Baltimore Police Investigate After High School Student StabbedAn investigation is underway after a high school student is stabbed in the city.
Baltimore High School Students To See Boost In Their GPAThousands of Baltimore City high school students will see a boost in their GPA this fall.
Earlier Start Times For Students May Do More Harm Than GoodTrying to beat the clock to make it to school comes with a price. A new CDC study says it's unhealthy to drag your children out of bed too early and it could lead to fatigue and poor performance in school.
2 DC-Area School Districts Moving Away From Final ExamsMontgomery County's school board has backed a plan to end final exams in middle-school- level courses and is looking closely at a proposal to scrap high school finals.
5 Tips On How To Beat SenioritisNearly every student entering his or her last year in school will face senioritis. Here are a few tips and tricks to help keep yourself motivated and on track.
Baltimore City Woman Has Diploma To Prove Dreams Do Come TrueOvercoming the odds. A mother of seven who grew up in Baltimore City's low income housing proves that dreams do come true.
Students In Anne Arundel County Could Soon Get A Later StartSleep in. After years of parents and students pushing, one Maryland county will shift school schedules later in the day. Just how much later? That's still to be determined.
Police Investigating Possible Child Abuse Between Principal, StudentA moment of fun turns ugly at a Baltimore City high school. Sources say the principal at Reginald F. Lewis High School made a big mistake.
Local Group Offers Free Prom Dresses To Students In BaltimoreFor many high school students, next to graduation, prom is one of the most exciting nights of high school. It's also an expensive night.
Traffic Stop Escalates In Parking Lot Of Baltimore City SchoolPolice say a vehicle refused to stop at Mount Saint Joseph High School and struck an occupied marked patrol car.
New Numbers Show Baltimore's Graduation Rate Making GainsIt's been a steady climb for Baltimore's graduation rate. New numbers released from the state show city schools are making gains in those areas.
$400K Donation Aims To Stem Tide Of Baltimore's Dropout RateStemming the tide of Baltimore's dropout rate. That's what one large donation from one of the nation's top telecommunications companies aims to do.