Artwork from Redan Middle School students is on exhibit through Aug. 31 at the headquarters of the National Art Education Association in Old Town Alexandria, Va.
Claire E. Sterk, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Emory, has been selected as the university’s 20th president, the first woman to hold the office.
McNair High graduate Synee’ Davenport is the recipient of the third annual Bradford Family Scholarship.
Registration begins June 27 for kids 3 to 13 to play in the Fall Youth Soccer Leagues at the East Lake Family YMCA.
A new corps of mentors called the Community Ambassadors will help 44 South DeKalb high school and middle school students develop social skills, plan for careers and build positive relations with police this summer.
Current and prospective students and their families can attend Do You Need Money for College? on June 23 at the Clarkston Library.
DeKalb Schools' Woodward Elementary has been selected as a 2016 Georgia Family-Friendly Partnership School, representing the best in customer service for Georgia families.
The State Board of Education has approved new social studies standards. The first Georgia Standards of Excellence for social studies will be implemented during the 2017-2018 school year after a full year of teacher training.
One hundred twenty-nine Cedar Grove High students completed pathway requirements this year in the Career, Technical and Agricultural Education program.
High school students can apply for the 2017 Disney Dreamers Academy with Steve Harvey and Essence Magazine.
Eight DeKalb District schools have received AdvancED STEM certifications, the highest number of any qualifying school district in 70 nations.
Parul Rai of Dunwoody High and Ian K. Maurer, Rachel Solomon and Devin Yu of Chamblee Charter High have been awarded National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities.
About 40 teens are exploring careers in the health care field as volunteers at DeKalb Medical's North Decatur campus this summer.
Tweens can create a fun toy while helping the environment at Get In the Game, Recycle on June 7 at the Salem-Panola Library.
Meadowview Elementary is closing its doors after 56 years, and all former principals, teachers, parents, students, and volunteers are invited to a Family Reunion on June 25 at the school.