Elliot Alexander, McMinnville resident and student of The Delphian School, is one of twelve winners of the 2005 Young Naturalist Awards.
The Delphian School’s middle school chess team ties for fourth, sixth-grader Gabi Ruiz ties for third at the state championship chess tournament in Oregon.
When music teachers and students first heard about the IMUTUS interactive tuition many were sceptical about its ability to improve upon traditional learning. Today, evaluation evidence suggests that it has a really strong great potential of making music education more fun, entertaining and effective than ever before.
ReunionSolutions.com wants to reward the best high school newspapers and student journalists while they help their alumni plan extraordinary reunions. Every high school is invited to participate in the annual Reunion Solutions High School Newspaper Reunion Supplement Challenge.
The Ayr 800 celebrations co-ordinated by Ayr Guildry, which itself dates from 1325, continue in April with a talk in Ayr’s Carnegie Library arranged by Kyle and Carrick Civic Society.
The Interdenominational Church of the Holy Lands stands firm in Ordaining Female Bishops and Welcomes Women into the Most Senior Clerical Offices
The Delphian School’s chess team brings home the trophy for sixth in the state at the Oregon high school chess team championships.
WORLDwrite, the East London based charity that makes global equality non negotiable and demands Ferraris for All has won three major grant awards and id opening its doors to would be young film makers.
Six High School students from The Delphian School in Sheridan, Oregon, received eight awards in the Second Annual Willamette Valley High School Art Competition in Philomath, Oregon.
In early March 1945, the German Luftwaffe, in an isolated display of resistance, developed a tactic which, had it been deployed earlier, could have neutralised the WWII operations of Royal Air Force Bomber Command.
To coincide with the 60th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War, The Commonwealth War Graves Commission today launched Anthem for Remembrance – a Commonwealth-wide music composition competition for students aged 23 and under.
Schoolyard bullies have been around as long as schools have existed; unfortunately they have more often been tolerated than punished. That the consequences of bullying can sometimes be tragic is brought home in a play to be presented in March in La Mirada under the auspices of Phantom Projects.
New book "A Reason for Living” by Laurent Grenier, the victim of a disabling accident who turned this tragedy into a steppingstone to wisdom.
The Bournemouth Hotel School project - the proposed new 4-star teaching hotel in Bournemouth - has been launched as a major educational innovation for the hotel industry in the UK.
The Suffragette movement, which utilised marketing and propoganda mechanisms to propogate their messages, made good use of badges, pins and buttons. These highly collectable items are extremely scarce, and today Portrayer Publishers, England have released a range of modern reproductions in enamel and metal button types.
Leading creative IT training company, Mekon Learning puts its major creative design customers in touch with multimedia design school students. Students are set live briefs by client companies and their work promoted and used commercially. Students gain experience and excellent portfolio.