This year, our winter break is 12 days long. While many of us are going out of town to visit family, some of us are stuck here in town without our pals. What is a bored student to do? Continue reading What to Do During Winter Break
As freshmen consider what they want to be involved in for the rest of high school, should they consider stepping into the role of mentor? Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Why Be a Mentor for Cobbler 2 Cobbler?
If freshman year seems bad, Senior Sally’s experiences can show you this: it often gets better. Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: First Day of Freshman Year
Parents, teachers, and parents are always harping on the importance of students’ grades. Are they right to do it? Why do they matter? Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Do Grades Matter?
Balancing time with friends and significant others is a challenge many students face, and Senior Sally has some ideas about how to do it. Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Friends vs. Significant Other
Many upperclassmen take AP classes–some take a LOT of them. Choosing to fill your schedule with them is a big decision, and Senior Sally has some thoughts for students wondering if such classes are a good idea. Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Should I Take an AP Class?
Every year when counselors hand out scheduling materials, students ask if they can graduate early. Senior Sally tackles that question. Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Should I Graduate Early?
Balancing life and preserving friendships are the concerns Senior Sally addresses today with her four years of high school-life experience. Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Time Management and Friendships
With four years of wisdom and a compassionate heart, Senior Sally answers questions and offers advice for students navigating high school. Continue reading Ask Sr. Sally: Schedules and Freshman Year
Don’t let your summer slip away. Here is what you can do while you’re not in school. Continue reading Your Summer Bucket List
The trailers for Captain America: Civil War have set comic-movie fans buzzing each worrying about what could happen between their favorite fictional heroes. Continue reading Comic Fans Buzzing about Captain America: Civil War
Comic by Sydney Bitz Continue reading Comic: The Obvious Need for School
Ever since I was little, art has allowed imagination run wild. As someone who actively enjoys making and viewing art, I can relate to Vincent van Gogh’s emotions while he was painting because my emotions drive my art as well. Continue reading The Beauty of a Starry Night