The daughter of an Indian diplomat was suing New York City for arresting her after someone else sent nasty e-mails to her high school teacher. Krittika Biswas was subsequently cleared of any wrongdoing.
Five Brooklyn high school students have been charged with attacking another student with a padlock inside a sock. The 17-year-old victim said in a published report that she wasn’t able to open her jaw after the April 1 attack.
A longer school day, fewer elective courses, and teacher layoffs are among proposed changes that have the town of Briarcliff Manor up in arms Thursday.
Hundreds of Long Island high school students are spending their winter break at Island Harvest in Uniondale helping to prepare and distribute food for the needy.
Detective Lt. Gerard Pelkofsky says Matthew Yuhas was drinking alcohol with friends at a neighbor’s house in East Moriches. He says he fell asleep at some point and was discovered unresponsive late Sunday morning.
B.J. Giannone had finished a 200-yard freestyle relay when the senior from Saint Peter’s Prep High School collapsed.
After Westchester County discovered that Pleasantville High School’s most recent principal was misusing $90,000 in student funds, the school district decided to step up its efforts when it comes to hiring.
Acting Education Commissioner Rochelle Hendricks told the state’s public school districts earlier this month that passing the test won’t be mandatory just yet.
The fight broke out in a classroom at the Explorations Academy in the Bronx.
The idea is to bring help to drug and alcohol addicted students by housing an out-patient clinic – at William Floyd High School in Mastic Beach.
In a lawsuit, Rachel Primm, who is now 21-years-old, claims she began having sex with her basketball coach during her senior year of high school.
Cell phones, banned from use at most schools or hidden away in backpacks or lockers, are openly displayed between classes at Mainland as one of many new changes this year in how the school operates.
A state appeals court has upheld the suspension of a New Jersey high school principal who disabled the school’s fire alarm because of false alarms.
Kaylee Ritchie was 14 when 10 to 12 boards, weighing between 10 and 20 pounds each fell on her bare feet in December 2004 at Jonathan Law High School.
Police arrived within two minutes but the Wantagh High School freshman was pronounced dead at the hospital.