Weekly education-related briefs.
43 Tucson students have been named National Merit Scholarship program semifinalists.
All-Star Daniel Borg - Ironwood Ridge offensive lineman Daniel Borg on Aug. 19, 2003.
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.
When Oro Valley native Jessica Hickam finished working as a production assistant on “Star Trek Into Darkness,” she had a “now what?” moment.
PHOENIX — With a tune on her mind, Lexi Adelberg settled down enough in a big situation to put the Ironwood Ridge softball team one win from a return to the Division II state championship game.
Entering the Division II softball state playoffs, Ironwood Ridge coach Rich Alday had worries about his team’s ability to capitalize on scoring opportunities.
Six Tucson-area teens have been named National Merit $2,500 Scholarship winners.
Summer reading program features digital books
Sixteen Tucson-area teens are being recognized Thursday by the Comcast Foundation Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program.
Growing up in a small, segregated Georgia town in the 1950s, I remember studying from used textbooks that were sent to our Colored school after a white school received its new textbooks. Sometimes the textbooks contained hateful racial slurs written by students who knew that the books were d…
A developer is asking to rezone 45 acres of vacant land next to Ironwood Ridge High School for a new housing development.
Jake Fischer moved into the national spotlight before the 2013 season began.
They may still be in high school, but they’re living the lives of academics. Students on the eight-member Ironwood Ridge High School Students Modeling a Research Topic (SMART) Team work on research on weekends, build scientific models, travel to conferences and present academic papers.
The Amphitheater Public Schools district is investigating accusations of racial harassment at Ironwood Ridge High School after parent complaints prompted the school’s principal to call an emergency staff meeting and student assemblies.
When Catalina Foothills’ Harvey Nelson finally reached the dirt section at the winding Marana High School cross country course, the senior said he felt himself pulling away from the rest of the pack.