How to follow your dreams and make a living doing what you love. Advice from someone who did exactly that!
Schedule release can be nerve-wracking for many students who aren’t sure if their courses fit in together. For me, my schedule was not what I wanted.
It’s important to share the story of the people you have lost. It will help you become more comfortable about their passing.
Summer can get the best of us so here are 10 ways to beat Summer Laziness!
School and work don’t always mix well, especially if you’re new to the idea. With a little bit of help, you can make it rain while maintaining good grades.
Life could be so much less complicated than it is. Learn how to make it simple by knowing the cause of complexity in your life.
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If you’ve looked at your AP score report recently, you might have seen an AP Scholar Award above your scores. But what does this mean? If you didn’t get one this year, how do you get one?
How I learned to become a leader and get my voice heard as an introvert.
How my positive attitude got me through sophomore year.
Discussing the pros and cons of freshman taking AP classes.
So, you just envisioned going on a vacation this summer… Dare yourself to encounter studying abroad and serving others through “meaningful travel!”
How I learned persevere through and give back during the worst year of my life.
Exercise is a fundamental part of a healthy lifestyle. You don’t need a gym, all you need is a reason to move and an activity you’re passionate about.
Looking for clubs to join or start in your school? Here are a few ideas!
How to maintain a balanced diet to support a healthy lifestyle.
Consider what works best for you, and see what you can do with those scores. Remember: how you did this year will not define how you do next year. There is always areas to improve on. So for now, celebrate a year of hard work and stress finally done and over with, and begin to think about what can make next year even greater.
We students often talk about “good” curves and “bad” curves for various tests. But what exactly are curves, and how are they calculated?
Imposter syndrome can be a beast, but through positive reinforcement and celebrating wins, anyone can beat it.
A reminder that burnouts are okay and a guide on how to address them throughout your life.
How being a freshman is a new experience that calls on many changes.
SAT and ACT preparation is challenging over the summer, but proper planning will help you succeed on these standardized tests.
How my sophomore year helped me make positive changes related to time management, health, and happiness.
With the help of certain books, staying focused toward the end of June, and narrowing my studying down within the first week of July, I was able to increase my score by 100 points! This was not an overnight process, however; instead, it required patience, diligence, and very hard work.
How to avoid procrastination in your academic lifestyle.