The Wildcats will return, but not to East High.
'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series' has been renewed for season 3.
The Disney+ series that launched Olivia Rodrigo is going to the great outdoors.
A football show set in a high school is by necessity going to be a mixture of sports drama and teen drama.
A continuing power outage shuttered C. Milton Wright High School on the first day of the new school year.
Parkland holds on to the top spot in the latest EPC football rankings, but there's a new No. 2.
Disney+ is keeping the curtain raised at East High, renewing High School Musical: The Musical: The Series for Season 3, TVLine has learned. But not without a few key twists! For starters, production is relocating from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles in order to accomodate the summer-themed season, which will “follow the Wildcats as [
Tyler Payne went from third on the depth chart to leading Woodgrove High School to a comeback from a 20-point deficit to remain unbeaten, earning him this week’s Military Bowl DC Touchdown Club High School Football Player of the Week.
In a TikTok clip, two people appeared to be arguing when things escalated as one began throwing punches, leading to people getting in between them to break it up.
Wheaton North’s Brayton Maske (28) at practice in Wheaton. | Kevin Tanaka/For the Sun-Times
San Francisco’s prestigious Lowell High School is the latest educational institution to be sacrificed to the demagoguery of the diversity minions. Lowell will no longer accept students based on merit but will accept applicants by lottery.
Olivia Rodrigo is making an impression on the music industry. The singer solidified her mark with a performance on the daytime stage at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.