Magnet School News Archive

Academic Magnet Robotics Team wins first place in engineering design at SeaPerch International Competition
Moultrie News Staff

Academic Magnet High School’s (AMHS) Robotics Team won first place in the Open Class Engineering Process and Design category in the 2019 SeaPerch Challenge held at the University of Maryland on June 1-2. Team members included Gage Gailbreath, Stephen Hilton, Dani... Read more

June 19, 2019

High school students on the cutting edge of biomedical engineering
University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering Greta Harrison

The 10th grade CTE Biotech class at Orthopaedic Medical Magnet High School is buzzing in anticipation. They erupt into cheers. Bursting through the door is a team of USC students that is helping these sophomores craft their own fully-functioning medical devices, in a ... Read more

June 18, 2019

Central Magnet car club competes in Great Race
Rutherford Source Andrea Hinds

MTSU junior Jacob Hendrixson wanted to be around cars and work on cars when he started Central Magnet School’s Car Club four years ago. “Now we want to race cars,” said Hendrixson. Hendrixson will compete in his second Great Race June 22-30 from Riverside, C... Read more

June 18, 2019

Burning it down: Regional Multicultural Magnet School Staff

Regional Multicultural Magnet School (RMMS) is not your typical elementary school. The school, which is home to about 540 students from about 20 different towns in southeastern Connecticut, is the first elementary magnet school to be formed in the United States... Read more

June 10, 2019

Six BTW Magnet students taking summer journey to Pietrasanta, Italy
Montgomery Advertiser Shannon Heupel

As six Montgomery students prepare to fly across the world to our sister city in Pietrasanta, Italy, a familiar face is awaiting them there. “Our hearts are open to receive you in this marvelous land,” Adria Ferrali said in a message to the Booker T. Washington... Read more

June 08, 2019

Fifth graders present crime project to Pueblo police
The Pueblo Chieftain Anthony A. Mestas

The community needs to be aware of anything suspicious that catches their eye — and there are several other ways to help prevent crime, a student report to the Pueblo Police Department said Thursday. The report came after several weeks of research by three Corwin... Read more

June 06, 2019

Las Vegas school connects disadvantaged kids to careers Devin Bodkin

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Darlin Delgado’s past inspires her pursuit to help students in poverty.   “I was one of them,” said Delgado, principal at Las Vegas-based East Career and Technical Academy. Delgado’s family migrated from war-stricken El Salvador... Read more

June 04, 2019

Schoolyard garden turns into “habitat”
New Haven Independent Maya McFadden

Second through fifth-grade students from East Rock Community and Cultural Studies Magnet School got their hands dirty Thursday expanding a garden into something bigger with Common Ground High School’s Schoolyard Habitat program. “This is hard but it’s fun,” one s... Read more

May 31, 2019

Burncoat Dance Department: ‘a gem within the city’ (feature story)
Worcester Magazine Stephanie Jarvis Campbell

"And everyone here has a minor in dance.” It’s a line from the Broadway version of the song “Arabian Nights,” and as students from the Burncoat Dance Department chassé and chaîné across the stage for dress rehearsal and then later the performance of their an... Read more

May 30, 2019

Pasadena Service Federal Credit Union's John Muir High School Early College Magnet branch, one year later Staff report

Just recently, the credit union led a tour at their John Muir Mustang branch – at John Muir High School – where Maria Campos, Branch Manager, also introduced some students who work part-time with the branch. “We’re going on our second year and I’ve seen it grow so... Read more

May 22, 2019
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