The Catalyst STL program teaches high school students to start their own businesses
It’s a high school class that teaches students real world experience. They connect with over 100 professionals as they learn what careers are really like.
Life Lessons and the Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings
The Lindbergh High School Strolling Strings are celebrating a milestone this year, celebrating thirty years of fun, music and life lessons.
A Webster University student is using her experience as an immigrant to help Afghan refugees.
E. Desmond Lee Fine Arts Education Collaborative
The E. Des Lee Fine Arts Education Collaborative newly launched website connects the community to valuable resources for teachers, students and parents.
SOLID: Science of Learning Instrument Design
The Sheldon’s SOLID program is the science of learning instrument design. Students design and play their custom built instruments from recycled materials.
INGENUITY IN THE CLASSROOM: AREA TEACHERS NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED FOR SCIENCE AND MATH METHODS
Two St. Louis area teachers are recognized by the White House for outstanding work in the classroom. The women talk of their love for math and science.
St. Louis Storytelling Festival Honors Missouri’s Bicentennial
This year is the 42nd anniversary of the St. Louis Storytelling Festival! Julie Tristan introduces us to one of the featured storytellers, Bobby Norfolk.
Real-World Business for Students Experienced Virtually
A local ad agency is taking advantage of virtual learning by reaching out to area students. Kirkwood is the first to try out the creative business program.
From Gang Member to Missouri’s Top Teacher
He went from a gang member to Missouri’s top teacher. Darrion Cockrell, tell us how and why he changed his life.
Mikey Wren, A Young Entrepreneur and Inspiration
At just 12 years old, Mikey Wren is a best-selling author and youngest vending machine owner in the country.