Education

A.H. Anderson High School Class of 1968 celebrates 53rd class reunion

    A.H. Anderson High School Class of 1968 celebrates  53rd class reunion

The history of the Big 4 is well known throughout Winston-Salem. The Big 4 refers to the city’s all-Black high schools during segregation: Carver, Atkins, Anderson, and Paisley. And last weekend the Class of 1968 from A.H. Anderson High School came together to celebrate their 53rd class reunion.

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Students receive new bikes for achieving reading goals

    Students receive new bikes for achieving reading goals

Several students at Ibraham Elementary School had the opportunity of a lifetime last week when they got the chance to ride bikes through the hallway. For their willingness to participate in the Read to Ride Book Challenge, students received brand new bikes.

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W-S native named valedictorian at N.C. State

    W-S native named valedictorian at N.C. State

Amira Watson takes her education very seriously. The future dentist just graduated from N.C. State at the top of her class as valedictorian with a 4.0 grade point average.

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A&T State student receives bachelor’s degree – 38 years after she first enrolled

    A&T State student receives bachelor’s degree – 38 years after she first enrolled

Last Sunday was a very special day for Winston-Salem resident Michelle Wright. Nearly 40 years after she first enrolled at the N.C. A&T State University, Wright walked across the stage and received her bachelor’s degree.

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Local students receive scholarships

  Local students receive scholarships

The Unforgotten Dreamers, Talkaboutit Ent. and SWAN TE’ DESIGNS are pleased to announce their inaugural scholarship reeepients. Quinton Daniels was the first place winner and received a $1,000 scholarship and Mone Teel was the second place winner and received a $750 scholarship. Both are students at Carver High School and were honored for their outstanding academic excellence and community service.

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Core Awards honor outstanding educators, support staff

  Core Awards honor outstanding educators, support staff

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools wrapped up Teacher Appreciation Week by shining a light on some of the district’s best employees during the fourth annual Core Awards.

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LEAD Girls NC expanding to Carver and Cook schools

  LEAD Girls NC expanding to Carver and Cook schools

Since its inception, LEAD Girls NC has impacted dozens of girls through its partnerships with local schools such as Mineral Springs and Wiley Middle Schools and Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy. And now the program is expanding to two more schools, Carver High School and Cook Literacy Model School.

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Salem College announces Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones as commencement speaker

  Salem College announces Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones as commencement speaker

Salem College announces Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones as commencement speaker

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Teacher Appreciation Week

  Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week

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Wake Forest to establish Maya Angelou Artist-in-Residence Award

  Wake Forest to establish Maya Angelou Artist-in-Residence Award

To recognize the poet, actress, author, singer, teacher and civil rights activist who has inspired people worldwide and taught generations of Wake Forest students, the University will establish the Maya Angelou Artist-in-Residence Award.

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