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Crossroads Summer Camp Breeds Young Tech Entrepreneurs

When you think back to your childhood summer camp it’s unlikely that tinkering with small machines, learning business practices, and building portfolios is what comes to mind; but that’s exactly what the students of the Crossroads School’s summer camp have been working on for the past two months. The Crossroads

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Why Should Girls Play Sports Like Golf?

The long-term benefit of girls participating in sports, such as golf, goes beyond the physical and emotional. Playing organized sports as a young female helps create better business women according to a survey by MassMutual Financial Group of 401 executive business women. The First Tee junior golf and life skills programs provide

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WEA holds St. James And John Tea Party

Women’s Education Alliance (WEA) friends had the pleasure of attending a wonderful tea party hosted by the 4th and 5th grade girls of St. James and John School.  Tea and scones were abundant with the highlight of the morning the beautiful dresses and ensembles worn by the students.  Each girl

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City Middle School Counsels Students After Graduation

Several high poverty schools serving first generation college applicants have innovative student counseling programs that provide college, career and financial aid guidance, however. And one Baltimore middle school provides counseling support to their eighth grade graduates all the way through to college: Saint Ignatius Loyola Academy. The tuition-free, Jesuit, all

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