Antioch High School Latina students lend a helping hand

“Can we do this again??”  was the first thing Karina Beltrán, a junior at Antioch High School asked after presenting corporate training  in Spanish to non-English speaking employees at the Brentwood Hilton Suites.  The Academy of Hospitality’s Spanish teacher Stephanie Ridley took four bright and ambitious young women who speak Spanish to the hotel to […]

Stratford Student Wins District-Wide Essay Contest

Two students from Stratford STEM Magnet High School took top honors in the Tennessee Bar Association’s 2013 Law Day Essay Contest.  Desire B. won 1st place and will receive $300 as well as recognition by the Nashville Bar Association next Wednesday, May 1 at the Renaissance Hotel. His essay will move on to the state competition. Read […]

What does freedom mean to me?

Jacob Perry of McGavock High School is the second-place winner of the Expressions of Freedom National Art Competition for digital short film sponsored by the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation. He will receive a $1000 academic scholarship and a national park pass for his film commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Samera […]