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Lawn signs are available for purchase at $15 to help fund Project Graduation, which will take place June 19-20.
Mayara Chagas presented her poster at the Essex County Cherry Blossom Bloomfest Sunday.
Gallery U in Westfield celebrates artistic talents of high schoolers. Deadline is May 12.
The peacocks freely roam the grounds at Turtle Back.
West Orange High students collected items and packed them to be donated to a village in Ghana, Africa.
Students made Valentines that will be sent to the Dogs Deserve Better organization.
Schools throughout the district commemorated the memory of Martin Luther King Jr. through various events and activities.
Schools will be closed due to the winter storm.
The group will present their unique form of spoken word at the school on Thursday.
The district announces that all after school and evening activities are canceled due to the weather.
Gabe Hurley uses personal story, and his guitar, to get through to audiences about driving responsibly.
Winner Shreya Anand will represent the high school at the regional Poetry Out Loud competition on Feb. 5
Sania Kamran will receive scholarship in the amount of $21,000 for college.
Max Fishkin won the first round of the National Geographic Bee to advance and compete at the state level in April.
Sandra Mordecai was voted president after being sworn in with new board member Mark Robertson at Monday's reorganization meeting.
The finalists will compete Wednesday to represent the high school in the regional competition.
Winter storm and deep freeze hit North Jersey.
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West Orange High School has a graduation rate of 86.4-percent, according to a report from the New Jersey Department of Education.