“Advance Sailing,” anyone? – Find some these interesting courses here in the Bay Area…
The university realized a month ago they will spend $4 million more than they have in the budget.
Various food & spirits served up inside the Grand Tasting Tent at SF Chefs 2013…
Cristo Rey San Jose High School, set to open in the fall, offers classes four days a week, with students going to work on Fridays.
Whether you are a budding star or just wanting to have a little fun, these acting classes will put you in the spotlight.
You don’t need a credential or a classroom to teach a class anymore. A new company called Skillshare allows individuals to share their knowledge in a classroom setting, and get paid for it. The company’s motto is “Anyone Can Teach, Including You.”
The school’s board of trustees is looking at all of its options, including possibly closing campuses, cutting classes and staff layoffs.
Technology is the key to the future. And on that premise, this week’s Jefferson Award winner is helping low income students build successful careers.
U.S. News and World Report recently released its list of the best high schools in the country, with Dublin High School topping the Bay Area at number 12. As it turns out, the celebration at the East Bay school was short lived.
Whether the kids have a theatrical calling or you’re looking to keep them busy with a full week of creative challenges, these Bay Area venues offer rewarding theater sessions for children and teens. Look no further than these, the best San Francisco summertime theater programs.