Education

Lakota chef Sean Sherman, owner of catering service The Sioux Chef, speaks at Century College

Sherman co-owns the catering company Sioux Chef and won a the 2018 James Beard Foundation Book Award for "The Sioux Chef's Indigenous Kitchen," which he wrote with Beth Dooley.

While many schools place a heavy emphasis on acquiring and teaching with the latest technology, Liberty Classical Academy, a private, multidenominational Christian PreK-12 school, prioritizes the a

Each August, we highlight outstanding rising seniors from area schools and talk with them about their inspirations, challenges, passions and hopes for the future.

Have a kid interested in an artistic spin on photography? The White Bear Center for the Arts’ H’art of Photography class provides an opportunity to do just that.
 

White Bear Lake native Sean Kenny didn’t set out to become an educator and advocate for those with autism.

The Northeast Suburban area’s newest high school was started by hockey parents/Gradient Financial Group, LLC owners, Charles and Tami Lucius.

The middle school years can be awkward for any child, so it’s good that there are schools like Magnuson Christian School (MCS) to help children through it.

Century College gained a new president in July. Angelia Millender began her journey in education in Chicago public schools, but her start in higher education began at Robert Morris University in Chicago.

With advanced coursework, jobs, sports, extracurricular activities, friends, family and more, high-achieving students are busier than ever. Lucky for us, we were able to get these star students to slow down for a moment to share a bit of insight.

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