Posts tagged “High School”
Teens ages 13 to 17 can ride Raleigh's buses as much as they want this summer for $50.
Raleigh parks' offerings for teens include a week of campus tours, a teen corp and youth fire academy.
The Wade Edwards Learning Lab in Raleigh will offer group sessions in May to help high school students prepare for end-of-the-year exams.
The Looking Toward College program offers a chance for high school girls to learn more about what college life is really like.
Toddlers become teenagers way too fast, and many parents worry about what their adorable child will become. Most teens do very well, especially when supported by parents who play an important role in helping their children mature.
The program includes cash prizes for the high school groups and clubs that bring the most teens and signed pledges.
It's our responsibility to drive safely and to set an example for our kids. Is it worth the risk to send that quick text or make that short phone call when it comes to the safety of your children?
Bring your stuffed animals for the "Teddy Bear Suture Clinic," check out the animals large and small and learn more about what happens at one of the top vet schools in the country. Great for young kids to teens.
Duke University's Area Health Education Center provides two week long summer camps for students who are considering a career in health care.
Because there aren't a big variety of large events just for teens, I thought I'd point out this event at the N.C. Museum of Art on Saturday.
Starting today, the town will offer a variety of events - from a cafe and trivia night to an a cappella sing off - for teens.
Growing Child Pediatrics will give away prom dresses to teens who might not be able to afford one.
Launch Lab adds a dozen new interactive pieces to the museum's already popular indoor Aerospace gallery, where you also can see a…
The local kids and family band performs a song from their new album "Rubber Chicken Rock."
Go Ask Mom Editor Sarah Hall talks with WRAL about the summer fun guide, a one-stop place for all the best activities to keep kids…
Amy Sugg, a mom of two, talks about her new consignment shop The 2nd Look Children's Consignment Boutique.
We all know the old saying, "children should be seen, but not heard." Cristin DeRonja, director of the SafeChild Advocacy Center in…
The students and staff at Cedar Fork Elementary star in a music video to capture their journey of learning for this year. The lyrics…
Mary Poole, Artspace executive director, talks about the collection of artist studios and galleries in downtown Raleigh and why it's…
Beatrice Diaz, a mom of four in Chapel Hill, talks about her business Absolute Joy.
Cristin DeRonja, director of the SAFEchild Advocacy Center and a Raleigh mom of four, tells us that listening to your children is…
Pam Hartley, vice president of exhibits and education at Marbles, talks about the downtown Raleigh's updated Around Town exhibit.
Johnathan Edmonds, a Cary dad and Air Force pilot, talks about his new children's series - Service Pals.
Learn all about how chocolate is made - from the bean to the bar - then indulge in some delicious treats at this downtown Raleigh shop.
Leeann Eagle talks about her business creating personalized and appliqued apparel for kids.
Check out the scene at our big playdate featuring Artspace, Lil' Chef, the Chick-fil-A cow, Rissi Palmer, the Wake County Sheriff's…
Cristin DeRonja of SAFEchild in Wake County talks about the agency's program called Funny Tummy Feelings, which teaches kids skills…
LeeAnn Donnelly of Biltmore talks about the estate in Asheville and spots that families shouldn't miss when the visit.
Anna Norton, a Cary mom, talks about her journey with Type 1 diabetes, her involvement in Diabetes Sisters and the nonprofit's…