Chris Hrabe High School Spotlight: Chaminade FootballAntoine Torrey is known for the 180 he turned on the Normandy Football program, winning three-straight conference championships, and he is taking the Chaminade Red Devils to new heights of their own.
Chaminade College Prep Named In Sex Abuse Suit"John Doe" claims abuse by college counselor in 1970's.
Study: Students Who Move Are Less Likely To Graduate High SchoolResearchers found that students who moved to a new neighborhood at least once over a 12 month period were about 50 percent less likely to have a high school diploma by age 25.
Illinois Manufacturers Campaign for High School Students to Join Workforce"It's been difficult because colleges and universities, counselors and parents have directed most folks, most young people to go get a four-year degree," Vichitvongsa says.
Controversy at MetroEast School After Student Wears Confederate Flag ShirtThe superintendent, Darcy Benway, said the student has a right to wear the Confederate flag shirt on free speech grounds, and no near-riot occurred at lunch.
Former Pro Randy Wells Opens Belleville Baseball CenterFormer professional baseball player Randy Wells has opened a baseball academy in southern Illinois and is coaching varsity baseball at a Catholic high school in Belleville.
Report Shows Steady Missouri and Illinois Obesity RatesThe obesity rates in Missouri and Illinois are holding steady, according to the annual Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation annual report.
Illinois Students Fare Poorly on New Statewide TestsLess than one in five high schoolers met or exceeded expectations on the exam's math portion.
No Friday Night Lights in Town & CountryThe Town & Country Board of Aldermen voted unanimously to strike down Friday night football at Westminster.
3 Hillsboro School Board Members ResignA special meeting was called by the Hillsboro Board of Education at 6:30 a.m. Thursday.
New State Law Enforces Civics Requirement for High SchoolersA state law signed by Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner has elevated civics to required course for high school graduation, marking the first time the state has enforced such a requirement in a decade.
CDC: Early Start to School Hurts StudentsThe CDC says starting middle or high school before 8:30 a.m. can be damaging to a student's health.