The Chapel Hill High Tigers (13-4) defeated Carrboro High Schoolâ€™s womenâ€™s volleyball team (9-9) on Monday night in straight sets.
Walk for Education set for Oct. 13
The 16th annual Walk for Education, organized by the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation, will be held on Oct. 13.
BRMA has positive effects, report says
UNC School of Education faculty and graduate students evaluated the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Blue Ribbon Mentor-Advocate (BRMA) program and recently released a report saying the program has positive effects on students involved.
CHS grad named Bonner Leader
Carrboro High School graduate James Smith has been named a Bonner Leader at UNC.
Board to consider school name
Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schoolâ€™s 11th elementary school will open its doors in fall 2013; thus far, the school board has established a redistricting process for its newest students and named Cheryl Carnahan as principal.
School board talks Common Core
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education discussed student outcome data and received an update on the new Common Core curriculum.
District National Merit Semifinalists named
Fifty-one Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools high school students have been named 2013 National Merit Semifinalists.
CHCCS earns graduation achievement awards
State Superintendent June Atkinson and State Board of Education Chair Bill Harrison recognized the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district with two graduation achievement awards.
CHHS presents Whoâ€™s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Chapel Hill High Schoolâ€™s Honors Theater IV class will present Edward Albeeâ€™s Whoâ€™s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? tonight (Thursday) through Sunday.
Jags trounce Tigers
The Carrboro High School football team annihilated the Chapel Hill Tigers.
School board meeting tonight
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education will meet tonight (Thursday) at 7 at the Lincoln Center in Chapel Hill.
Alcohol, drugs and teens conversation
Chapel Hill High School will host a presentation and conversation titled â€œAlcohol, Drugs, and Teens: Just Say Know,â€ on Oct. 16.
A free dyslexia seminar will be held on Nov. 9 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church in Chapel Hill.
Jags defeat NCSSM, Northwood
The Carrboro High School womenâ€™s volleyball team swept conference opponents North Carolina School of Science and Math and Northwood High School earlier this week.
Jags fall to Ravenscroft
The Carrboro High School field hockey team dropped its home opener against powerhouse Ravenscroft Tuesday, 3-0.