Weekly roundup of education-related news.
College-sponsored awards provide up to $2,000 annually for undergraduate studies.
The awards provide between $500 and $2,000 annually for undergraduate study.
TUSD seeks volunteers to serve on the Technology Oversight Committee.
The Tucson East Elks Lodge #2532 awarded more than $10,000 in scholarships to seven local high school seniors.
The Tucson East Elks Lodge #2532 awards more than $10,000 in scholarships.
Stephen Placencia loved soccer. He loved hat tricks and headers, shooting on goal and finishing.
PHOENIX – The Marana softball team – family, rather – pulled off its second straight upset on Thursday night with a 4-0 win over No. 11 Phoenix Greenway, guaranteeing the 14th-seeded Tigers at least two more games together.
Five Tucson-area teens have been named National Merit Scholarship winners.
A former railroad station foreman house once slated for demolition is being given new life through a partnership between the Vail Unified School District and the Vail Preservation Society.
A 71-year-old security guard at Cienega High School was arrested for having “an inappropriate relationship with a 15-year-old student,” a sheriff’s spokesman said Thursday.
Even if first-year coach Nic Thiltges refuses to admit it, the postseason-bound Rincon/University girls volleyball team is playing its best this season with two weeks remaining in the regular season.
4 area schools recognized for civic involvement
It's time to celebrate. Cienega High School graduates tossed hundreds of little rubber ducks in the air as graduation ceremonies concluded last Thursday at the school.
Cienega High graduate Aliah Brown, facing, gets a congratulatory hug. About 400 seniors concluded their high school days at the ceremony and moved on to future endeavors.
Graduates parade onto the field at the start of ceremonies at Cienega High, 12775 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way, in the Vail School District.
Nemer Hassey sees roughly 50 students a year transfer into Cienega High School for several different reasons. About 10 of them play sports without any penalty, as long at they follow the rules.
HONOLULU - After two years out of basketball, Cienega High School product Brandon Burnett is going through a pretty involved learning process at Indiana State.