Opinion: Prom Should Be Stress-Free Fun

Prom is an important part of the high school experience and is often a big deal to graduating seniors especially. But, is it really worth all that stress? Whether it’s the promposals or picking the right tuxedo or dress that gets you stressed, there is always something that stresses students out for the big night. People are constantly trying to outdo each other in trying … Continue reading Opinion: Prom Should Be Stress-Free Fun

What Senior Year Will Teach You

Practically, senior year will need to be your easiest year, course load wise. If you take all AP classes, you will be absolutely out of effort by the second semester. Senioritis is the realest thing, and completely underestimated. It does not just mean that you will not care about things and start slacking off, it means that you will most likely be so mentally, physically, … Continue reading What Senior Year Will Teach You

The Drive to Donate: National Honor Society’s Spring Blood Drive is Open to All

Photo by Evelyn Peterson. On April 2, the National Honor Society (NHS) hosted the Spring Blood Drive in the A gym in order creating a place with easy accessibility for people to donate blood. “The blood drive is very important because not only does it bring community awareness within the school but it is a wonderful opportunity to give back to people who need assistance.” … Continue reading The Drive to Donate: National Honor Society’s Spring Blood Drive is Open to All

Tips From Seniors

Take the SAT and ACT tests multiple times. And study. Lots. Since you get to send the college your highest score, make sure that you get the opportunity to take the absolute best score and send it to colleges. Get college applications in early. Procrastination is not the best idea when it comes to college applications. Most of the time, the earlier you get your … Continue reading Tips From Seniors