What the rapidly changing world of teenage hook-up culture means for young women.
The story of 15-year-old Audrie Pott, who took her own life after nude photos of her were circulated at school.
One year later, a dispatch from Steubenville.
“They cruise the city in chauffeured cars, blasting rap, selling pot to classmates. How some of New York’s richest kids joined forces with some of its poorest.”
A profile of Max Wade, a Marin County teenager on trial for stealing Guy Fieri’s Lamborghini and using it in the first drive-by in the history of Mill Valley, California.
A profile of 11th-grader Tabitha Rouzzo.
On the road with three high school show choirs and a dream.
Lance Butterfield was the captain of the football team, had a 4.0 GPA and a girl he loved. It wasn’t enough for his dad. And then his dad became too much for him.
Part of our guide to Skip Hollandsworth's true crime writing at Slate.
The story of a high school star who died minutes after hitting a game-winner to end an undefeated season, and the family and friends he left behind.
On Mike Powell, a Chicago-area high school wrestling coach who hasn’t allowed a life-threatening illness to interrupt his life’s work.
On Clifton “Pop” Herring, the then-26-year-old high school basketball coach who famously left Jordan off the varsity squad as a sophomore.
An attempt to recruit black students at Virginia’s most famous “segregation academy.”
The story of twin boys who became brother and sister.
A portrait of three high school kids in Arizona forced to live on their own after SB 1070.
On the death of a high school basketball star in New York City.
On the brutal killing of a high school girl in British Columbia.
A tony bedroom community in Los Angeles, a kidnapping gone horribly wrong, and the birth of a teenage fugitive.
When an exclusive private school discovered a teacher was sleeping with his 17-year old student, administrators did their best to make the problem vanish.
At age 22, the author went undercover at his old high school. An excerpt of the book that became the film.
On a group of teenage believers raised in settlements on the West Bank:
They say it takes one generation to found a new language. These girls are a new language, believing that they belong to the land on which they were born, and sponsored by the government they despise, which pays for their roads and electricity.
Just after midnight, Rye police arrived to bust a house full of partying teenagers. The kids refused to unlock the door, and parents and cops flooded the street. A minute-by-minute account of the standoff.
Odessa High School students know her as “Betty,” a ghost that haunts the auditorium at night. But few know much about the real Betty, whose 1961 murder was “the most sensational crime in West Texas in its day.”
The rise, fall and stubborn survival of a teenage Internet celebrity who discovered that the real world can be a very scary place.
The inner workings of a high school basketball team stacked with international talent.
“I had inherited a Rolodex full of useful phone numbers (the College Board, a helpful counselor in the UCLA admissions office), but the number I kept handing out was that of a family therapist.”
A 15-year-old dies shortly after collapsing from heatstroke during a high school football practice. Was it has coach’s fault? The state thought so, and put him on trial.
Mr. Lindall was the only high school teacher who understood him. Then Mr. Lindall went to jail, and it was his turn to try to understand.
Kevin Hart wanted a scholarship to play Division I college football. It didn’t come. So he made one up–and called a press conference.
Her suicide made headlines around the world after classmates were indicted on felony charges related to bullying. The real story isn’t that simple.
Dozens of young adults in rural Wales are hanging themselves, feeding an epidemic of copycat suicides that experts are have been unable to contain.
A teenage love triangle turns tragic in Pinellas Park, Florida.