“As the mother of a transgender student who will be attending your school this year," said one parent, "I am upset, embarrassed, and worried for my child."
The 19-year-old from Texas is sticking to her values, in the wave of social media backlash.
In blistering graduation speeches, two teenagers called out their high school for employing “unqualified teachers” and committing “unlawful acts” before one’s microphone was cut.
The former student government president says his expulsion was unfair. He's suing his Louisiana school district.
Rosdely Ciprian, 14, and Thursday Williams, 18, star alongside Heidi Schreck in the critically-acclaimed and Tony-nominated play, "What the Constitution Means to Me."
Four Oklahoma teenagers were just "looking for something to do" when they saved their 90-year-old neighbor's life during a house fire.
"Here she was with beautiful hair and makeup,” said Sheery Allgood of North Carolina about the teen. “I didn’t want her getting messed up.’”
The California woman's brother says false news reports that his sister was taking selfies when she died, are "disturbing."
"His only complaint was 'it makes me sad that people would rather fly by and honk at a disabled person rather than to lend a hand,'" the teen's mother said.
A high school in Washington held an early graduation for a teen diagnosed with cancer.
Catholic high school students are protesting a new anti-skirt policy meant to encourage “modesty” and prevent male teachers from feeling “uncomfortable” while addressing violations.
The yearbooks from the Illinois high school reportedly cost $45 each and a total of $80,000 for the school to print.
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.
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.
A 13-year-old Texas student has died after he was found facedown at the bottom of a hotel swimming pool during a school trip.
Parents who have already sent kids off to college share advice on how they got through the time leading up to the move, the big day, and the aftermath.
The waiter informed the prom-goers they could order whatever they liked — as long as they all stayed off of their phones for the entire meal.
If you’re having a hard time with the idea of your child leaving for college, just know that you’re not alone. But there are a few things you can do to make it easier on yourself and your teen.
Colleges can be a hotbed for germs with so many students living in close quarters. So making sure your teen knows the symptoms of certain health conditions — especially more serious ones — and what to do are crucial.
“Almost every student shows up not knowing how to do something, whether it's how to cook a simple meal, manage their money, separate clothing for the laundry, or live compatibly with strangers," says Shannon Reed, a visiting lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh.