Sophomore Gabrielle Stephens is aiming high. Aspiring to be a marine biologist or lawyer, Stephens said she decided that it is important to challenge herself now in preparation for college Full Article »
By Natalie Maier <firstname.lastname@example.org> When senior Irene Gibson planned her schedule for her freshman year, she didn’t have as many options as incoming freshmen now do. Like other students, Gibson Full Article »
HiLite Staff In 2008, CHS introduced the Distinguished Grad program to its graduating Senior Class. By replacing the titles of “valedictorian” and “salutatorian,” the title of “Distinguished Graduate” was designed Full Article »
An international test reveals the weakness of American education in mathematics and science. The country now aims to strengthen its focus on ‘STEM’ subjects.
By Steven Chen <email@example.com> The U.S. education system is not doing anything wrong. It is just too conflicted right now to move forward. President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Full Article »