Hmong Times Education
The Hmong Times Education section delivers in depth articles that report on anything that is important to the education of our Hmong citizens. You will find information pertaining to all levels of education, from Elementary education, High School, Vocational School or College. You will also find information about current and pending legislation that pertains to the quality of our communities education.
(StatePoint) College is expensive, and while families should focus on saving what they can, students should not forget to apply to the wealth of scholarships available nationwide.
(StatePoint) College bound this fall? Let this round-up be your guide for a smooth start to the fall semester.
Hmong College Prep Academy’s Bass Fishing Team recently finished a successful 2021 season run with a strong finish at The Minnesota Junior Bass Nation South Metro Conference Tournament #2, which took place the last week of July.
A new school year is almost here and parents are faced with financial and organizational challenges. How do you prepare your home for some of the busiest days of your lives?
Hmong College Prep Academy’s Bass Fishing Team had a successful day in their first ever competitive tournament.
Real life starts after high school — or at least, professional life does. But while college may seem like the inevitable next step after your high school diploma, you shouldn’t be blinded to the alternatives.
Your local public school is close by and probably where most of the kids in your neighborhood go. But it isn’t the only option. There are many different types of schools out there, public and private.
(StatePoint) With the encouragement and support of parents, a love of learning can begin early and last a lifetime. To inspire kids to have fun while learning this summer, consider the following tips:
(StatePoint) A new survey from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation shows that most parents and caregivers in the United States are optimistic about their children’s futures, but see clear barriers to helping them grow up to be independent, financially stable, and healthy.
Twin Cities nonprofit Vega Productions continued their support of Hmong College Prep Academy’s band program with a recent instrument donation.