For more than 50 years, Ticonderoga has celebrated the scholarship, leadership and talent of high school young women.
On May 27, Spanish level 4 and 5 advanced language students participated in a cultural workshop on the Peruvian and Bolivian Alpaca history on recently at the Chilson Brook Alpaca Farm, attending a conference sponsored by Alpaca owner and developer Lynne Reale.
Ticonderoga high school Spanish students participated in a roundtable discussion of languages and culture with two exchange students who are being hosted this school year by local families.
The PHHS Alumni Assoc. is proud to announce that Caitlin Pelkey and Madison Stahl, graduating seniors of Moriah Central School, are each the recipients of a $300 scholarship for the 2014-15 academic year according to David V. Bruce, President of the Alumni Assoc.
The Ticonderoga Central School District has announced that regular morning bus routes will be scheduled through Thursday, June 25 for grades Pre-K to 12.
If you are interested in learning about Lake George while experiencing its beauty on a custom-built boat, the Lake George Association has just the program for you this summer.
Thanks to generous support from several foundations, Fort Ticonderoga served over 850 students in classrooms throughout the Adirondacks and in western Vermont during the current school year.
Local students got their hands dirty last week when they spent the morning at a long-running event designed to foster environmental literacy.
Brody D. Rocque, from Ticonderoga High School, son of Marshall and Tarra Rocque, recently completed the Youth Leadership Conference at Norwich University in Northfield, VT during March 27 to March 29.
CV-TEC students earned top honors at the New York State SkillsUSA Championships Wednesday, April 22 through April 24, in Syracuse.
A trio of local schools got a harsh lesson in what can happen if you decide a text message is more important than keeping your eyes on the road.
Emilee Namer, Kaley Manning, Alex LaFrance, Taylor Spragu, Amanda B. Charlton
The Ticonderoga Elementary Parent-Teacher Organization seeks more volunteers to step up. The group's president says those who do won't regret it.