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Deadline has been extended to Sept. 10. Applicants must provide vision statement on moving the Riverside school district forward.
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Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic high school students show fourth year of growth in overall ACT test scores, all scores above state average.
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Madeline Pappas named recipient of prestigious scholarship from the Illinois Hotel and Lodging Association Educational Foundation.
Alia Abiad advances to 87th Scripps National Spelling Bee finals on the word "misère." Championship will be broadcast live Thursday on ESPN.
District considering adopting college cum laude model to recognize honor students, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Nazareth senior Patrick Quinn awarded full-ride college scholarship, school announces.
Outstanding student athletes and honor roll students announce colleges where they will continue to pursue academic careers.
LTHS students site homework load as the leading cause of academic stress, according to the Chicago Tribune survey.
Students on school athletic teams and in marching bands are currently, under state law, allowed an exemption from physical education courses, according to the Daily Herald.
The District 58 school board in recent months has been discussing the possibility of implementing a fee for busing students.
Tuesday will be the fourth weather-related off day for LT students this month.
District 106 also canceled school Monday due to the frigid weather.
The 2014-15 start date depends on whether or not the board approves a facility expansion plan in February.
Illinois State Board of Education to review special education at LT next week, with forum planned for parents of students with disabilities Tuesday, Jan. 14.
Winter break is finally ending for LT and District 101 students.
The extreme cold means an extra day of winter break for local students.