They were the 'in crowd,' the girls everybody else wanted to be. And they weren't even in high school yet.
Nobody wants to see a Columbine or a Sandy Hook happen in our schools. But how do you prevent it when school resource officers are already spread so thin?
High school students who've made the leap from private school tell what it's like - the good, the bad and the ugly
With a new curriculum aimed at meeting the needs of more students, parents of advanced learners fear their kids are getting short shrift
Bethesda Magazine's 2012 Extraordinary Teen Awards.
How do you deal with the anxiety over meeting a child's special needs? If you're Jillian Copeland, you start your own school.
Go to class? Do homework? In their final year of high school, a lot of students are saying, 'Fugetaboutit'
After a sometimes rocky ride at his previous post, the county's new superintendent of schools hopes to continue Jerry Weast's legacy-and, oh, yeah, have a life.
With the high cost of high school athletics, booster clubs are stepping in to cover the financial breach-and creating an uneven playing field in the process.
Whitman High School grad wins $53,800 on Jeopardy!
A question and answer session with the retiring superintendent of Montgomery County Public School.
Cheating, sexting, a fantasy sex league: Are these recent events symptoms of a larger problem with kids today?
An analysis of the country's high school rankings raises questions about their usefulness.
The best teachers are smart, knowledgeable and dedicated, but it is their ability to connect with students that truly sets them apart.
Meet the 10 winners of our first Extraordinary Teen Awards.
They're making Venn diagrams, writing poetry journals and doing homework. Being 5 just isn't what it used to be.
They instill a love of learning, offer encouragement in facing a new challenge and even push us toward a particular path in life. The following six teachers will be remembered long after their students have left their classrooms.