If you are a high school student worrying about how exactly you should spend your free time, this post may help you out. As you may already know, your extracurriculars play an important role in college applications; the question is, which extracurricular activities are the best? The truth is, . . .
High school can be difficult to maneuver for underclassmen (9th and 10th graders), and even sometimes for upperclassmen (11th and 12th graders), too! High school is a time and place for exploration and learning, and you’ll learn a lot of things– not just academic! In this post, I’ll reveal the 9 . . .
Attending college in the United States is often unreasonably expensive. And as students, one of the last things we want to worry about is how to pay off student debts. Luckily, there are many scholarships out there that high school students can apply for and win to help pay for their . . .
Congratulations! You’ve graduated middle school, and are now about to enter high school! Isn’t that exciting? Entering high school can be a little nerve wracking, though. You’re about to be exposed to a different campus, different teachers, and a new environment as a whole. But don’t worry, high . . .
The freshman year of high school is the transition between middle school and high school, and to many students, this year is exciting yet scary. I, of course, was also a high school freshman once, and I went through some struggles I’m sure many others have gone through as well. The first year of . . .
If you are an American high school student approaching your senior year, college applications are no doubt on your mind. Your junior year of high school is one of the busiest of all, and now that you’re done with the semester, it’s time to make use of your summer with a few impressive summer . . .