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Education news from Tucson-area schools.
The Class of 2014 at Green Fields Country Day School earned more than $2 million in scholarships from top colleges and universities around the nation.
Summer reading program features digital books
Sixteen Tucson-area teens are being recognized Thursday by the Comcast Foundation Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program.
Green Fields Country Day School is hosting a kindergarten open house March 30 from 1 to 3 p.m.
Never too soon to get ready for college
Tucson-area high school juniors with an interest in neuroscience are encouraged to apply for the fourth annual Brain Academy at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Elementary school students will raise money Friday to help a Tucson woman who suffered a traumatic brain injury when she was hit by a car.
A Green Fields Country Day School farmers' market on Friday will help raise funds for a Tucson teen who suffered traumatic brain injury when hit by a car.
Tucson girl, 7, seeks ‘kindness’ donations
The Dinner on the Green to celebrate 80 years at Green Fields Country Day School on Nov. 3 was a real grass-roots affair.
UHS grads offered $31M in scholarships
Caroline Fioramanti, fourth from left, with her sophomore English class at Green Fields Country Day School. The class recently wrote about strong female influences in their lives as part of an assignment.
Green Fields student Dyoni Isom and her mother, Angela.
Kimberly King, in sunglasses, on the Appalachian Trail with Green Fields students last week.
Dorothea Pharris, Wyatt Berger's grandmother.