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From 2-4 p.m., visit nearly every school building districtwide, talk to students and teachers and learn what Birmingham Public Schools has to offer.
The year-long program, funded in part by a grant from the Birmingham Education Foundation, will focus on the world of medicine and integrate a Scientist in Residence program and college mentoring.
Seaholm football plays its first playoff game Friday while Groves soccer fights for the regional championship. Here's how to cheer them on.
Schools, Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
During the week of Nov. 3-10, bid on prizes at more than 50 downtown shops and restaurants, and you'll be helping Birmingham Public Schools.
Schools, Local Connections
The annual sale takes place at Groves this weekend. Donations will be accepted in the Groves cafeteria Thursday and Friday.
Schools, Real Estate
After two deals to purchase the building at 550 W. Merrill fell through this year, Merrill Street Investments agrees to purchase the building for $2 million.
Birmingham's two high schools face off on the football field this Friday during Groves' homecoming celebrations, and we want to know who has the most school spirit.
The food collected during the high school's annual canned food drive will be donated to Gleaners and Lighthouse of Oakland County.
If you're a Seaholm or Groves graduate, catch up with your high school friends.
A special preparation class will take place at Seaholm Saturday.
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