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Standout Student – Will Herbert

Standout Student – Will Herbert

Will Herbert Rising Junior, Marist Will Herbert loves to swim. “During the summer I basically live in the pool,” Will said. Will has been swimming competitively since he was 9.…

Registration for DeKalb County schools

When is the first day of school? Aug. 8 Who can register a student? Parent or legal guardian. What documents are required? Original birth certificate, Social Security card or waiver,…

Hopeful students fill Georgia Perimeter College seats

Hopeful students fill Georgia  Perimeter College seats

In the midst of ongoing economic strife, enrollment at Georgia Perimeter College continues to grow. In Dunwoody, host of the college’s largest student body, that means both an economic and…

Standout Student – Sydney Umeri

Standout Student – Sydney Umeri

Sydney Umeri, rising junior Lovett School Sydney Umeri is gaining a large reputation in Atlanta for her advanced athleticism and basketball skills. Her passion for the sport and talented play…

Penny tax could mean new Dunwoody elementary school

In November, the DeKalb County School Board will ask voters to approve a five-year penny sales tax to pay for a $475 million list of schools building and operations projects.…

As transplants move to local schools, a new sport sticks

As transplants move to local schools, a new sport sticks

Lacrosse sounds about as foreign as it looks, with players running around in masked head gear wielding netted sticks. But lacrosse has won a following in the metro Atlanta area…

Standout Student – Mishka Moncrieffe

Standout Student – Mishka Moncrieffe

Mishka Moncrieffe North Atlanta High School Mishka Moncrieffe, a recent graduate with a passion for reaching out, has done much for her community. She has been recognized as a Gates…

Jester: ‘I will not’ back tax hike

Jester: ‘I will not’ back tax hike

DeKalb County School Board member Nancy Jester is tackling her first school budget as a member of the board. Jester talked with reporter Maggie Lee about her priorities, both on…

Anticipating what the future holds

Anticipating what the future holds

Young women of Dunwoody High School await their big moment at the school’s graduation ceremony May 20 at the First Baptist Church Atlanta.…

Valedictorians and Salutatorians

During recent high school graduation ceremonies, a handful of students were singled out as the best performers in their class. In the May 20-June 2 editions of the Reporters, we…