On Friday, a high school student shared on Facebook a photo of her school lunch: a handful of baby carrots, a hot dog bun with melted cheese, and a cup of marinara sauce.
School district officials have reversed their decision to ban cheerleaders' from holding a tribute to their murdered classmate after facing backlash from the community.
The top-ranked 17-year-old swimmer, who is expected to compete at the collegiate level in the future, was the only athlete disqualified at the meet, despite wearing the same swimsuit as her teammates.
In order to curb high schoolers from vaping in the bathroom, a school temporarily removed the stall doors of the boys' room.
According to a parent, "straight kids" entered the meeting, holding hands, while shouting, "This is what's right!"
A group of high school students in Kentucky are fighting for the rights of their LGBTQ peers after two were forced out of pride shirts.
A Kentucky high school junior named Cody Hardin intervened when his female classmate was getting harassed.
A Nashville father was put into a chokehold, and he and his 16-year-old daughter were taken into custody after causing a scene at her high school over a dress code violation.
A high school senior in Alabama was excluded from her yearbook after posing for her portrait in a tux. Now, she's bringing awareness to the incident, although her school is making up for it.
A 15-year-old Alabama student has been charged with harassing communications, a misdemeanor, after he used iPhone AirDrop to message a fellow student "tomorrow all chocolate kids will die."
The superintendent said that he expects between 150 to 200 students of the graduating senior class of 500 will apply to college, but he expects the number could go higher.
A South Carolina high school student was expelled and arrested over racist videos, including one of him shooting a box of sneaker box and saying, “I hate black people.”
Three high school student-athletes were hospitalized after they almost drowned, and had to be rescued from a swimming pool. Authorities say they are investigating the incident.
An Alabama public high school has received a complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation for advertising a "Back to School Worship Service" on its official Facebook page.
A Florida high school principal has been formally reprimanded for providing 336 students with a "placebo" AP test, which they took believing a good grade would have resulted in earning college credits.
The only accessory that was showing was a trio of brown eagle feathers attached to her graduation cap. But that was apparently enough to warrant a reprimand from a nearby teacher.
Torians Adaryll Hughes reportedly doesn't have teaching credentials, but he worked as a social studies teacher at a North Carolina high school.
“He’s doing something great so I thought we should do something great for him," said Patricia Lozano, an assistant principal at Hackensack High School in New Jersey.
"The high school kids went over and drew rainbows and messages of inclusion all over the sidewalk out front. The next generation is not taking any BS.”
The teen's mother, friends and hospital staff made sure Ilijah Barron felt like he was part of an important high school milestone.