Last year, I decided that the hardest thing about taking the PSAT was filling out the student information sheet. You know, where you put in your name, school, etc. This may seem rather strange if you’ve never taken the PSAT,
The best thing about schools is sometimes, they find themselves a sense of humor. It doesn’t happen often, but when they do, it’s almost always laugh-out-loud hilarious.
For example, the
At the beginning of the school year, I wrote a post on what college must be like, based on my high school experiences. Now, as I am in a college class (albeit an online one), I can give a more
After a week of practicing until my fingers just about fell off, I have returned home from orchestra camp. I have to say, I was really surprised. To explain, 35% of the
If you’re reading this, you’re probably a high school student stressing about the SAT, or double AP Ultracalculus ABCD-III, or maybe gym class. We all have our worries about
As we all learned from my last post, summer camp can be the best part of summer (or at least it’s a bit more interesting than doing absolutely nothing). It can
One of the best things about summer vacation is the fact that you don’t have to worry about the numerous responsibilities that you (probably less than willingly) agreed to take on during the year.
There are some circumstances in life that require a less-than-entirely-truthful approach. Think of job applications, or signing the yearbook of that kid who sat next to you in sixth period, the one who kind of smelled and who you didn’t
In the curriculum of many schools, the core subject that gives high school students the most freedom to choose what specifics they want to study is science. You have to take some basic courses, but are free to take, or
English teachers have a natural propensity to assign reading. For the most part, this is simply an unfortunate side effect of the nature of the class they teach, and not