For many high school juniors, starting a college plan and getting ahead of the curve can be intimidating. It’s one more task to accomplish for students who already have many demands on their time including academics, school activities and social life.

It’s said all good things come to an end. While endings can sometimes be sad, in the case of Edina High School choir director David Henderson, one ending has simply led to another beginning.

Whether it was those first formulas or proofing in calculus class, most everyone has struggled with math. Challenges mount when testing season comes around and all those tirelessly memorized formulas seem to vanish after a night of cramming.

Education is one of the most important aspects of a child’s life. They’ll spend most of their first 18 years learning. So, a parent’s choice of educator is important.

Since 1993, Normandale Elementary has been an Edina choice school offering a complete French immersion program to students in kindergarten through fifth grade.
The medical staff at Fairview Southdale Hospital is serious about the phrase, “Children are our future.” Each year the hospital honors 16 students from eight area schools, including E
It is not uncommon to hear students and parents alike question why they need to know something when they can just look it up. In a world of Google, knowledge has lost its appeal.
Edina Public schools (EPS) recently integrated its Early Childhood Family Education and Early Childhood Special Education departments to form the Early Learning Center (ELC).