By: Rick Wiersma | Fundraising Your school can use school fundraising to earn extra money and to increase the school’s budget. Many schools use their fundraising earnings to pay for programs that they could otherwise not afford like art, sports and music programs. Here are nine ideas for potential fundraisers that would be great choices for high school aged students. read more
By: Dee Schrock | Science High school science fair projects can be on any number of topics, depending upon the science course being taken. In the high school years students are allowed to take more advanced biology, chemistry, Earth Science and in some cases, rudimentary physics and astronomy courses. With this diversity, projects can be designed that even are cross disciplinary, like combining physics and astronomy to design a project that could answer problems faced by space travelers, for example. A few ideas for high school level science projects follow: read more
By: Low Jeremy | Homeschooling Home schooling curriculum for high school students can be checked out if parents want to send their children to the program. Unlike the common opinion about the limited program to primary or lower grade class students, it is even available for upcoming college students. Several resources are always available to fill up your need regardless your child’s age.
By: Donny Gamble Jr | College Many students need these funds. Even though high school's education is not as expensive as the college one, you can look for a scholarship that will ease the burden on your parents. read more
By: Time Mgmt Expert | Time Management In today's fast paced world, time management for high school students is essential. There never seems to be enough hours in a day. How do you find time to hang out with friends when you have to go to school for 6 and a half hours, attend soccer practice, do loads of homework, and work at your job all in one day? There never seems to be enough time! read more
By: Emma Murphy | Reference & Education More than seventy schools in Fukushima began to reopen for the first time on Wednesday, April 6, 2011, one day after government officials performed radiation testing at 1,400 kindergartens, elementary and junior high schools. At Shimizu elementary school, a ceremony was held to mark the first day of regular classes since the earthquake and tsunami struck this country, leading to radiation leaks at the Fukushima power plant. However, specialists are concerned about negative consequences of the disaster on children. Though they still move very easily into playing or laughing, no one can affirm that they are not deeply distressed and upset about what's going on. Now, let take a look at some images capturing student in Fukushima back to school. read more
By: Alice Lane | Reference & Education Classroom ceramics is a great way to liberate lower school students' imaginations and artistic abilities. Art projects can easily be keyed to other classroom activities, including science, social studies, and geography, so the students learn as they create. read more
By: Rick Wiersma | Fundraising School fundraising helps schools to have the money that they need. Fundraising earnings can be used to cover the expenses of music programs, art classes, field trips or any other expense that your school might have. Keep reading for nine school fundraising ideas that are ideal for high school aged students. read more