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May 5, 2015 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
“As far as going to college, I will go to a four-year university (University of North Carolina) and then graduate school to get my graduate degree in physical therapy,” she said Friday at the school's Senior Signing Day celebration, an event where each ... More

Youth on display

May 14, 2015 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
“I want to be a famous photographer,” said Newell, a senior preparing to graduate from KIPP Pride High School. Newell ... Senior Brittany Forbes-Epps, headed to North Carolina Central University this fall, said she will have two pieces in the student ... More

KIPP Pride High School wins at State Beta Convention

Apr 23, 2015 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
Bobby Hill, a senior at KIPP Pride High School, won the Acrylic Art Competition at the N.C. State Beta Club Convention in Greensboro. Bobby and other students from across the state had two hours to paint a still life setting placed before them. With ... More

KIPP Pride varsity basketball squads fall short

Dec 10, 2014 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
KIPP Pride High School's girls and boys varsity basketball squads fell to Southern Vance on Tuesday. The Southern Vance girls edged KIPP 50-48, while Southern Vance's boys squad defeated KIPP 49-42. KIPP Pride boys basketball coach Brett Noble said ... More

Faith: Friday, April 10

Apr 10, 2015 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
He is the first alumni of KIPP Pride High School, 2009. He is a 2012 graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill with a four-year college completed in three years to receive a bachelor's degree in finance. He is presently employed with the State of North Carolina ... More

PBS children's show brings bubbles, fun

Jan 25, 2015 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
UNC-TV is the only network in North Carolina to broadcast PBS everywhere in the state, according to Cathy Dobbins, the director of educational services and grants at UNC-TV. Dobbins said there are many educational resources available to children ... More

Students in 'Poetry Out Loud' Competition to Showcase the Written Word

Feb 27, 2015 • Stanly News & Press
RALEIGH, N.C. — Twenty-seven high school students from across the state will take center stage Saturday, March 7, in Greensboro, to compete in the annual statewide Poetry Out Loud competition. The winner will advance to the Poetry Out Loud finals in ... More

Honor Roll

Mar 15, 2015 • Roanoke Rapids Daily Herald
10th grade — Michael Coleman, Alyssa Hopson, Mya Jackson, Jesse Lambert, Mary Marshall and Anthony Price. 11th grade — Melodee Cherry, Semaj Cole, Quintera Gordon, Candice Joyner, Aque'lla Lawrence, Kattiesha Plum, Margaret Reliford and ... More

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