The photo shows an adult wearing a white hood and two high school students in blackface with the Confederate flag behind them.
High school senior Kennedy Bentley is dedicated to making sure any teen who wants to experience prom has the chance, especially students with special needs.
A Native American student was told she couldn't walk at graduation due to her bead-decorated cap — which her father spent a week hand-threading — because it violated the dress code.
The couple claims a worker at Big Boy Gyros, located across the street from their high school, told them "We can't have two guys hugging in here," and that their "kind" was not welcome.
"We didn't even call it work," the high school lunch lady of five years said. "We got up in the morning, we took care of our families and we went to take care of the kids."
Students arrived at school on Tuesday wearing oversized jerseys, chains, fake tattoos and cornrows, with some noting that "thug day" has been happening for years.
The students held a sign in the photo that read, "You are racist but I would give anything for you to go with me to prom." Certain letters are bolded to spell out a racial slur.
A high school senior in Ohio is getting ready to graduate on May 19. But she refuses to forget the many students who weren’t able to as a result of school shootings, and is honoring them with her graduation cap.
A high school senior in Georgia is graduating with perfect attendance, after making a promise to his late sister 13 years ago.
A teacher requested items such as printing paper, pencils, pens and index cards in exchange for extra credit.
Andrea Harris says that her daughters were named, along with three other students, in a threatening note found in a bathroom at Drexel High School on Monday.
After months of work, and a few tips from his grandmother, the high school junior had created a beautiful and unique dress which nearly brought his date to tears.
"As a teacher who is also a police officer, why wouldn’t he have one?” says a friend of the educator.
A senior at a Florida high school who's been on her own since age 14 was surprised on Wednesday with a brand new car donated by members of her community.
Illinois police officers and authorities at a local school district are addressing the state's second student-involved blackface scandal of the past month.
The student's artwork featured newspaper clippings about police brutality, prompting one officers' union to dub it a "piece of trash."
While it appears to be a seemingly ubiquitous school project, one aspect stuck out to the mother and daughter who found the bottle. The letters were dated September 10, 2001, the day before 9/11.
Deputy Chief Gregory Halstead estimates that between ten and 12 students, both male and female, of "rival factions" were involved.
“Royse City, the city is broken," Eric Price, a parent of two children in the school district, said. "Right now, Royse City just took a step back 100 years, because they let that boy walk down there like Superman with a cape around these kids. And they could do nothing."
One student spoke up for her graduating class when the school tried to prohibit girls from wearing pants to graduation.
Kellin McGowan is the first African American valedictorian in the school's 119-year-long history, a title he earned with his 4.57 GPA.
"From us crying out to God, for Him to send someone for us to keep living and a boat named 'Amen,' there's no way that it wasn't Him," the 17-year-old said.
A teen who held a gun and a sign that said ‘We hang n****** for free’ in a Snapchat photo is facing expulsion from her high school.
High school students in Illinois staged a walkout on Tuesday after pictures of fellow classmates in blackface surfaced on social media over the weekend.