The sound of the end-of-day school bell symbolizes freedom from classes for most students.
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound pitcher walks to the mound while clearing his head, preparing to play his favorite position of the sport he loves the most.
Jennifer Jeong interviewed students at Coronado High School.
Syllables, citations and a syncopated assault of words spew out of RJ Khalaf’s mouth while he gives his final rebuttal in a crucial debate at the Cal Berkeley Invitational in California earlier this year. Given two minutes to summarize an entire round of contentions, rebuttals, blocks, impacts and links, Khalaf’s verbal velocity is matched only by his exemplary enunciation.
Ever seen the 2012 comedy movie “21 Jump Street”?
The room full of students at a Key Club meeting in Centennial High School bursts with life.
As debilitating as hypoplastic left heart syndrome and pulmonary stenosis may sound, the thousands of teens living with such heart conditions in Nevada often go unsuspected, distinguishing themselves by their accomplishments rather than their medical records.
Most people think of Latin as a “dead language.” But thanks to the Junior Classical League, Latin is far from that.