A new program at Thornapple Kellogg Schools has young students excited about writing.
Leighton Watson, 21, was chosen by President Obama to explore policing standards in the wake of the deaths of African-American men.
Girls-only STEM event shows female students possibilities in male-dominated fields.
Linh Le has made exceptional academic accomplishments since coming to the U.S. from Vietnam.
The Health Sciences Early College Academy through Kent ISD gives high school students college credit.
Creations by Wealthy Elementary students are now part of a permanent school mural by artist Bren Bataclan.
Kathryn Curry is principal in Godfrey Lee Public Schools, Kent County’s poorest school district.
An analysis by School News Network shows a close correlation between poverty and performance in the 20 school districts of the Kent ISD.
Jordan Lovett is an honor student and athlete at Lee High School who is nearly homeless.
Students in Godfrey-Lee, Kent County’s poorest school district, struggle to overcome families’ financial hardships.
Thornapple Kellogg’s Teen Leadership students help clean the football stadium after homecoming.
Grants expand and restore program.
Kent County Deputy Tim Erhardt patrols Kenowa Hills High School as the district’s school resource officer.
Kentwood’s Newcomer Center Program teaches international students to be ready for school.
High school students can explore careers and earn college credit through the Kent ISD’s Kent Career Tech Center.
Fellow students name brain cancer survivor Champlain “Champ” McCahill as East Grand Rapids Homecoming King.