Nevada and Clark County schools saw improved graduation rates for 2013, due in part to a correction in accounting procedures.
The Clark County School District (CCSD) will begin offering summer school instruction today Taking classes during the summer provides middle and high school students with the opportunity to make up missed credits through “credit retrieval” or move […]
School will soon be out for summer.
One Clark County School District student will celebrate the end of high school with a new car or $10,000 scholarship through the annual “Drive for Excellence” program.
New data from the U.S. Department of Education show Nevada’s graduation rate is up, but is still last in the nation.
The federal government reports that Arizona’s graduation rate for the 2009-2010 was 74.7 percent. That’s below the national average of 78.2 percent.
Authorities on Sunday identified the graduate student shot and killed by California State University, San Bernardino police during a fight in an off-campus dorm.
More than 200 Clark County students now have high school diplomas.
Students at a northeastern Nevada high school were surprised when they received their diplomas: the word “graduation” was misspelled as “graduataion.”
The ability to earn your high school diploma may be taken for granted by some. Not so for one Clark High student.