Graduates, students attending high school in fall and their families can get help with college admission, financial aid, jobs and internships at MPS College and Career Centers in four high schools this summer.
Going back to school can feel frustrating for high school dropouts, but it can also be a rewarding experience. Here’s how to get going.
About 225 adult students were honored last week for earning General Educational Development, or GED, certificates, High School Equivalency diplomas and Emerging Scholars diplomas during a special ceremony at Milwaukee Area Technical College’s downtown campus.
Years of work are paying off in the next few weeks for graduates who are walking onto stages around the city to receive their diplomas. Meet four young scholars who are going places.
MPS students traveled to the Capitol on Tuesday to lobby elected officials for better school lunches, funding for more counselors and fewer police.
Students from MPS’ Riverside University High School are going to the robotics championships for the third consecutive year. And they need our help: The RoboTigers are trying to raise an additional $10,000 to cover costs for hotels, meals and transportation.
At least four of nine school board members will be replaced in the Tuesday election. Here are some thoughts from MPS high school students, a list of the candidates and tips to help you cast your vote.
Nearly 100 MPS students and community leaders attended the third annual Milwaukee County Substance Abuse Prevention Youth Summit, where youths learned about alternatives to drugs and violence.
Did you know that there’s an election coming up? Five of nine school board seats will be vacated and only one incumbent is running. Here are some things you need to know before you cast your vote.
Twenty excited MPS students were given band and orchestra instruments by the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music in what conservatory and MPS representatives hope will be the first of many community-driven initiatives.