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When Laura Shannon started her engineering program at Washington State University Vancouver, she noticed the need for a community of other female engineers to join forces and support each other. Shannon and another female engineering student were working on a

Anna Houston, described by her mother as a compassionate big sister, struggled through most of her school years. Anna is on the Autism spectrum, and high school proved to be a particularly difficult time. The combination of increased homework expectations

Welcome to your brief tour of Clark County educational options, where your community and your child’s educational needs intersect. You’ll find a sampling of private schools from Battle Ground to downtown Vancouver and beyond, as well as contact and location

For teens, the final two years of high school are fraught with questions about future education, career plans, and launching into adult life. For parents of these teens, these same years require a delicate balance of support and encouragement tempered

Homework may not be your child’s favorite part of the school year, but it’s no secret that completing those after-school assignments can lead to academic success. Help the students in your household develop good study habits and tackle their homework

Teacher-student cooperation is an important alliance that starts at home and affects a child’s entire academic career. Having positive relationships with teachers throughout twelve years of school can make the difference between a child who adores school and all it

For Vancouver students looking to seriously explore career possibilities in a health profession, an incredibly rare and precious opportunity awaits. Evergreen Public Schools’ Henrietta Lacks Health and Bioscience High School, also known as HeLa High, combines rigorous math and science