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  • This year: hard work for school, good causes

    This year: hard work for school, good causes

        Things I’m hoping to get out of the year ahead and goals I’m setting for myself: To…

    By: Drew Bierwirth
    Posted: July 22, 2014
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  • Employing a more responsible, positive and persistent approach to life

    Employing a more responsible, positive and persistent approach to life

    Time flew by way too fast during my first two years of high school, and this year I am a junior. I…

    By: Princess De La Cruz
    Posted: July 22, 2014
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  • Goals, activities make for challenging year ahead

    Goals, activities make for challenging year ahead

        I am starting to realize how important this school year will be for me. I am a…

    By: Alexsys Hornsby
    Posted: July 22, 2014
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  • Finding the grand balance of life duties

    Finding the grand balance of life duties

    This year I am a junior at Birdville High School. Last year I ran to be president of Key club and…

    By: Aaron Blume
    Posted: July 22, 2014
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  • Balance Fun with Future Focus

    Every year I always make a checklist for myself, focusing on what I want to accomplish academically, socially, and athletically that year. I believe it has helped me to focus on what is important and what things take priority in my life. Sadly, I have realized in recent weeks that my academics took precedence over a lot of other options in high school. Therefore, my advice to high school students regardless of their grade is to find a balance between fun and seriousness in their lives in order to get the most enjoyment and the best education out of their high school years.

    By: Jordan Sweigart
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Breaking Out - in a Good Way

    Some days, it seems as if it’d be easier to go back to the days when our parents controlled what we did, where we went, what we ate, and a million other things that shaped our world. Now that you’re in high school though, most of the decision-making falls on your shoulders, especially about what you do at school. Need help to get motivated and figure out how to make this year your best yet? Check out three secrets to success.

    By: Sydney Nolan
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Exit your Comfort Zone

    Homecoming dances, football games, student government and passing science class; it all seems a bit much to fit into one year. And when you hear your parents and teachers saying you’ve got to do more you probably feel close to exploding, but it’s not as scary as it seems. The year ahead is bound to be full of fun, memories and an array of achievements.

    By: Alyssa McComb
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Tu Mision: Posible

    Otro año escolar comienza! Se compran cuadernos, un nuevo corte de pelo y se escoge ropa nueva. La escuela secundaria, el puente entre la niñez y la adultez ha comenzado.

    By: Jordan Harper
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Your Mission: Possible

    Another school year is already starting! Notebooks are being bought, hair is being cut, and outfits are being picked. Nobody is ready to start waking up early again, but everybody must face the facts. High school, the bridge between kid and adult, has started.

    High school is a great time to get involved. I’m sure that you’ve had a lot of people tell you that already, but it’s true. There are so many different, interesting things that are out there for you to try.

    By: Jordan Harper
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Discover your corps values

    Discover your corps values

    Travel, adventure and a chance to serve distinguish this post-high school option

    By: Lauren Olson
    Posted: February 24, 2014
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