The state winners from the Technology Students Association have been announced by the Career and Technical Education Department.
The N.C. Ceramics Student Exhibition 1: High School is now open at the N.C. Pottery Center in Seagrove, and features pieces from two CHCCS students.
Five local high school visual-art students were honored at a reception on May 3 as participants from Chatham and Orange counties in the Fourth District Congressional High School Art Competition.
Jared Lennon and James Oâ€™Grady from Carrboro High were named recipients of a National Football Foundation Scholarship.
National chemistry champion Kevin Tie, a senior at East Chapel Hill High, has qualified to compete for one of four spots on the U.S. team bound for the 44th-annual International Chemistry Olympiad.
Twenty students from Chapel Hill High School were honored at the schoolâ€™s third annual College Bound Student Athlete Celebration last week.
The Carrboro High women’s soccer team defeated First Flight High, 4-2, and then they trounced Swansboro on Tuesday in the 2A NCHSAA regional finals, 5-1.
Chapel Hill High senior Kristen Powers was honored at the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards 17th-annual state awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., as one of the top two youth volunteers of 2012.
The Carrboro High School Athletic Booster Club is sponsoring a silent auction to raise money for the schoolâ€™s athletic capital-improvement program.
At the districtâ€™s Annual Recognition Reception held on May 11, Kim Mellor was named District Teacher of the Year.
Phoenix Rising 2012, presented by Phoenix Academy High School, will be held on Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Lincoln Gym on the schoolâ€™s campus.
Fourteen Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools students who participated in the Middle College High School program at Durham Tech will receive their diplomas Friday.
After more than a month of collecting feedback on recommendations about the future of the districtâ€™s dual-language program, the team that crafted the plan is ready to present its final recommendations tonight (Thursday).
Another Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education meeting, another hour dedicated to dual language.
On April 30 the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Board of Education broke ground at the elementary school 11 site in the Northside neighborhood.