Category Archives: Education

High school students selected for Emerging Public Leaders program

[caption id="attachment_32573" align="alignleft" width="300"] EPL participants spend a week on campus exploring topics like engaging in the community, analyzing critical issues, practicing ethical leadership and developing communication skills.[/caption] Sixteen rising South Carolina high school seniors will participate in leadership program Release is online: http://bit.ly/2rWRiHG FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GREENVILLE, S.C.—The Riley Institute at Furman University has…
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Mason Prep School Addresses Plastic Pollution

[caption id="attachment_32601" align="alignright" width="2237"] A Mason Prep student with her poster about cigarette butt pollution at an area boat landing.[/caption] Every grade at Mason Prep completes a Service Learning Project over the school year as part of that grade level’s curriculum. Each grade chooses a project and teachers weave the work and lessons learned from…
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SLU founder receives honorary doctorate from CSU

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Charleston Southern University bestowed the honorary doctorate of Christian leadership upon Dr. Jay Strack, president and founder of Student Leadership University, at commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 5 at North Charleston Coliseum. Based in Orlando, Florida, Student Leadership University provides leadership training for students ages 13 to 24. Student Leadership University says, “We believe…
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Mason Prep School Hosts “World Cup” to Foster Love of Language

[caption id="attachment_32184" align="alignright" width="2431"] South Carolina[/caption] The FIFA World Cup, which takes place every four years, will take place in Russia this summer. To capitalize on the excitement surrounding this event, Mason Prep hosted its own “World Cup” on May 4. Madame Julia Royall, who teaches French, and Señora Gloria Collazo, who teaches Spanish, headed…
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