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Eight local high school students named National Merit semifinalists

Eight local high school students have been named semifinalists in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program. The semifinalists, representing four area schools in Brunswick and...

Vote for a chance to win $150,000 for your school

Does your school have what it takes to win $150,000? Voting begins this Friday, Sept. 14, in U.S. Cellular’s fourth annual Calling All Communities campaign. During...

Inside education: A look at Charter Day School

LELAND—Expectations are high for students, teachers and even superintendent and interim headmaster Mark Cramer at Charter Day School. For Cramer, a retired U.S. Marine major,...

Brunswick Board of Education to meet Sept. 11, followed by memorial service

Members of the Brunswick County Board of Education will meet at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, in the media center on the campus of...

State board of education approves two new charter schools for New Hanover County

Members of the North Carolina State Board of Education approved 25 new charter schools, two of which are proposed for New Hanover County. Until last...

First day of school in New Hanover, Brunswick counties passes smoothly

LELAND - In one first-grade classroom, students were learning to sharpen their pencils, where to put away their pencil cases and where to stow...

Ahrens ready to lead West Brunswick High School

SHALLOTTE - Brock Ahrens recognizes an opportunity when he sees it. When the principal position at West Brunswick High School opened, Ahrens, a 24-year educator,...

New Hanover County law enforcement officers head back to school

New Hanover County children said goodbye to summer last week and headed back to school. And so, too, did a group of law enforcement officers...

Magic Johnson to headline UNCW lecture

WILMINGTON - Former National Basketball Association star Magic Johnson will headline a lecture at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington next month. UNCW officials...