After much deliberation, the Liberty College and Career Academy location off Airport Road was officially deemed ready for construction during a Friday afternoon special luncheon.
Liberty County and state officials broke ground Friday on the new education facility that will allow students to earn technical college credit while still in high school.
Richmond Hill Middle School has had a lot of activity in recent weeks.
ATLANTA - Senate Democrats are concerned that a proposal to cut the cash-strapped HOPE scholarship and prekindergarten program is moving too quickly through the Legislature.
ATLANTA - A plan to scale back Georgia's free, full-day pre-kindergarten program - the first of its kind in the United States - to a half-day has teachers fearing shrunken paychecks and working parents scrambling to find day care for their 4-year-olds.
Three educators at Richmond Hill Primary School were pleasantly surprised earlier this week when they were given top accolades by their peers.
As they take the first steps toward a new budget, Bryan County Schools officials find they have more money than expected for the current fiscal year but greater uncertainties about next year.
A private Christian school in Richmond Hill has seen its enrollment drastically increase this year, and is gearing up for its 10th anniversary, scheduled for next month.
The National Society of High School Scholars announced recently that Veritas Academy sophomore Mark Taylor of Richmond Hill has been selected for membership based upon his academic achievement.
Above, G.W. Carver Elementary students recently showed off projects for "Nip it in the Butt," a recent program that warned students about the dangers of tobacco use.
Alida Kerbage of Lebanon was recently named a Georgia Rotary Student and is being sponsored by the Rotary Clubs of Richmond Hill, Savannah Sunrise, Hinesville and Skidaway Island during her year of study at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Kerbage was incorrectly identified as a Richmond Hill High School student in the Feb. 23 edition of the News.
The following students were named to the dean's list of Emory College, the undergraduate, liberal arts college of Emory University in Atlanta, for the 2010 fall semester.
Maj. Nomathembi Martini recently visited Laura Maes' math enrichment class at Richmond Hill Middle School. Martini visited the class to present situations in which he uses math, including slope, y-intercept and systems of equations, in his career as a military pilot.
While two Bryan County High School students appear as anchors for the introductory and closing segments being recorded in the studio, two of their classmates interview a lineup of baseball players in the hallway just outside the classroom door.
Richmond Hill High School students who thought that Erin Turner's production class Film II would be an easy "A" have been proved wrong.
The Exchange Club of Richmond Hill students of the month for November and December, Carolyne Casaine and Ronnie Harris, were recognized Dec. 10.
ALBANY - Darton State College's Nursing Division held its traditional nurse-pinning ceremony to honor recent graduates Tuesday, Dec. 9, in the Cavalier Arena.
Some Carver Elementary students celebrated Computer Science Education week last Friday by participating in the "Hour of Code," a nation-wide campaign to generate interest in computer science and programming.
The room darkened and stage lights shined on the chorus students as they carefully moved into place and prepared to sing during last Friday's Richmond Hill High School annual Holiday Concert.
ATLANTA - The State Board of the Technical College System of Georgia has selected Lanier Technical College in Oakwood as this year's recipient of their Perdue Award for the TCSG Technical College of the Year.
The Bryan County Elementary School Student Council participated in the 2014 United Way Campaign to help raise funds for those in need. These students collected over 900 food items for the Thanksgiving food drive to help the United Way provide Thanksgiving dinners in our community. Student Council representatives also placed recycled milk jugs in all classrooms to encourage everyone to donate their change, as well as having a community lemonade stand managed by Helen Gaddis, Stacy Callahan and Taylor Flemming. These efforts resulted in $586.41 being raised for the United Way and helped the school to surpass its goal ...
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