Gateway Community and Technical College is a recipient of a $12,100 grant to host the NEA Big Read in Northern Kentucky and the Greater Cincinnati area.
Kenton County Police Chief Col. Michael "Spike" Jones has been selected as the Covington Education Foundation’s 2016 Person of the Year.
Notre Dame Academy's class of 2016 invested over 600 service hours this school year learning first-hand that advocacy and philanthropy are valuable ways to contribute to the common good.
Did you know reading to pre-school aged children is one of the most important ways to help them prepare for kindergarten?
Notre Dame Academy senior Abbie Macke is heading to the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) National Competition after qualifying at the state competition.
Gateway Community and Technical College and the Gateway Foundation has announced the 2016-17 Leadership Enrichment and Development (LEAD) X class.
A team of four Notre Dame Academy students placed first in the state wide competition of the Stock Market Game this year.
Notre Dame Academy has announced the Class of 2016 valedictorian, Kelsey Sucher, and salutatorian, Mariah Bezold.
The Northern Kentucky Chapter of the Kentucky Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME), in conjunction with Northern Kentucky Tri-ED and Gateway Community and Technical College, hoste
Sarah Draud, a junior at Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, was selected for the Governor's Scholars program.
Sophomores Ellee Arnold and Ben Murrin have been selected to represent Newport Central Catholic in the 2016-2017 Regional Youth Leadership Program (RYL).
Notre Dame Academy’s JETS club (Junior Engineering Technology Society) had three teams participate in the TEAMS competition this year under the direction of NDA science teacher Diane Goldcamp.
Gateway Community and Technical College welcomed 12 instructors from the Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) to a train the trainer event this past weekend.
Villa Madonna Academy High School sophomores donated $2,000 to local charities thanks to a partnership with Magnified Giving.
Jeanetta Stacy, the supervisor of curriculum for Newport Independent Schools, has been hired as the principal of Holmes Middle School.