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High School Football Game of the Week

High School Football Game of the Week

Help Decide Which High School Matchup Will Be the Game of The Week

Friday, Nov 22, 2013

Not Your Average Computer Science Class at Conard

Not Your Average Computer Science Class at Conard

At Conard High School in West Hartford, computer science students learn lessons with innovative high-tech projects.

Friday, Nov 22, 2013

Hall High Keeps History Alive

Hall High Keeps History Alive

Students at Hall High School in West Hartford bring history to life by getting into character.

Friday, Nov 15, 2013

High School Football Game of the Week: Week 11

High School Football Game of the Week: Week 11

The high school football season is back, and once again, you have a chance to pick which game should be NBC Connecticut's High School Football Game of the Week.

Friday, Nov 8, 2013

High School Football Game of the Week: Week 10

High School Football Game of the Week: Week 10

The high school football season is back, and once again, you have a chance to pick which game should be NBC Connecticut's High School Football Game of the Week.

Friday, Nov 8, 2013

Friends Helping Friends at Farmington High

Friends Helping Friends at Farmington High

A program at Farmington High School pairs students with their special needs classmates.

Friday, Nov 8, 2013

Bristol Eastern Students Taking Charge of Their Futures

Bristol Eastern Students Taking Charge of Their Futures

A program at Bristol Eastern High School is helping students build a collaborative spirit and challenge themselves to be better.

Friday, Nov 1, 2013

High School Football Game of the Week: Week 9

High School Football Game of the Week: Week 9

The high school football season is back, and once again, you have a chance to pick which game should be NBC Connecticut's High School Football Game of the Week.

Friday, Nov 1, 2013

Daniel Hand Students Take on Video Games

Daniel Hand Students Take on Video Games

Students at Daniel Hand High School are working to become the next generation of video game creators.

Thursday, Oct 31, 2013

String Band Grows at Xavier High School

String Band Grows at Xavier High School

Since its inception in 2011 the Xavier High School, the string ensemble continues to grow.

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