring the 2017 Superintendent’s Advanced Placement Studio Art Exhibition and All County Honors Music Concerts showcasing outstanding student talent.
Newly elected Broward County Commissioner Michael Udine donated a portion of his leftover campaign funds to his former high school: specifically to the culinary students who are raising money to spend a week in France to study culinary arts in January.
It’s November 8, and you didn’t vote early or get an absentee vote. That’s okay, you enjoy the excitement of voting on Election Day.
Early voting began on Monday at the Northwest Regional Library and voters were lining up all day to cast their ballots.
Body cameras for police officers, improved parks and updated facilities. That’s what the City of Coral Springs is proposing if voters say “yes” to the penny tax on November 8.
The Coral Springs Civil Air Patrol will be celebrating their 30 year anniversary and are inviting past, present and future members to join them at Veterans Park.
She had just graduated from high school and would soon be starting college at the University of Florida when her young life was taken so early.
A 13 year-old girl who bravely snapped a photo of a man burglarizing her home helped police identify him.
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 […]
One Broward County Public High School Made Top 100 “America’s Most Challenging High Schools”
One local high school senior has won a prestigious national four-year scholarship to the University of Miami to study music.
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.
Parkland residents know where to find Mayor Michael Udine when something is on their minds; he’s typically at the Coral Ridge Starbucks each morning at 6:30 a.m. drinking coffee.