Teen staffer Aryanna Brown, 17, reassures readers that it is okay that they don’t have their future figured out just yet, as life is only beginning.
You’re probably wondering what college admissions recruiters and officers are thinking. Is it really all about grades to them, or are these recruiters hoping to find the esteemed multifaceted student that they could only dream of?
One thing that “Eighth Grade” accomplishes is capturing the experience of eighth grade (at least my experience). In the movie, eighth grade is total hell for Kayla, and that’s exactly how it was for me.
The fun and games of freshman year are over, and it’s now time to focus on your future. Although the changes may seem serious, if you stay focused and listen to the words I’m spitting you should be fine.
There are teens out there who have unlocked the key to success in and outside of academics. The keyword to their success is productivity.
You’re probably asking how or what do you mean or some form of that question, but that’s exactly what I mean.
Just like the professionals, teen student-athletes have lives and interests outside of school and sports. But with high school sports growing in popularity and summer leagues, competitions, fundraisers and training increasing, there seems to be no end to any sports season.
I want this movement to be like the other ones remembered in history for the change they brought about. I don’t want it to be over. We have so much more work to do.
After the leader of Georgia Care Project heard I’d started a petition on change.org to bring more mental health awareness and counselors in schools, I was invited to this press conference to hear more about how some organizations are trying to make communities safer.
The VOXCast is back with season three baby! In this episode, we debate each other on one of the most important moments of the upperclassmen high school experience: Prom!
You are worthy and capable of every single opportunity the world has to offer you. Never doubt your abilities, because where you go to school doesn’t define you.