Education

El Dorado Hills Chamber announces three scholarship winners

The El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce announced the three student recipients of its 2015 Scholarship Program. Each student will be awarded $750 to be used toward their post-secon ...

Redesigned SAT will affect class of 2017

One Folsom business will help students prepare for a redesigned college entrance test with a speaker series Thursday, May 21. According to Lynette Mathews the founder of The Colle ...

EDCOE conserves water for community

In response to the current drought and the Governor’s proclamation for a 25 percent reduction in water consumption, the El Dorado County Office of Education (EDCOE) is leadin ...

Ayusa launches search for EDH families to host exchange students

The nonprofit organization Ayusa International is actively seeking El Dorado Hills volunteer host families for exchange students for the 2015-2016 school year. “Besides givi ...

Annual physics and engineering challenge highlights students’ creativity

Hovercrafts, catapults, laser harps, solar electric boats and other student innovations were spotlighted during Folsom High School’s eighth annual physics and engineering cha ...

STEM Day inspires Folsom students

Students at Theodore Judah Elementary School in Folsom recently participated in the school’s first STEM Day. Last Thursday, professionals with jobs in science, technology, e ...