In high school, I took about ten online classes. Some were electives while others were college core subject classes. As a virtual student, there are multiple approaches and tips you should utilize to achieve a high grade! Print the syllabus When I began taking college credit online, I found printing the entire syllabus and/or copying… Read More Tips on Taking an Online Class
College is a big step compared to high school. There are so many new things going on! If you decide to live on campus, take these factors into consideration before you choose your residence hall! Location Location is everything in marketing amusement parks and hotels but, it also goes a long way! If your college campus… Read More Choosing your Dorm
Meet Lindsen, a shy girl who is comfortable being in the shadow of her best friend Nikki. Soon, all of that changes when Linds becomes the prom publicist. Now, she’s with the Lovelies, or the popular group of girls, who are all running for prom queen! When a new survey app called Worthy puts couples… Read More Worthy by Donna Cooner
As my junior year ends, I now have to think of senior year. The pivotal point of the high school years and the one that is desired with anxiousness and anxiety by students.
Making a goal or a list of tasks to accomplish from the summer before senior year to the end of the school year is a great visual to accomplish tasks. This helps as a mental breakdown of what to accomplish by when. Feel free to use this list as a guide!
Below is my list:… Read More Senior Year Checklist
The first time I went on a college tour, I asked a few questions, but later on, I realized I didn’t ask all the essentials. Of course, you can contact your admissions counselor afterward but, why not ask while you’re there? Don’t let your parent or guardian ask the questions for you! You’re the one… Read More What to Ask during a College Tour?
A blind high schooler goes to a mainstream school. Will doesn’t want a helper or ‘seeing companion’. Later, a surgery that gives him the ability to see Cecilia, the girl he’s been talking to, reveals a feeling of betrayal because of the lies she said about her appearance.… Read More Love and First Sight by Josh Sundquist
Madelyne Summers, one of those blonde cheerleaders that everyone fawns over, is one of the biggest comic geeks (sorry, nerd). No one knows this because she allows her passion to delve into comics during the summer. When the comic book cashier, Logan, finds out her secret and introduces her to other ‘nerdy’ things, will she continue denying eho she really is?… Read More The Summer I became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller
With exams in May, I wasn’t able to read as much as I would like to. This summer, I have a growing list of novels to read. On the rigjt side of the screen, (if on a mobile device or tablet, turn your screen horizontal) you’ll see my Goodreads account with books on my TBR list and their progress! These will update and be replaced with other books!
Below is my list thus far… Read More To Be Read (as of June 1)
As a junior, you should definitely take the SAT or ACT. Below, are the main differences as well as tips I suggest after taking both tests. This infographic is a helpful tool as well! SAT There are five test sections: reading, writing and language, two types of math sections, and a surprise section. The highest… Read More SAT vs ACT
AP and DE are both college courses that high school students can take towards credit for their undergraduate years. At my school, these GPA boosters are equal in weight with a rigorous courseload but, what’s the difference?… Read More AP vs DE