J-Day will offer workshops from professionals and journalism competitions at CSU Northridge on October 28.
Through June and July 2023, H.S. Insider at the L.A. Times hosted seven high school interns from across Los Angeles and the country.
How two L.A. street artists inspire hope throughout the city through angel wings and mountain lion murals
Corie Mattie’s and Colette Miller’s artwork aim to bring positivity to passersby.
‘The nightmare of a lifetime’: Illicit pills bring efforts to keep teenagers alive to a critical juncture
As teen overdose rates rise, traditional and modern approaches to drug education are at a crossroads in the fight to keep LAUSD students alive through graduation.
This school year, be a student leader with HSI. Apply by August 16.
Laila Mayfield said she values comedy and writing opportunities to push herself out of her comfort zone, towards a successful writing career.
El Rancho High offers 12 AP classes but trying to keep them from closing has become an increasingly concerning issue for the school.
Daniel Pearl Magnet High School sent out a letter letting students and parents know of the high lead levels in the water fountains on March 7, despite the school shutting them down more than a month ago.
The strike would include as many as 65,000 workers and will shut down all 1,000 LAUSD campuses for three days beginning Tuesday.
The Black History Parade was themed “Celebrating our Excellence — The Legacy of Councilmember John J. Kennedy.”