by Tiger Mom 6 years ago
What do College Admissions look for in a high school student?What is more important? Rigor of your coursework? GPA? Extracurriculars? Personal Essay? Teacher Recommendation?
by Gina W 7 years ago
Can a high school student read your article, "Why Good Girls Love Bad Boys" in a Speech contest?There is no admission charged at the contest.
by Dr Billy Kidd 6 years ago
Was Romney's bullying of a fellow high school student an assault or was it just a teenage prank?The Washington Post reported eyewitness accounts of Governor Mitt Romney bullying a fellow student in high school. Romney responded to the article by saying that it was just a boys-will-be-boys prank....
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
According to young turks news, an 18 year old high school student was suspended for 3 days because he chose to ask Miss America to the prom. Apparently, school officials knew about his plan way before she came to his school for a public appearance, and then he used the Q & A session...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
that is totally false. It is the A students who are the MOST SUCCESSFUL in life. They have more opportunities to further their education and to succeed than either B or C students. A students are more likely to attend graduate, law, and/or medical school than either B or C...
by Steven Escareno 2 years ago
According to young turks, a high school boy in Utah is having IMPURE thoughts about the girls at his school lately; particularly cheerleaders in their scantly tight uniforms. He's complaining about it being a distraction because of how much it turns him on, so his mother (no im not kidding...
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