Robots, 3-D printers, computer-numerical-control machines and the tools students produce with them were on display Friday during an open house highlighting Glendale Community College’s manufacturing and robotics programs.
Three Glendale Unified music teachers will join more than 130 professional musicians and other teachers to perform the music of Beethoven at the Walt Disney Concert Hall next week with the Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela.
Dozens of students at College View School walked or rolled in their wheelchairs around the campus as part of the school’s 15th annual Wheel-a-Walk-a-Thon, the school PTA’s only and biggest fundraiser of the year.
In mid-September — about three weeks after fall classes began at Glendale Community College — officials said they had closed in on a new strategy for increasing enrollment by placing a greater focus on retaining the students already enrolled at the college rather than seeking those...
When Hollywood screenwriter Jim Burnstein was 21 years old, he was planning on becoming an attorney — a career he’d dreamed of pursuing since he was 10 years old, he told Toll Middle School eighth-graders on Friday.
Glendale High teachers began their day Friday morning by educating parents, not students, about their desire to secure a pay raise with the Glendale Unified school district.
Many high school graduates are expected to achieve solid grades before moving on to earn a college degree, but that's Hoover High senior Caitlin Argueta's back-up plan.
Montrose touts shops that have served customers for decades, but one of its local facilities known for training employees in the local workforce is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
International Walk to School Day will be celebrated on Oct. 7 and many schools in Glendale will be participating. The focus is to promote and create safer routes for people who walk or bicycle along with an emphasis on the benefits of physical exercise.
At the helm of Clark Magnet High School's burgeoning engineering program is one of the school's own graduates: 28-year-old David Black, who now sits on a national committee working to lay down the first-ever standards in computer-aided manufacturing.
The Glendale school board has effectively agreed to move to a district-based voting system, despite Jewel City voters overwhelmingly rejecting the idea in April.
A few years ago, 17-year-old Kaitlyn Waldman was pressured to join FIRST robotics team 980, much to her disliking.
Within 10 days, Rosemont Middle School students aim to collect 2,500 pairs of gently used shoes to ship to children in need in Africa.
As Glendale teachers, parents and students adjust to the Common Core standards, one major focus continues to be on how teachers approach math instruction.
Glendale students collectively reached a higher score than the California average on new computerized exams, according to data state education officials released Wednesday.
Now that students are one month into the new school year, a workshop open to the public tonight aims to help students and parents develop skills needed to take on the academic year and make it a successful one.
More than 100 teachers wearing red shirts packed the Glendale school district’s board room during a school board meeting this week, the majority of them wearing white pins that read, “Fair Settlement Now!” to make an appeal for a salary hike as part of ongoing negotiations with...
Glendale schools will not have a new permanent leader until at least March 2016, following a decision by the school board to extend the search process.
Glendale school officials said Tuesday they will take a hard look at the district’s academic calendar following parents’ recent objections to the school year beginning on Aug. 10 this year, which they believe is too early, with a start date of Aug. 8 slated for 2016.
After a hiatus, Glendale school officials are moving forward on resolving the Sagebrush issue, scheduling a meeting with advisers next week.
Overall, the number of students attending Glendale schools declined slightly this year compared to last year, but a growing number of students are attending elementary schools, according to district data.
By Monday afternoon, Meshach Honrado had already attended his sociology and math classes, as well as his speech course on the first day of fall semester at Glendale Community College.
Schools with active PTAs and PTSAs in the Glendale Unified School District are all launching the 2015-16 Reflections art program.
Two weeks after school let out last June, parents and students learned their principal at Glenoaks Elementary, Kristine Siegal, would be reassigned to Mark Keppel Visual & Performing Arts Elementary.
Crescenta Valley High School students were holding their first rehearsal on Wednesday as part of the school’s ComedySportz team, a comedy improv group, when the subject of their first game was determined — bananas.