Article from CNN BusinessBy Samantha Murphy Kelly (CNN Business)When students at Queen’s Grant High School in Matthews, North Carolina, return to class in late August, they’ll notice a purple glow emanating from the vents as they walk down thehallway. The charter school has installed UV lights into its HVAC systems as part of an effort to […]
Article from WCNC NewsBy WCNC Staff MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. — The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) announced Monday that it will lift the current dead period on athletics effective June 15. However, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, as well as Queens Grant High School, have decided not to resume athletic activities until July 6.
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti MINT HILL, NC – Queen’s Grant High School offers an opportunity for students to obtain their high school diploma and take college-level courses to earn credit toward a degree. The dual enrollment program is free for students, however, the student’s family is responsible for paying all student fees. Photo: Emily […]
Article from WCNC NewsBy author Lana Harris MATTHEWS, N.C. — Although the new school year is months away, plans are in the works right now to make sure the coronavirus doesn’t interrupt the classroom again. When students return to Queen’s Grant High School in Matthews, it’ll feel a lot different. “We’re really excited to get back, […]
Source: WSOC-TVBy: Elsa Gillis In a dark, empty classroom at Queen’s Grant High School, a faint blue hue can be seen through the vent. “We’ve installed germicidal UV lighting in each of our HVAC systems,” Christine Amaral, the school’s CFO told Channel 9. It’s one of many things the high school in Matthews is doing to […]
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti MINT HILL, NC – In preparation for a potential second COVID-19 outbreak when school reopens in the Fall, Queen’s Grant High School has installed a germicidal ultraviolet light system in every classroom, hallway, and office on their campus to protect students and staff.
Article from The News & ObserverBy journalist Steve Wiseman For the first time since the NCAA relaxed the graduate transfer rule in 2011 and it subsequently became a popular route for college player movement, Duke is adding a player in that manner. Patrick Tape, a 6-10 forward from Charlotte who played three seasons at Columbia, told […]
Article from WCNC NewsBy author Savannah Levins CHARLOTTE, N.C. — If you’re stuck at home and going a little stir crazy, fear not. There are ways you can stay connected with your friends — virtually. For example, a new google chrome extension called “Netflix party” allows friends to watch shows together, in sync – with a […]
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti The Lady Stallions proved to be no match for the more experienced and athletic team from Langtree Charter Academy on Friday night on the Stallions home court. In the first half, the Lady Lions took a 39-19 lead into the intermission. Primarily on the hot shooting hand of Emerie Tilmon […]
Article from Mint Hill TimesBy reporter Ed Berti The senior power and shooting forward for the Queen’s Grant Stallions reached a career milestone when he scored his 1000th career point in the first period of Friday nights win over the Lions from Langtree Charter Academy. Murphy was selected last season to the PAC-7 All-Conference team and is clearly […]