So you’ve obviously been in school for a good while now, and if you’ve been attending a public school, or even most private schools, you have experienced the great task of summer reading. Public schools usually start summer reading very early in first or second grade, so you might be used to it.
As an observant rising senior at KIPP Atlanta Collegiate, there are definitely some things I have learned about high school in general. Through three years without guidance from an older student, I navigated my way through the idea and reality of high school itself.
Five tips from VOX ATL graduated seniors about how to deal with senior year.
Want to Get a Jump on the Next School Year? Here’s the Perfect List If all you have to look forward to this summer is the family vacation to Idaho, don’t despair. Though having a job or internship may be your ideal way to spend your break from school, there are still plenty of ways […]
As my sophomore year comes to a close, I reflect on the past few months with a slightly sour taste. Sophomore year was a particularly difficult year for me, and the fact that I’m not exactly sure why bamboozles me. Historically, my strategy of heavy procrastination, intense cramming, strong determination and strong friendships has allowed […]
VOX presents our editors’ top picks of responses that emerged from the Creekside High School writing workshop, spring 2015: Marco DeSantos, 15 One big problem I have in my community is the way people judge another person by what they have on or what they look like. I don’t think that just because someone may not […]