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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Pressures and parents

    Lesson Plan Guide: Pressures and parents

    TITLE: Pressures and Parents GRADE LEVELS: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: Advisory, Careers, Life Skills,…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 18, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Managing your online identity

    Lesson Plan Guide: Managing your online identity

    TITLE: Managing your online identity GRADES: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: Health, Advisory, English, Social…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 17, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Diary of a Senior - Big discovery

    Lesson Plan Guide: Diary of a Senior - Big discovery

    TITLE: Diary of a Senior: Big Discovery GRADE LEVELS: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: English, Advisory, Life…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 17, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Emerging Programs of Study

    Lesson Plan Guide: Emerging Programs of Study

    TITLE: Emerging programs of study GRADES: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: Careers, Advisory, Homeroom, FACS,…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 17, 2014
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  • Lesson Plan Guide: Finding Your Passions

    Lesson Plan Guide: Finding Your Passions

    TITLE: Finding your passions GRADE LEVELS: 9-12 CONTENT AREAS: Advisory, Life Skills, Homeroom,…

    By: Matt Andrews
    Posted: July 16, 2014
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  • Wacky Scholarships Spring 2012

    Unique scholarships you might not have heard of already.

    By: Chris Wills
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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  • Stumbling on the Road to Success

    When reflecting on my second year in college, it becomes clear that I haven’t recently made any notable life decisions. I still enjoy studying neurological disorders and how to treat and cure them while, on the side, continue to improve and have high hopes as a long-distance runner.

    By: John Bernstein
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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  • Striking a Balance between Friends and Schoolwork

    College is a balancing act. One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned this semester is that spreading yourself too thin is never rewarding. My advice to college students, and really to all students, in general, is to pick one or two things you really enjoy doing and pursue them with a passion. I chose to write for my school’s independent student-run newspaper.

    By: Jelani Hayes
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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  • Pushing the Limits to Gain Ground

    High school is a unique experience for everyone. No two people look back on those chaotic, difficult-yet-exciting four years and reminisce on the same set of memories. Whether you’re just finishing your freshman year or are preparing for graduation, you’ve probably gone through a lot of change since that first day you nervously set foot into this scary environment. Some people come to the end of their senior year very reluctantly and hate the thought of leaving the place. Others, however, can’t get to graduation fast enough. The latter is an attitude that’s surprisingly common and you may find yourself feeling this way as the year comes to a close. But shutting the doors on such an important chapter of your life can come with a lot of unforeseen consequences.

    By: Hannah Smothers
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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  • Make Good Decisions and Expect the Best

    There are many decisions that we must make in life. Whether they are small or big, they impact our lives. We begin making decisions when we are young, such as choosing the people we hang out with. As time goes on, we find out whether our friendship choices had good or bad results. A friend can turn out to be an enemy or a life-long companion. In life, the decisions we make should be deeply thought about because we never know what impact they will have on our future.

    By: Faith Jones
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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