Linnig: Voting ‘no’ on SUSD override cripples future students’ potential

My name is Haley Linnig and I am one of the many students that have benefited from growing up in Scottsdale public schools. I have had countless [...] Continue Reading →

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation introduces revamped K-12 field trip program

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is rolling out a revamped K-12 field trip program this fall at Taliesin West in Scottsdale with the [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: The convergence of student speech and the First Amendment

Last week, I wrote an article warning Arizonans to be weary of legislation currently pending in our state. I addressed, in part, two House bills [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale student forced to withdraw money at gunpoint; suspect on the loose

A Chaparral High School student is reportedly safe after he was forced at gun point to drive to two ATMs on his way to school in north [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale student named Top 30 finalist in STEM competition

Arjun Moorthy, a student at BASIS Scottsdale, has been named a Top 30 finalist in the Broadcom MASTERS — a prestigious Science, Technology, [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools take analytical approach to thwart bullying

Of the 30 students in the average sixth grade classroom --- one that is comprised of the best and brightest Scottsdale has to offer --- eight of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale student named as a finalist in international competition

The Biotechnology Institute announced the 28 student winners, one of which being a student from Scottsdale, who will advance to the final stages [...] Continue Reading →