The Edina Art Center offers new courses like photography, felting and meditative art.
We shine a Senior Spotlight on students at Edina High School who are dedicated, hard-working, have a mind for service and enjoy giving back to the community.
Mariam Diaby says the letter in community service from Edina High School is her greatest achievement so far.
Bennett Dykstra takes service to heart as a member of the Edina High School Student Council and part of Tapestry Church's youth group for young people with special needs.
We shine a Senior Spotlight on Edina High School students who are dedicated, hard-working, have a mind for service and enjoy giving back to the community.
Studying abroad continues to be a valuable part of learning outside of the classroom at Edina High School.
Community volunteerism oftentimes changes lives for the better, especially when the focus is on children in need. For Edina High School’s Aspire Mentoring program, the focus is the same even if the location has been temporarily altered. Aspire Mentoring is a student-led club that tutors academically at-risk inner-city students on a weekly basis between the months of October and March.
Edina preschool started in Berrie Lounsberry’s basement 35 years ago.
At Code Ninjas in Edina/Richfield, kids learn to code through a game-based and robotics curriculum that weaves in teamwork, logic, math and problem solving.
Mary Stanton, a grantee, alumni and board member of the Fulbright Association, was there as the organization's highest honor was awarded outside of the U.S. for the first time ever.