It may take faith to move mountains, but Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School is out to move a street. The school wants Clark County to relocate Homestretch Drive, the east-west-running street at the southern end of its campus buildings.
Families who live in Nevada’s wealthiest neighborhoods have flooded the state treasurer’s office with applications to enroll in a controversial school choice program that supporters argued would help low-income students.
Three Nevada colleges will receive a combined $336,000 to develop workforce training programs focused on the needs of high-tech industries.
A drive to collect enough books for the elementary school students at Clark County’s 78 Safekey sites was successful thanks to the efforts of the Henderson and Summerlin Barnes & Noble stores, UPS stores of Las Vegas, Toys for Tots and Las Vegas-area residents.
Nevada legislators today released the final portion of $27 million allocated to create a medical school at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Nevada is sparing no expense in fighting an American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada lawsuit that seeks to unravel the Education Savings Account program.
The Clark County School District, the country’s fifth-largest public education system, has long been too big to adequately address its shortcomings.
Nevada State College will lead a hike this weekend at nearby Mount Scorpion to commemorate the summit’s recent naming after the school’s mascot.
Monique Makhlouf’s first stint as a student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas was an intimidating experience fraught with challenges.
Communities In Schools of Nevada and Wynn Resorts presented Inspiration Oasis Oct. 5 with speaker Misty Hyman, Olympic gold medalist and former world record-holding swimmer.