Ah, the hometown, a place immortalized in Bruce Springsteen songs, the mythical milieu where Thin Lizzy is always on the jukebox, the place where you will find yourself tonight, for Thanksgiving break, reuniting with old high school acquaintances. While they may still remember you as the awkward loser who got hit in the face that one time in seventh grade kickball or the kid who used to enthusiastically wear gimmicky hats around school in a desperate plea for attention, now you are in fact a supremely cool kid who has gone off to college or moved to the big city and listens to all of the hippest Soundcloud streams. While it may seem like everybody in the world is a huge DeJ Loaf fan because the people you follow on Twitter are talking about her, the reality is that your high school friends are probably just finding out about, like, Migos. Okay, sure, you actually spent your first semester at UC Berkeley sleeping through classes and hugging the toilet on a couple Saturday nights just like they did here, but you did it in THE BAY AREA BABY! Enter your postcode so we can keep you up-to-date with the latest local news and exciting deals. Verification link has expired, please sign in and click on resend verification email from your profile page.
Verification link has expired, please click on resend verification email from your profile page. Stowmarket High School exhibition to showcase A level and GSCE students' work, pictured with Dave Lee Allan, headteacher, Jim Bannister, Head of Design, and Jim Hawkins, Head of Construction.
Innovation and originality were on display at an exhibition in a Stowmarket school this week, showcasing the designing talent of its students.
The A-level Product Design Exhibition at Stowmarket High School took place this week, with more than 100 entries from AS, A2 and GCSE students.Works were up on display for the scrutiny of a judging panel, including representatives from Bennett Homes, Vinci Plc, TMJ Interiors, Stitch x Stitch and Concertos Design.
A number of prizes, given by the judging firms, were also up for grabs for the students, studying a range of design courses from textiles to construction. James Bannister, head of design and technology, said: a€?The show gives the Design students a massive lift and it is a real chance to showcase their efforts after what is always a strenuous year. Keep up to date with all the latest local news on your iPhone or Android phone with our mobile site. SUCCESSFUL students at Shipston High School were recognised for their achievements at an awards evening last week. Media executive Andrew Knight was the Guest of Honour at the event on Wednesday, November 2 when he presented over a hundred awards to students and last year’s leavers.

The Awards Evening was attended by special guests including the Leader of Stratford District Council, the Mayor of Shipston and representatives of local organisations.
Students enjoyed a speech from Mr Knight who was former editor of the Economist as well as the Chief Executive and Editor in Chief of the Daily Telegraph Group. Headteacher Jonathan Baker said: ‘It was a truly marvellous occasion and Andrew Knight was an excellent choice to be our Guest of Honour. Newsquest (Midlands South) Ltd, Loudwater Mill, Station Road, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. This website and associated newspapers adhere to the Independent Press Standards Organisation's Editors' Code of Practice. If there’s anything that’s been made clear over the past two decades, it’s that there is a general perception of black men that’s not accurate.
To defy these stereotypes 34 juniors and seniors from Illinois’ Central High School created a music video –of sorts– wearing their best slacks and button-ups. Best part: They’re all Honor Roll students, poets, future collegiate athletes and National Honor Society members. Comment Disclaimer: Comments that contain profane or derogatory language, video links or exceed 200 words will require approval by a moderator before appearing in the comment section. MadameNoire is a sophisticated lifestyle publication that gives African-American women the latest in fashion trends, black entertainment news, parenting tips and beauty secrets that are specifically for black women.
BUDDING film directors from Penketh High School impressed Sir Trevor McDonald and Eddie Izzard to scoop a national award.
The Penketh High pupils were awarded a LAFTA for their video MFL highlighting the need for languages in a job, showing how speaking one language makes communication difficult.
Assistant head teacher Jacqui Jenkinson said: “A huge amount of work has gone into making all this happen. He said: “They have shown that the next generation of British film-makers may well make their mark on other countries.
The Napa High School spiritleaders, shown with awards they earned at a recent camp at Whitney High in Rocklin, include (bottom row, from left) varsity members Alexa Hammond, Cayla Bauer, Megan Charney, Rylee Schmidt, Emily Sousa, Graycen Loveless, Makenzie Hess, Michaela Munson, Anastacia Kountouris, Anna Charney and Jaynee Pudewell, and (top row) JV members Austin Steed, Ashli Horrell, Devon Mason, Abby Sneed, Gabi Llamas, Rachel Remboldt, Maddy Mott, Sarah Pharr, Zoe Scheinholz, Ceci Cohen and Maddy Spencer.

If you can just let these people know that you are cool and plugged in and know what’s going on in the cosmopolitan world of culture maybe they will look upon you with new eyes or even want to make out with you. Maybe you saw a rapper perform on campus or ran into Lil B on the street or went to a Ty Segall show. But if you tell them that played the Rae Sremmurd song while you were DJing a party and the whole room went crazy, not only will you be offering the proof that helps them pay attention, you’ll be subtly hinting at the fact that you are cool enough to throw parties. In that case, now is a great time to talk about music that you found out about from your cool new big city friends. Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. If you have a complaint about the editorial content which relates to inaccuracy or intrusion, then please contact the editor here.
The gentlemen walk the halls of their school, shoot hoops and chat it up in the classroom all to Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie” record.
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