Carl Colglazier of Cary is one of the most decorated teen documentary filmmakers in the country, at least as far as C-SPAN is concerned. The 18-year-old won the network’s StudentCam video contest five of the last six years.
Two Durham Public School students’ art will hang in the capital for a year after it was recognized in the National Congressional Art Competition. The competition recognizes the best student artwork from every congressional district.
For the past two months The News & Observer’s News in Education (NIE) program and the Thumbs Up section have been asking students, teachers and schools to participate in our Tweets of the Week contest. Here are the winners from our last Tweets of the Week #TriangleGrads.
Knightdale High School’s African-American Quiz Bowl team took first place in their district championship against a South Carolina team after winning the state championship. Left to right: Morgan Cox, ninth grade, Marcus Griffin, 11th grade, Andre Ray, 11th grade, John Hankins, social studies teacher and the team’s adviser. Not pictured: Elliott Foster, 10th grade.
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