Roundup of Tucson-area education news.
The Tucson East Elks Lodge #2532 awards more than $10,000 in scholarships.
Scholarships awarded to 4 Catalina seniors
The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is awarding more than $345,000 in scholarships to high school and college students in Tucson, Sahuarita and Nogales.
The Catalina High School Foundation awarded $15,000 in scholarships to four Catalina Magnet graduating seniors.
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.
Foothills district names top teachers
Two Pima Community College students are being recognized by the Tucson branch of the American Association of University Women with scholarships.
The Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce is awarding Steve Engle Memorial Scholarships at a breakfast at 7:15 a.m. today at Oro Valley Country Club, 300 W. Greenock Drive.
Marana High class of '73 sets reunion
Pablo Monreal is senior at San Miguel High School, one of the Catholic schools in Tucson without an enrollment problem.
Brother Chris Patiño teaches the Holy Trinity and early heresy to a freshman religion class at San Miguel High School.
Freshman Bairont Quintero, 14, adds to his lunch at the San Miguel cafeteria. The poor economy and competition from charter schools has eroded enrollment at some Catholic high schools in Tucson.
Here, in this school on Tucson's south side, lie the hopes of the Diocese of Tucson for a Catholic education. Hailed nationwide, San Miguel High School belongs to the Cristo Rey Network, a group of schools dedicated to teaching low-income students by enrolling them in an innovative part-time…
An $800,000 donation from AT&T will provide scholarships for about 300 Tucson children to attend one of three area Catholic schools.
"We are offering students who have achieved success in the
classroom a chance to continue their education at a cost that could
be less than that of attending a public institution."
The Arizona Board of Regents wants to know what you think about
a proposal to increase in-state base tuition and fees 22 percent
next year at the University of Arizona.
Pima Community College is enrolling students in its new Pathways
to Healthcare program.