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The C-SPAN cable channel's tour bus visited Stevenson High School on Friday, May 9, bringing government classes and interested students aboard. | Ronnie Wachter/Sun-Times Media

Stevenson students get a behind-the-scenes look at C-SPAN

Led by Middle School North art teacher Jacqueline Bevan, teachers in District 95 are trying to find new ways to use their new 3-D printer. | Provided

3-D printing provides new depth of learning in District 95

When Middle School North drama students discovered they didn’t have the flute they needed for their spring musical, they printed one.

School buses  |  File photo

Early PARCC field testing gets positive response in District 95

So far, School District 95 officials feel good about their students’ achievement on the state’s new PARCC assessments.

Sarah Ludwigsen of Lake Zurich (second from left) has been accepted into Advocate Good Shepherd’s Future Healthcare Professionals program. She also is a recent recipient of Girl Scouting’s highest honor, the Gold Award. | Provided

Teens earn glimpse at hospital’s inner workings

Three weeks this June could be key in determining whether white coats and stethoscopes will be the future fashion for 10 area high school students.

FILE - In this May 21, 2012, file photo, graduates from Joplin High School listen to speakers during commencement ceremonies in Joplin, Mo. U.S. public high schools have reached a milestone, an 80 percent graduation rate. Yet that still means 1 of every 5 students walks away without a diploma. Citing the progress, researchers are projecting a 90 percent national graduation rate by 2020. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)

80 percent of high school students now graduate

U.S. public high schools have reached a milestone, an 80 percent graduation rate. Yet that still means 1 of every 5 students walks away without a diploma.

Seth Paine second-graders made teddy bears for kids with cancer that attend the One Step camps. | Laura Pavin/For Sun-Times Media

Lake Zurich students make teddy bears for kids with cancer

Nearly 300 parents, teachers and community members cooed Monday as Seth Paine second-graders belted out songs like “Magic Penny,” “I’m a Little Teapot” and “Big Heart” during...

Lake Zurich High School ranks 43rd in U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report has released its state and national rankings of the best U.S. high schools. The rankings include Lake Zurich High School at 43rd in the state.

Emma Hardin, 20, of Mundelein, Mike Glans, 23, of Richmond and Kara Cimmarusti, 19, of Vernon Hills touch the growing medium on the green roof of CLC's Southlake Campus in Vernon Hills. It is not made of dirt, but porous rock. | Frank Abderholden/Sun-Times Media

College of Lake County students learn the benefits of green roofs

Sure there was some extra credit involved, and a chance to win a $50 gift certificate to Chicago’s Uncommon Ground, the country’s first certified organic rooftop farm, but Karly...

District 95 School Board approves $1.8M summer construction budget

The District 95 School Board has approved a $1.8 million construction budget for summer projects at three of its schools.

Lake Zurich High School’s production of “The Music Man” opens April 23 and runs through April 26. | Laura Pavin/For Sun-Times Media

Flash mob at board meeting creates buzz for Lake Zurich High School musical

Those at the Lake Zurich Village Board meeting April 7 probably thought the high school students that interrupted the meeting to sing “Ya Got Trouble” were going to be in some...

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New assistant principals detail goals for new District 95 jobs

The five new District 95 assistant principal hires explain their goals for the positions.

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