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Vivian Sanchez, a junior at The Woodlands College Park High School, is a brave 16-year-old advocate of change.
Shaelyn Stone
It's a “drop in” style live video test prep question forum with all three of us: Russell, Will, and Susan!
Woodlands Test Prep
The Woodlands Township proudly sponsored three teams who competed at the TAAF/TPPC Texas State Lifeguard Championship in College Station, Texas on August 4, 2014, at the Adamson Lagoon facility.
Mary E. Connell
Congressman Brady awards medals from 8th Congressional District. Three Woodlands teens receive the Bronze Congressional Award for volunteerism efforts and meeting the other necessary requirements to achieve the award.
J. Werner
Fundraiser to benefit substance abuse treatment and recovery for teens. Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC) partnering with Archway Academy and Teen & Family Services, will hold Houston’s First Annual Breaking Chains Charity Disc Golf Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 25, 9 a.m. – noon, at Agnes Moffit
Mackenzie F. from The Woodlands was one of 22 Girl Scouts from across the nation selected to participate in a Girl Scout destinations program in Costa Rica.
August is upon us, and so is the college admissions process. This year marks the introduction of the fourth version of the Common Application, an online portal utilized by more than 500 universities nationwide.
Morgan Kinney
As the cost of college rises each year, your textbook prices shouldn’t. There are many options for college students and parents to find the best bang for your buck and beat the ludicrous retail price of a brand new textbook at a university bookstore
Carly Laucella
As a rising senior in high school, I can’t pretend to be an expert on college admissions—I haven’t even sent out my own applications yet—but, with the start of the school year fast approaching, I want to take this opportunity to address rising junior
Margaret Whitney
5 things you think you need for your dorm, but actually don’t With August fast approaching, students who recently graduated are surely trying to figure out what to bring—and what not to bring—for their freshman year living in the campus dorms.
Annemarie Sullivan
Whether you’re heading off to college or sending off a child, there are a couple of essentials you will need to be sure to pack. The most important thing to remember is that you can always make a Target run if you forget something!
Erin Kelley
The South Montgomery County YMCA is offering a new program this summer for Teens, ages 15 -16, Leaders-in-Training.
Milstead Automotive will host a complimentary teen car care workshop on May 19 for teens to learn about proper car care and maintenance.
Kristin Venema
FUEL Friday returns to the South Montgomery County YMCA on April 3, at 7 p.m. at they Shadowbend YMCA.
This month, the Office of Attorney General (OAG) is joining with crime victim advocates across the country to observe the fourth annual National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Week.
Texas Attorney General Gregg Abbott
FUEL at the YMCA will feature a teen talent show in February with a grand prize of $500.
On Oct. 25 the Montgomery County Women's Center will host a free teen conference called "Use Your Voice - Make A Choice."
FUEL returns to the YMCA on Friday, October 10.