Monday, January 7, 2013
A University of Cincinnati student recently won a restraining order against her parents after they tracked her every move.
Heading off to college is a chance for not only students to grow, but for their parents to adapt to life changes as well. But in some cases, the parents may not have such an easy time letting go. So has been the case with one college student that made national news recently. A 21-year-old music student at the University of Cincinnati's College-Conservatory of Music recently convinced a judge to grant her a restraining order against her parents, according to The Huffington Post. The student, Aubrey Ireland, reportedly told the court that even though she had made the dean's list, her parents would still drive 600 miles from Kansas to Ohio, making unannounced visits to her school, accusing her of drug use, promiscuity and mental illness…
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
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Wednesday, August 17, 2011
The following is a sample list of 2011 Foxborough college graduates. Email Courtney.Jansson@patch.com for more information or to list a graduate. Saint Joseph's College of Maine Stonehill College Salve Regina University Sacred Heart University University of New Hampshire Assumption College Tufts University University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Emory University Bryant University Champlain College Fairfield University Ithaca College Curry College Western New England University Skidmore College The University of Vermont New England Institute of Technology of Rhode Island Providence College
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Tips for helping high school seniors choose the right school.
Acceptance letters have been mailed out to anxious seniors who have been patiently waiting to hear on where they will be spending the next 4 years. For many seniors, choosing the right college is a top priority at the moment. Foxborough High School, career specialist Ellen Pillsbury shared her top tips for choosing the right college. Key considerations include: Pillsbury said that in some cases, choosing the right college simply comes down to one’s gut instinct, meaning the feeling that the student experiences when visiting a particular campus. “If you know in your gut, that it is not right, then it probably is not the right match,” she said. The critical decision key to choosing the right college is to not get overwhelmed by the process. …
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Foxborough High offers students the chance to try out and explore careers.
The Foxborough Public School System was recently labeled, "world class" by town selectmen and school committee members. On their way to becoming "world class," Foxborough schools have gathered a long list of impressive accomplishments including top notch music programs, championship sports teams and a top ranking in the state for college placement. Ellen Pillsbury, career specialist at Foxborough High, confirmed at a recent school committee meeting that Foxborough's "Career Exploration Programs" can be added to that long list of achievements. Driven by Pillsbury, Foxborough's School to Career program has successfully placed 1,550 students in jobs throughout the country since 2001. In January, Foxborough High seniors Elana Dillion, Allie …
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Foxborough High School to offer new programs of study to better prepare students for college.
The Foxborough School Committee voted unanimously in last night's meeting to implement a new 2011-2012 program of studies at the high school. Principal Jeffrey Theodoss, head of guidance Laureen White and Joe O'Neil, college admission counselor at Foxborough High School, presented the proposed new program to the committee. The approved proposal aims at offering courses to students that are structured in a college format. The first program change will be seen in the English Department for grade 12 english curriculum. Seniors will be able to choose from 2 program options. If a student chooses option A, they will be electing to take a full year of AP English Literature and Composition. The students who choose this option will also have the …