When Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School opened their doors in 1990, incoming 9th-grade students would be the first class to spend their entire high school years at the Parkland school.
It’s one of the most important tests high school students will take, and scores may determine the colleges who will accept them.
This summer, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School freshmen can learn to spread their wings a little early.
There’s a chance that the next Albert Einstein or Thomas Edison may be among us. Park Trails Elementary School is trying to find out just that by persuading students to come up with discoveries of their own.
Students from 13 Broward and Palm Beach County high schools received awards for excellence in their theater productions at the 17th Annual South Florida Cappie Gala.
This week, stress relief and trauma recovery training will take place with over 170 educators, clinicians, and student peer counselors in attendance.
A solo quickly became a duet when Marjory Stoneman Douglas inherited another star faculty member from Charles W. Flanagan High School in Pembroke Pines.
More than 300 Broward County public high school students, including two from Marjory Stoneman Douglas, will start college with a scholarship thanks to the Broward Education Foundation.
The second public art project in a series created to aid in emotional healing is set to be unveiled in Parkland on Saturday.
As a result of the continuing internal investigation and disciplinary process, Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony officially announced the termination of two deputies who were found to have neglected their duties.