High Impact, the mixed show choir of Matoaca High School, directed by Brad Berkley, is off to a great start to their competition season. Last weekend, the group traveled to Marysville, Ohio to compete in the Marysville Showcase.
Colin M. Catherman, of Chesterfield, a sophomore biology major, and a graduate of Trinity Episcopal High School, was named to the fall 2012 dean’s list at Lebanon Valley College.
Alexa Tuck, from Chester, is among the 555 students who earned dean’s list honors for the fall 2012 semester at Mount St. Mary’s University. Alexa, a senior at the Mount, achieved dean’s list by maintaining a 3.4 or higher grade point average. Alexa is the daughter of Ms. Beth N. Faughn.
Virginia Tech held its 2012 Fall Commencement ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 21, in Cassell Coliseum on the Virginia Tech campus, recognizing the academic accomplishments of approximately 1,430 undergraduate students.
For high school seniors, the process of finding and applying for financial aid can be a lot to handle. Sometimes, the most challenging part can be finding the time to successfully fill out the application and to gather all the necessary supporting documents.
The Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS) budget is one of the first to be presented to the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors. But even the schools budget is dependent on some funding provided by the Virginia Commonwealth.
The Matoaca High School robotics team coached by John Ligon competed in the northern regional First Tech Challenge (FTC) qualifying event on Saturday, Jan. 19. It was a challenging day met with certain setbacks and difficulties modifying the design and reprogramming the robot so that it could pass inspection and compete.