As Kanye West put it, “Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies’ is one of the greatest videos of all time.” Right? So a group of bright young students from Milwaukee decided to put their spin on it.
"People Must Work Together" is the theme of the 27th annual Martin Luther King Jr. essay contest. HOPE high school students Sarah Smith and Payton Smith took second and third place in the Grades 9-10 category.
A video featuring students from HOPE School in Milwaukee has become a huge hit on YouTube, and the song has a really positive message.
Students at a Milwaukee choice school want other children to love learning as much as they do.
Well there is yet another spoof being made out of Beyonce’s popular hit “Single Ladies.” This time some school girls in Milwaukee are giving it an educational twist, and they're getting some national attention for it.
You've likely heard Beyonce's megahit "Single Ladies," but what about "Scholar Ladies?" It's become a big hit on YouTube, and Fredricka Whitfield talks with two of the scholar ladies and their teacher
Black Nouveau previews the "Scholar Ladies," video from HOPE Christian School which promotes scholarship.
But you've got to respect the intensity of effort and the level of dedication of people involved in schools such as the three HOPE Lutheran schools and St. Marcus Lutheran on the north side, the huge St. Anthony operation, or Messmer, the longtime standard-bearer for voucher schools.
HOPE takes home 10 trophies