Thursday, April 25, 2013
Aliya Tourville of FHS participated in "An Artistic Discovery," along with students from Al-Amal School and Columbia Heights High School.
Fridley High School student Aliya Tourville placed second in An Artistic Discovery, the annual Congressional Art Competition among students in Minnesota's Fifth Congressional District. Other Fridley-area students participating in the competition included Sidhra Musari of Al-Amal School and Deandra Bardell and Andrea Pamo of Columbia Heights High School. A Shadow's Offering by Southwest High School sophomore Grace Miller placed first and will hang on exhibit at the U.S. Capitol for one year. Marissa Nicol, also from Southwest High School, placed third. See a gallery of photos from the annual Arts Education Forum and awards reception on Tuesday.
Monday, March 25, 2013
Columbia Heights High School YouTube video is another from Fridley area to go viral.
A milestone: The video of the Columbia Heights High School staff dancing to Gangnam Style has passed the 100,000-views mark on YouTube. Related: See also: Fridley Harlem Shake videos:
Saturday, March 2, 2013
Columbia Heights hosted the last regular season game Friday.
Click here for "Hylanders-Tigers Boys Battle on Basketball Court, Fans Feud for Fun on Twitter"
Saturday, February 23, 2013
North Metro TV posted highlights and full video from the Feb. 19, 2013 Panthers-Hylanders mathchup.
It was the Columbia Heights High School vs. Spring Lake Park High School in girls basketball on Feb. 19, 2013. Watch a brief highlight report or the full game video as posted on YouTube by North Metro TV.
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Boys teams will face off in Fridley High School, girls at Columbia Heights High School.
Tuesday is the day for basketball games between boys and girls teams from Fridley High School and Columbia Heights High School. The boys games are at Fridley High School, with varsity at 7:15 p.m. and JV/freshmen at 5:45 p.m. The girls games are at Columbia Heights High School, with varsity at 7:15 p.m. and JV/freshmen at 5:45 p.m. On Thursday the Fridley girls teams will play St. Louis Park—makeup games for matchups that were cancelled due to the death of a St. Louis Park player from the flu. For more on Fridley High School hoops, follow Fridley Backcourt Club on Facebook. If you can't see the Storify above with tweets about the games coming up on Tuesday night, please visit Storify.com.
Monday, January 7, 2013
Getting better grades, making new friends, stopping cursing—those are among the resolutions the iLander student news website reported.
- On iLander
Monday, January 7
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Vigils for Chris Hanson drew hundreds to mourn the Columbia Heights High School student.
- On Patch
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Sunday, December 9, 2012
Students registered their dismay in advance on Twitter about attending class at Fridley High School, Columbia Heights High School, Spring Lake Park High School and Anoka-Hennepin schools.
Click on "Read Next Page" above to see all the tweets. See the Storify above for the views of students in Fridley, Columbia Heights, Spring Lake Park, and Anoka-Hennepin schools and Totino-Grace High School about the sorry prospects for a snow day on Monday after Sunday's blizzard. (If you can't see the Storify, check it out at Storify.com.) Related: Also:
Friday, September 21, 2012
Fridley at Irondale, Columbia Heights and Totino-Grace at home, and Spring Lake Park rescheduled to Saturday at Robbinsdale.
Here are the football games set for four Fridley-area high schools Sept. 21–22, 2012:
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The Columbia Heights High student is one of many teens who take summer jobs at the fair
The Columbia Heights iLander, an online news site run by local students, ran a feature story Monday about a student who has been working at the state fair for Peter's Hot Dogs for the past two years. Alexis Britten, a Columbia Heights Heigh student, said she plans on working more than 100 hours throughout the fair. The iLander has more: Britten also likes the fact that she’s learned to get along with other people professionally. “You have to be positive all the time, and the variety of customers are interesting as well,” she said. “Everyone is different, so you have to be professional; even if it’s just hot dogs.” Since she is unemployed throughout the rest of the year, she plans to continue working there. The only thing that bothers her …