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  • Evalúate a tu Mismo

    Evalúate a tu Mismo

    ¿Sabes quién eres realmente? Si lo sabes, ¿sabes lo que eso significa para tu futuro? Existen muchas herramientas de auto evaluación que te ayudaran a encontrar tu camino.
    By: Jamie Inferrera
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • Preparing for More Tests

    Preparing for More Tests

    Though you may feel classrooms make you study enough, it’s a good idea to do some learning about the things you’ll need to know when classrooms are in your past.

    By: Taylor Engler
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • La Pluma Está en tus Manos. ¿Qué Escribirás?

    La Pluma Está en tus Manos. ¿Qué Escribirás?

    Hace cuatro años, entré a la escuela secundaria sintiéndome inmaduro e inexperto pero al final salí más sabio, más responsable, y con un nuevo sentido de dirección. Esos años resultaron siendo muy diferentes a lo que había planeado al entrar a la escuela secundaria, pero me siento feliz con la manera en que resultaron las cosas. Para mi, la graduación, fue el resultado de mucho trabajo, y me hizo sentir muy satisfecho. En ocasiones fue extremadamente difícil, y mirando atrás, me hubiera gustado saber lo que sé ahora. Tengo nuevos conocimientos para ofrecer por eso te hablare como alguien que recientemente ha estado en tu lugar.

    By: Anderson Nelson
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • Make This Time Unforgettable, Not Regrettable

    Make This Time Unforgettable, Not Regrettable

    The Real Story Teamers have all navigated high school and are making their ways in the real world. Read on to learn some things they’d do differently if they could.

    By: Ariel Benjamin
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • The Pen is in Your hands. What Will You Write?

    The Pen is in Your hands. What Will You Write?

    Four years ago, I entered high school immature and inexperienced but I left wiser, more responsible, and with a new sense of direction. Those years resulted differently than I had planned entering high school, but I am satisfied with the way things changed for me. Graduation, to me, signified the result of all that hard work, and it was extremely satisfying. It was extremely challenging at times, and looking back, I wish I only knew all that I know now. I do have some newfound insight to offer, so I’ll do so as one who’s recently been in your place.

    By: Anderson Nelson
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • Finding the Right Option

    Finding the Right Option

    Seeing the post-high-school world of choices as a big shopping mall.

    By: Eric Kalenze
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Dear Savvy  Winter 2011

    Dear Savvy Winter 2011

    Melissa is here to answer all your burning college questions!

    By: Melissa Regan
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Anjelica

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Anjelica

    A world full of endless possibilities lies beyond our school walls. The question is: Amid all those opportunities, which ones are right for each of us?

    As college-bound students, it will take us months to discover our own niche. Right now, we are probably counting down the days to graduation; through this anticipation, we are either enjoying the remainder of high school or waiting for something better to come along.

    But, it’s important to remember why we want to go to college or any other post-secondary place. Whatever we consider as a priority will affect the next step we take.

    By: Anjelica Enaje
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Can’t We All Just Get Along?

    Can’t We All Just Get Along?

    Nothing good comes out of conflict in schools, and technology isn’t making it any better.

    By: Jamie Inferrera
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Fair Season

    Fair Season

    Getting the most out of the college fair coming to town this year will take some planning, but thinking ahead can be well worth it.

    By: Megan Lynch
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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