Her Life Was Like a Jigsaw Puzzle – FLEX Helped Her Put the Pieces Together
Principal Jason Kuston of FLEX High Cleveland meets with Kenny Crumpton of Fox8 to spread the joy of new school supplies for our community during the “Stuff The Bus” event!
FLEX High is launching a Civic Literacy & Media Influence Fellowship with the first cohort starting Monday, July 19. Four to six current students and/or alumni will be selected by a panel to participate in the paid Fellowship program. In this paid position, students/alums will be mentored by Charles Ellison, an award-winning analyst for WURD […]
Echo Carter was always a bright, happy and outgoing child, but when she got to junior high, she became the target of bullies.
Serenity Hunter – was just that. This shy girl with a troubled family life was searching for the calm, peace and untroubled mindset that most people enjoy.
Autism Awareness Month is a chance to highlight the one in 59 children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders.
Principal Jason Kustron for our Richmond Heights Learning Center recently hopped on a live virtual call to chat with New Day Cleveland host David Moss about a free, flexible option for local students in the Cleveland area.
Jamila Moore is now 21, but back when she was just 15, her English teacher inspired her to write a story, and to improve it with dialogue and write it as a chapter book.
Kids who love animals often dream of becoming a veterinarian someday. But like any career path, there is a lot of hard work that needs to happen – and for high schoolers, that can start with Career Technical Education (CTE) classes.
What is one of the most powerful tools to prevent teens from taking a troubled path, skipping school or dropping out? Experts agree – it’s mentoring.