This spring semester is different than anything we’ve experienced before. The spread of COVID-19 will impact every corner of our society and we’re already seeing its effect on education. Schools that are preemptively closing are doing the right thing, but it still...
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Field Notes is a collection of articles curated by students and teachers from around the world detailing their academic experiences. I won’t sugarcoat it: Sophomore year kind of sucked. My grades got worse, friendships became strained, and I was stressed out all the...
As summer begins, many of us will be doing some form of volunteer work, whether that be helping the homeless, or helping out at a nearby non profit. I, myself, am spending 2 weeks volunteering for Amnesty International in Atlanta, Georgia. I am also lucky enough to go...
Field Notes is a collection of articles curated by students and teachers from around the world detailing their academic experiences. One AP class, five advanced classes, one very nervous autistic Sophomore -- also known as how I survived my Sophomore year. Whether or...
Disney World, Busch Gardens, Legoland, Adventure Island: for most teenagers in Florida, the roller coasters are what attract them to the amusement parks. Most of the time, I love roller coasters, but junior year is not a roller coaster any teenager should take...
Now that all is said and done, I have some things to say about my sophomore year of high school.
Stress: a hallmark of the AP® student. Each student tackles stress differently; one is either knocked down by it, slumps and suggests a schedule change, or at worse, a name change, or, with the help of coffee, “figures it out.” AP® students are jugglers, handling the...