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Stevenson board approves study that could lead to new connector path

Models from seven North Shore high schools sported spring looks during the Saving Tiny Hearts Society's charity fashion show May 13 at Northbrook Court. | Ronnie Wachter/Sun-Times Media

North Shore high school students put the art in HeART

Going further than any of its rivals to help find cures for congenital heart defects, the Glenbrook North High School community won the “student heARTist” fundraising contest in...

The C-SPAN cable channel's tour bus visited Stevenson High School on Friday, May 9, bringing government classes and interested students aboard. | Ronnie Wachter/Sun-Times Media

Stevenson students get a behind-the-scenes look at C-SPAN

News network C-SPAN’s “Big Red” tour bus spent the afternoon giving about 200 Patriots an interactive view of what participation in politics can be like, and an insider’s...

<p>Provided photo of Stevenson junior Emma Buckardt.&nbsp;</p>

Stevenson student spotlight: Emma Buckardt

Each week, we'll be featuring a student from Stevenson High School. This week our student is Emma Buckardt, a junior and aspiring environmental biologist.

Hawthorn Middle School South art teacher Mary Benton reacts to the surprise announcement that she won a Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Teaching May 7. | Rick Kambic/Sun-Times Media

Hawthorn South art teacher surprised with Golden Apple Award

Mary Benton was uncomfortable being interviewed by a committee after a she was anonymously nominated for the prestigious Golden Apple teaching award. She thinks students are...

District 103 to host budget hearing May 27

The Lincolnshire-Prairie View School District 103 Board of Education is inviting community members to participate in a discussion about the district’s 2015 budget.

Saint Mary School's seventh-graders (Ally Schwabe, Luke Wenzel, George Yacu, Sean Seidl and Melanie Zimmerman) earned gold and silver awards at the state science fair last weekend. | Provided

St. Mary School scientists shine in state competition

The Illinois Junior Academy of Science held its finals at Northern Illinois University, and five of Saint Mary’s seventh-grade students brought awards back to Buffalo Grove.

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A gardener’s guide to tomatoes

For nearly five centuries, tomatoes have been a culinary staple across the globe. Today's vegetable gardens showcase the many varieties and...

Sarah Ludwigsen of Lake Zurich (second from left) has been accepted into Advocate Good Shepherd’s Future Healthcare Professionals program. She also is a recent recipient of Girl Scouting’s highest honor, the Gold Award. | Provided

Teens earn glimpse at hospital’s inner workings

Three weeks this June could be key in determining whether white coats and stethoscopes will be the future fashion for 10 area high school students.

Students from Laura B. Sprague School trek through Ryerson Woods on Friday, April 25, during a fundraising walk for the American Diabetes Association. | Ronnie Wachter/Sun-Times Media

Students walk from Lincolnshire to Ryerson Woods for the American Diabetes Association

About 500 students, teachers and parents from Laura B. Sprague School walked several miles on Friday, from their Lincolnshire building to Ryerson Woods, as part of a benefit for...

Sexual abuse awareness speaker Mike Domitrz (center) puts groups of Stevenson High School students through communication drills to better handle potential sexual situations. | Ronnie Wachter/Sun-Times Media

Speaker addresses relationships, sex and rape with Stevenson students

Mike Domitrz is working to raise awareness about the prevalence and causes of sexual assault through his Date Safe Project.

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