Alyssa Washington couldn’t stop thinking about the multi-colored map of New Haven on her classroom wall: the narrow green around Prospect Hill and Westville; the swathed yellow, like a waning moon, from Beaver Hills to City Point; the foreboding red around Dixwell and...

While he was completing his master’s program at the University of New Haven, Max Comando interned at Hill Regional Career High School. He taught whole units by himself over weeks, but he recognized that he was using someone else’s material.

“It wasn’t really mine,” he s...

Melanie didn't need to pass a final exam to prove that her civics class had taught her a ton about effective political organizing.

Through an alternative year-end evaluation, Melanie, a junior at Metropolitan Business Academy, read excerpts from a research paper and tal...

Metropolitan Business Academy sophomore Nico Rivera, who knows what it’s like to be bullied, will take over as the student representative on the Board of Education with a vow to help make schools safe.

Two other students pulled petition sheets, but Rivera was the only o...

Metropolitan attributes our 95.4% graduation rate (the second highest in the district) to three things: Comer Principles, Trauma-Informed Supports, & Dedicated, Expert Teachers and Staff.

The above depiction of graduation rates comes from the New Haven Independent. Here...

As a hijab-wearing high schooler, Yasmin Abuhatab wanted to protest the Trump administration’s travel ban and dispel the far-right's portrayal of Islam as a violent religion. But until recently, she’d been scared to be an activist.

Then she researched Linda Sarsour, a p...

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