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Billboard Created by Dillard High School Students Inspire Their Fellow Students

If you have not yet seen the billboard on the northwest corner of Sunrise Boulevard and Northwest 27 Avenue, take your children and friends to see it before Aug. 31, 2014. The billboard, which was created by the art students at Dillard High School and sponsored by readingpaysmore.com, depicts the powerful image of team-work, romance and the love of the reading among our girls and boys.

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South Broward High School Marine Magnet Students Dive into Ocean STEM Summer Camp

Students in the Marine Magnet program at South Broward High School are starting their summer by diving into the world of Oceanography at the Ocean STEM Summer Camp. For two weeks, Marine Magnet students are attending Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center and learning from University professors and lecturers as they attend classes on campus, engage in hands-on activities and gain field experience. The camp began Monday, June 23, 2014, and runs through Thursday, July 3, 2014.

Broward County Public Schools Named National 2014 Magnet Schools of Distinction

Magnet Schools of America recently named four Broward County Public Schools as Magnet Schools of Distinction. These schools are Fort Lauderdale High, Pre-Law and Public Affairs; South Plantation High, Environmental Science and Everglades Restoration; Sunrise Middle, Montessori; and Virginia Shuman Young Elementary, Montessori. Merit awards are based on commitment to high academic standards, curriculum innovation, successful desegregation/diversity efforts and the consistent delivery of quality services to all school stakeholders.

"A-Plus" Pompano Beach High School Makes 4-Day Week Work

Originally posted by NBC 6 South Florida on March 17, 2014

NBC News Education Nation reports that one secret for success for Broward County's No. 1 school? Holding class four days a week.

Pompano Beach High School has a lot to brag about when it comes to academic performance. “We’re the No. 1 ranked school in Broward County, we have the most points, we’re an A-plus school,” says Assistant Principal Lori Carlson.

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