No Limits Academy:
Takes Technology Approach To Educating Students With Disabilities
Some businesses are created out of opportunity. Others are created out of desire or mission. No Limits Academy in Melbourne was created out of sheer will and an unrelenting belief that things needed to be done a different way.
Laura Joslin is the source of that […]
by Josh Field
Puzzle Box Academy Provides Answers, Options and Choices
The signs may be there but oftentimes go undetected or undiagnosed before a parent, relative or friend notices something “different” with the child. It may start as a lack of smiling or making eye contact and later manifest itself in no verbal communication or interest in […]
Name: Zac Wallingford
Title: Network Advisor
Company: Atlantic Business Systems
“I credit Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy with teaching me important life lessons in persistence, hard work and dedication that carry over to my career today.”
For Zac Wallingford, being able to live and work in Melbourne is a true blessing. A 2005 graduate of Holy Trinity […]
Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy Propels the Class of 2016 Toward a World of Options
As Mason Sands counts down the days until his high school graduation on May 14, he faces a tough choice: Harvard or Yale? The salutatorian for Holy Trinity’s Class of 2016, Mason plans to study international relations and global affairs, with a […]
FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) used to be a term that fired up Floridian students and teachers to hit the books hard. The 2014-2015 school year bids farewell to the FCAT and welcomes a new assessment that challenges students with a higher level of rigor in a markedly different format.
Health care is among the fastest growing job fields in the nation, including Brevard County where excellent careers await those with the right education and training.
By Cindi Courbat
Design Students See Hidden Potential in Melbourne’s Historic Ice Plant
A little imagination can go a long way when it comes to breathing new life into an old building — at least that’s what local historian Lesa Larusso believes.
To prove her point, Lesa, who heads up Eastern Florida State College’s (EFSC) Interior Design program, […]
It is difficult to believe that the school year is more than half over and summer is just around the corner. If you have a 4-year-old, you may already be wondering what services exist next school year to prepare him or her for kindergarten. The time is just right to learn more about Florida’s Voluntary […]
The New Head of School at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy
Christopher Hayes admits he became an educator almost by accident. But this “accident” just happened to lead him to a lifelong passion for a career in education. As the new Head of School for Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy (after Catherine Ford’s retirement) Mr. Hayes brings 25 […]
As the class of 2013 prepares to enter the college world, we would like to take a moment to celebrate some of the local remarkable seniors. This year, the students told us about their favorite memories and what their plans are as they prepare for the next step in their journey. Their many accomplishments include […]
Brevard County Sherriff Wayne Ivey to Assist in First Ever Public Lottery for Viera Charter School on Saturday, March 2, 2013.
Tremendous demand for new charter school results in more student applications than available student space.
Over 1,200 student applications have been submitted to Viera Charter School in anticipation of the new school’s opening at 6206 Breslay […]
Tony Catanese doesn’t believe in small ideas. In fact, a favorite quote, from famed Chicago architect Daniel Burnham, best captures Catanese’s philosophy: “Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work…remember that our sons and grandsons […]
The Health First Foundation has awarded eleven $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors at nine Brevard County high schools who will be pursuing advanced degrees in medical studies at various colleges across the region. The criteria for scholarship selection included grade point average, school and community activities, financial need, and a written essay by applicants about […]
By: Tammy Roberts
Photography By: Christina Stuart
For some people, creativity comes naturally. For others, it is more of a learned process, encouraged through different ways of thinking and various methods of teaching. Both types of people are welcome in the Brevard Community College Interior Design Program.
Started in 2006, this popular program, which is exclusive to the […]
Holy Trinity eighth grader Stuti Mishra has won the Orlando Regional Spelling Bee for the second year in a row, earning her an encore performance at the Scripps National Spelling Bee near the nation’s capitol later this month. During the 53rd annual Central Florida competition, top spellers from Lake, Osceola, Sumter, Marion, Orange, Seminole and […]
By: Christine A. Davis, ED.S. Director of Communications, Brevard Public Schools
This spring more than 5,000 students will don caps and gowns and walk in commencement ceremonies around Brevard County. Most of them will be about 18 years old, born in 1994, the last year known as Generation Y. The 2012 graduating class surpassed the state […]
Brevard Community College and the University of Central Florida
Host Fulbright Scholar
A successful proposal crafted in partnership by BCC and UCF recently brought a very special person to Brevard County, as the two institutions welcomed Fulbright Scholar Dr. Huseyin Dogan.
Professor Dogan is the chair of the psychology department at Meliksah University in Turkey. His areas […]
Keith Schachter, finalist for the Brevard Public Schools’ Teacher of the Year award, teaches world cultures and is currently in his fourth year at Stone Middle School. Schachter’s principal, Andrew Johnson, in his recommendation letter said, “History and social studies are the boilerplate and keys to our future and Keith Schachter is a noteworthy key […]