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PPP art students visit Cicitello gallery

on Thursday, 08 March 2012 00:00

The Pikes Peak Prep (PPP) high school art class visited the Gallery of Contemporary art at UCCS on Friday March 2nd to view the life work of proffessor Louis Cicitello.

From the GOCA website "Cicotello was well-known and beloved regionally, having moved to Colorado Springs from Kansas City, MO. in 1984 to serve as Chair of the Visual Arts Department at UCCS. Cicotello was Professor of Fine Arts through 2007 at UCCS and inspired countless students in their own careers.

21st Century places first in math contest

on Friday, 02 March 2012 00:00

Congratulations to the 4th and 7th grade students who participated in the West Central Indiana Math Contest. Hats off to these students, who not only participated and competed against 6 other Indiana Schools but won first place in the contest. 21st Century Charter School @ Gary came in first place with 1120 points.

Rodney Williams remembers his first sectional basketball game. Many jump shots ago, Williams was a sophomore player at Horace Mann. It was 1970.

The game was at West Side, and when he ran out, he saw 8,000 fans drawn into the affair. It was the thrill of a lifetime.

"There was no place I wanted to be more," Williams said. "What a thrill for a young man."

Junior makes All-Star team

on Monday, 20 February 2012 00:00

Junior point guard Mykel Mayes was selected to participate in the Elite North vs. South All-Star Basketball Challenge on April 15 at Lebanon High School.

The All-Star Basketball Challenge features 12 players from the northern half of Indiana and 12 players from the southern half of Indiana.

21st Century Charter School's varisity and junior varsity played host to Oakhill College Australia's men's basketball teams.

Varisty won its game 71-37. Junior Myrin Kirksey led the way with 18 points. Senior Robert Eatman added 10 points and seven rebounds, while Junior Jamal Dickerson provided six points and three steals.

IBJ: Whew! Tap the brakes on school reform

on Monday, 28 November 2011 00:00

Many Hoosier education reformers are salivating over the fast pace of school reform in recent years. For years, Hoosiers were notorious for moving too slowly to improve schools. Today, education reform is moving at warp speed. Gov. Daniels, Speaker Bosma and State Superintendent Bennett deserve much of the credit, too. And so it may sound strange to suggest it’s time to slow down, but so be it.

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