Students from Grandview Elementary's third grade class gave a mini concert for the board members Wednesday night at the regular school board meeting held at Bellevue High School.
The Dayton Board of Education voted to eliminate bus service for the next school year, though special needs bussing will still be available.
On Friday, April 22, the St. Mary Jr. High Robotics Team from Alexandria won the Robo Challenge Xtreme (RCX) State Tournament at Rupp Arena in Lexington in the Middle School Division.
Highlands, Villa Madonna, Beechwood, and Campbell County were recently named among the ten most challenging high schools in the state of Kentucky, according to The Washington Post.
ExploreMore!™ (Grades K-6) offers a broad range of enrichment courses designed for bright and enthusiastic students in a learning environment where creativity and critical thinking meet – encouragi
Magnified Giving, which seeks to educate, inspire and engage students in life-long philanthropy, will conclude its 2016 student program with four awards ceremonies.
Thanks to a partnership with BB&T, UpSpring is able to continue to empower the children in their after school program at Newport Intermediate School (NIS).
Three Villa Madonna Academy High School juniors have been accepted into prestigious education programs.
Four teams will represent Beechwood Independent Schools as they compete in the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals in Ames, Iowa, May 25-28.
The Duke Energy Foundation presented a $40,000 check to the Foundation for Ohio River Education (FORE) to support its Research, Education, and Adventure Charters (River REACH) program.
On Thursday, April 28, the Northern Kentucky Education Council and the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce invite the community to attend the 2016 Excellence in Education Celebration: A Brigh
Five juniors from Newport Central Catholic High School have been selected to represent NCC in the Governor's Scholar Program this summer.
The Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky's Enzweiler Building Institute graduated 38 students from its school on Thursday, April 14.
On Earth Day, Northern Kentucky University will unveil the very first bike share system in Highland Heights.
Prince of Peace Montessori School is excited to announce that five of its students are headed to the Odyssey of The Mind World Finals May 25-28 at Iowa State University in Ames, IA.