By Sara Karbowski
AP exams season is right around the corner! Prepping for them along with homework and other extracurricular activities might be stressful and time-consuming. So here are some resources to help you efficiently and effectively prepare for them.
By Stanley Xu
When entering high school, students are faced with a new selection of courses known as AP, created by the College Board. These courses provide high school students with college-level coursework and exams. Students who perform well on the exams in May may be given placement and course credit by American colleges. Here are some tips to be prepared for when exam day comes:
By Daisy Wong
97% of teens aged 13-17 years old use a social media platform like YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat. This fast-growing number has called to attention the effects of social media on teens’ mental health. In what way has social media been affecting mental health?
By Hannah Magino
As high schoolers, we experience many things for the first time and one of those things may be a relationship. When you are in a relationship, not only do you need to make sure you are dedicating time to yourself and your education, but also that you are spending time with that person who makes you happy. At the end of the day, finding the right balance can be hard.
By Selina Chan
Toward the end of the school year, all teens are responsible for choosing their future course schedule, but you might be conflicted on which electives you should take. There are numerous classes, such as music, languages, or sports, that you can select, but it is hard to decide which ones are best suited for you. Here are helpful tips to determine what electives you should take.
By Hannah Magino
By around the end of January, many teens have already forgotten about their New Year’s Resolution. If you have dropped your resolution already, here are some tips you can use to make your next resolutions, even if it’s not the new year!