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New fall classes for young artists, preschoolers and babies at Valley Art Center

Valley Art Center in Chagrin Falls has expanded its fall youth art programs and has developed new classes to extend art experiences for children earlier than most traditional art programs.

School program fosters unique business ideas from local students

Greg Malkin of the Young Entrepreneur Institute believes every child should experience entrepreneurship so they can be better prepared to succeed in whatever they choose to do.

2018 Preschool Guide

A listing of participating preschools in Lake, Geauga and eastern Cuyahoga counties.

Finding the right preschool program for your child

What makes one preschool better than another? What makes one attract loads of families while another struggles to fill classes? How do you find a great preschool? Here are some tips.

EGGSperiment returns to Great Lakes Science Center

Find out if it's really possible to stand on a carton of eggs without cracking any, and whether or not you can create a contraption that will safely deliver an egg from a 62-foot drop.

Concord student’s invention wins national prize

Sarah Hofius, a seventh-grader from Notre Dame Elementary School in Chardon, had an idea that was inspired by dementia patients she used to care for alongside her grandmother.

Local teens battle in Tri-C High School Rock Off

Lonely Pirate Committee features students from Lake Catholic High School, Shaker Heights High School and University School. The band made it to the final 12 in the 2017 High School Rock Off.

Gross Schechter Day School presents No Place for Hate workshop

Sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League

Leadership Geauga County educates on local history, builds community leaders

Youth program seeks students who have a commitment to the Geauga County community and who are also interested in assuming greater responsibility for the future leadership of the county.

LCBDD program helps adults with autism to reach their potential

This past year, the program's first 13 adults have become more involved in their communities, learned new skills and overcame obstacles with the support of family, friends and LCBDD staff.