Theater is more than a class, says Discovery High School theater student Jake Brownfield. It’s much more. “Doing plays isn’t just reading your lines,” he says. “It helps you find yourself.” Each year, the North […]
The Hickory Woman’s Club recently funded scholarships for several Catawba Valley Community College students through donations to the CVCC Foundation, Inc.
When he became president of Catawba Valley Community College, Garrett D. Hinshaw set a goal to become the “Best Community College in the America.” A group of students, faculty and staff recently brought home a […]
Two academies from Hickory Career and Arts Magnet High School (HCAM) recently competed at the SkillsUSA National Championships competition held in Kentucky. The SkillsUSA National Championships are competitive events showcasing the best career and technical […]
Olivia Belcher, a 2018 graduate of Hickory High, is a recipient of the National Merit Scholarship. More than 1.6 million students entered the 2018 National Merit Scholarship program by taking the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit […]
Miniya Shinn, a recent 2018 graduate of Hickory High, has been awarded the Cheatham-White Scholarship to attend North Carolina Central University (NCCU) this fall. North Carolina Central University was founded in 1909 as the National […]
Catawba Valley Community College students recently experienced the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., as part of the college’s HandsOnHistory travel study experience. Students were part of an African-American […]
For Maiden High School students, educational opportunities can happen anywhere, from the worktable of a carpentry classroom to the self-checkout lane at a grocery store. Four years ago, Candace Stephens came up with the idea […]