"It was the best experience of my life!" said one of the American Association of University Women's Tech Trek alumna.
Skateboarding with friends or enjoying a cookies-and-cream frozen yogurt on a hot summer day is just a part of what Grey Monas, 11, does for fun.
Local piano teachers Suzy Hanna and Jones will travel to Santa Clara with 13 students and their families for the Music Teachers Association of California State Piano Convention.
Local piano teachers Suzy Hanna and Alicia Jones will travel to Santa Clara with 13 students and their families for the Music Teachers Association of California State Piano Convention.
Snorkeling in the Great Barrier Reef, learning to throw a boomerang and communicating with local tribes is all a part of what Zachary Fetter, 12, is exploring in the land of Australia, through the People to People Student Ambassador Program.
Helmers Elementary School teacher Elaine Ahad had a unique helper in her classroom this past school year: 8-year-old Patrick Sweeney.
The Santa Clarita Valley's top elementary school chess players gathered May 30 at the California Youth Chess League Championships to determine which students and which elementary school were "kings" of the Santa Clarita Valley for 2009.
Acton resident and longtime Blue Shadows rider Elaine MacPherson led her Junior Advanced team to its recent third consecutive California State Horseman's Association State Grand Championship.
Christopher Knight, 10, of Stevenson Ranch was named Fan Favorite in the Junior Chefs of America Webisode cooking contest. Knight was also the runner up for his sesame-seed beef on bamboo skewers.
During the past few weeks, the fourth graders of North Park Elementary built Popsicle-stick bridges and then tested how much weight they could hold.
Builders Club at La Mesa Junior High School finally reached our goal to get everyone at La Mesa a compact fluorescent light bulb.
With help from teachers and administrators, Bridgeport Elementary School's class of 2009 prepared and buried a time capsule made up of modern-day items Thursday as a keepsake for future generations.
A good deed from some great people is sure to make a difference in someone's life.
A group of 12 fourth-grade students at Canyon Springs Elementary School in Canyon Country spent this school year spreading the news about healthy eating and the importance of physical activity.