High school seniors are invited to attend Cash for College night. Click the headline to view dates, times and requirements.
This October, community members in Alameda and Contra Costa counties have a unique opportunity to help generate up to $1,000,000 to support public education in local schools.
In honor of Latino Heritage Month, Lake Elementary School hosted the The Lake Latino Heritage Read-in to inspire young readers and highlight Latino culture through literature read by local community partners.
For the past three years, the Rising Scholars program has helped send students of color from the District to colleges across the country from the University of Santa Barbara to UW-Milwaukee and others.
De Anza unit named a Distinguished Unit with Merit, one of just 44 out of 870 AFJROTC units worldwide to receive the award.
Nearly 60 juniors from Pinole Valley High School’s Law & Justice Academy attended the 6th Annual Law & Justice Summit last month to learn about career opportunities and engage in common scenarios and tactics that law professionals experience every day.
Shaesta Waiz altered her around-the-world flight plan so she could start the final leg of her trip with a visit to former junior high school.