Spotlight: Livonia Stevenson’s Ryland Hughes Voted Comeback Runner of The Year
Favorite school subjects: My Global Education English and International Relations block. I have been with the same group of students for two hours for four years of my high school career. We have become extremely close and consider ourselves a family. I am also fortunate to have had both these teachers twice in my career as I have truly learned a great deal that will help me in college. In fact, all the teachers in the Global Education program have taught me critical thinking skills and how to be a global member of society that I will be forever grateful for.
4Frenzy Game of the Week: Muskegon vs Warren De La Salle
4Frenzy is covering a matchup between two state football powerhouses! The defending Division 2 state champions, Warren De La Salle Pilots were tested against the Muskegon Big Reds in a compelling matchup that took place at Lawrence Tech University.
Light of inspiration: Detroit Edison baseball team advances to state championship against all odds
It’s hard enough for any school to get to a state baseball final, let alone a school in a city where prep baseball is an afterthought. But the improbable nature of Edison’s run goes even further than that.
Meet the Black History Makers of Today
As we celebrate Black History Month this February, dozens of Michigan high school seniors are being recognized for their ability to uplift their peers or their community through academic achievement and positive behavior. Meet the students who won the Black History Makers of Today Scholarship.
Memorial for Oxford High School shooting victims to be removed until long-term plans are made
The temporary memorial that was created by the Oxford community played a magnificent role in honoring and remembering the Wildcats who lost their lives while also providing a place for the community to grieve.
New program aims to educate new teen drivers in areas where they lack experience
One of the most exciting rites of passage for teens is getting a driver’s license. It can also be one of the most troubling for parents who have concerns about safety. This happens to be National Teen Driver Safety Week, and there is a program called “Strive 4 a Safer Drive” that is dedicated to helping teens make safer driving choices.