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Rotary Club of Pascagoula Scholarship

Since the 90s, the Rotary Club of Pascagoula has awarded thousands of dollars to students who attend Pascagoula High or Resurrection Catholic School. They...

STEM Art Camp

The Walter Anderson Museum of Art in Ocean Springs is taking on their summer art camp in a special way. They are using art as...

Nearly 3,000 third graders pass second reading test

Almost 3,000 more Mississippi third graders passed a toughened reading test on the second try in May, cutting the number of students in danger...

Summer camp season in full swing

School is out and that means summer camp season is in full effect and for the Boys and Girls Club of the Gulf Coast...

MGCCC summer enrollment program

To anyone looking to get a jump start on their education, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College is inviting you to enroll for fall classes...

Christian Collegiate Academy Class of 2019 crosses the stage

The graduations continue rolling. Tonight, the Christian Collegiate Academy’s Class of 2019 crossed the stage. This was a small class of only 16 graduates, but...

Ocean Springs Upper Elementary principal to retire

After nearly four decades in education, one local principal is retiring. Ocean Springs Upper Elementary School Principal Susan Dollar is saying goodbye to work and...

D’Iberville High School Senior Walk

This morning, the graduating seniors of D’Iberville High School took a brief walk back in time. Decked out in full cap and gown, the 2019...

Attendance Incentive Program

Getting up for school bright and early every day can be tough, but one group of students from Pass Road Elementary made showing up...

Summer Reading Programs in Gulfport

A quarter of third graders in Mississippi failed their reading tests. Over the summer, it’s time to hit the books with a purpose! Nonprofit organizations...

Gulfport High School graduation

The Coast Coliseum in Biloxi was painted orange and blue tonight as the Gulfport High School Class of 2019 received their diplomas. Three hundred and...

Twenty five percent of third graders fail tougher reading test

A quarter of third graders in our state failed their reading tests on the first try, leaving it unclear if they will advance to...

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