Construction to completely rebuild the Hopi Elementary School campus is moving right along schedule and shouldn’t interfere with classes beginning on August 7, according to school officials.
As the school year approaches, parents are doing everything they can to help our children prepare for another year of learning. A great way to not only keep informed of upcoming activities, but to get involved, is to check out the local parent-teacher organizations.
Back to school season is an expensive one for a family. Equipping a child with the clothes, pencils, books, and bags they need for another school year can be a crippling financial burden for some.
Summer’s almost over, and the kids are heading back to school soon. For some, that’s a cause to rejoice. For others, not so much. Whether you’re dreading or celebrating a return to the routine, creating a special tradition for the first day of school will help kick off the school year in a p…
Public speaking is one of life’s greatest fears for many people. And yet, it’s one of the most important skills for success in life. At Phoenix Country Day School, administrators have made public speaking a top priority, which becomes clear when one looks at the results of the school’s multi…
Kyla Ferry will be kicking off her senior year of high school with a bang as the latest winner of Gatorade’s Arizona Soccer Player of the Year.
Kids who dream of becoming the next Joe Montana, Peyton Manning or Tom Brady can get their start playing for the Arcadia Titans Youth Football Club.
They say home is where the heart is, and this certainly holds true for 16-year-old Helene Lyngbye, who will miss her Arcadia family and friends when she returns to her native Denmark.
Keegan Twyerould, a student at Arcadia High School, finished the school year with quite an accomplishment. The junior recently won a gold medal for his pin design at the SkillsUSA Arizona State Championships.
The Arcadia Titans softball team’s historic season came to an end on May 10, against Ironwood Ridge, but this season can’t be called anything other than a success.
Hundreds of music lovers recently gathered for a spring music festival featuring live performances on a stage under the stars, food trucks and a vendor fair. Sounds like something you’d find at a popular Valley concert venue. But in this case, the setting was the grassy basin and eucalyptus …
Each spring, high school athletes across the country take part in Signing Day. On this day, all the hard work for these seniors pays off as they sign their letter of intent to play their sport for a college or university.
The 2017-2018 basketball season was one of the most successful seasons that St. Theresa Catholic School has ever seen, with the eighth grade boys team taking home the Arizona State Middle School Championship.
To say last year was tough for the Arcadia High School football team would be a drastic understatement. A season that had started with the promise of a new era quickly turned into a worst-case scenario for the Titans, who lost all ten games they played in 2017.
Arcadia baseball coach Troy Gerlach describes senior Clay Wasson as quiet, laid back, funny and sarcastic. Although the senior outfielder’s game isn’t all about laughs. In the same breath, his coach also describes him as a leader both on and off the field.
The Arcadia High School softball team is ready for its season to get underway. The Titans are looking to build upon their success from last year while strengthening their defense and maintaining a strong, game-winning mentality all season.
The Arcadia Titans baseball team returns to the field with a new look and a new attitude after a season that saw the squad finish 22-11 and come within one win of advancing to the State Championship game.
As the Arcadia Boys Basketball Team finishes out its regular season, the team focuses its hopes on a deep run in the state tournament and the friendships players have developed along the way.
The beginning of 2018 has proven successful for the Arcadia High School Girls Basketball Team. As of press time, the Titans were 20-2 after winning the Lady Titan Winter Hoops Classic, a tournament featuring 24 teams.
To say 2017 has been a banner year for the Arcadia High School Marching Band would be a major understatement. Its success this year has been nothing short of historic.
While the sheer number of scholarships available to prospective college students is a good thing, it also means a lot of competition, which can be overwhelming.
The Arcadia neighborhood’s abundance of talented young athletes is no secret, and last month, several students from local schools took the next steps in their sporting careers.
High schooler Nathaniel Shepherd wanted to wrestle. There was just one problem: his school did not have a wrestling team. So, he decided to start one. With the help of his brother Gabriel and another friend, he took his proposal to the principal and the school district.
Arcadia High School’s varsity girls’ volleyball team made the playoffs for the second year in a row, continuing to build momentum which began last year.
Volleyball is more than just a sport for Jacalyn Sharko – it’s a support system that has taught her valuable lessons. Now in her senior year at Veritas Prep Academy, the senior outside hitter makes a difference on and off the court as a leader and treasured teammate.
Hurricane Harvey brought pain and disaster to those in Houston. Returning residents now face the seemingly insurmountable task of rebuilding their homes and lives. Fortunately, when disasters strike, people across the country come together to help. Members of the Hopi Elementary Sunbeam Team…
When Luke Ashworth went out for football during his freshman year at Arcadia High School, he wasn’t trying to set records or become a star. He was just trying to make the team.