Tag Archives: stress
Posted on 24. Oct, 2013 by Anna-Maria Thalassinos.
By Athena Patitsas
Six AP/IB classes and no studyhall is not the way I intended to spend my senior year. But after considering my graduation requirements, my interests, and my college applications, I couldn’t bring myself to lighten my load. Although not every senior may be as crazy as I am, and some are crazier, [...]
Posted on 01. Oct, 2013 by Kimmy Sullivan.
As the school year progresses, students work to balance academics and extracurriculars
By Kimmy Sullivan, ‘15
As autumn approaches, students begin to participate in a plethora of time-consuming sports and activities. From soccer practice to choir rehearsal to debate team, 24 hours is hardly enough time to get everything done. When extracurriculars are combined with already overwhelming [...]
Posted on 03. Dec, 2010 by admin.
With college deadlines fast approaching, students find themselves spending most of their free time on applications
By Elise Murray ‘12
Throughout their last year in high school, there is one thing looming over most seniors’ heads: college applications. Like previous seniors, students are distressed about the upcoming due dates and the importance of their applications.
Although most college [...]
Posted on 22. Dec, 2009 by admin.
By Kate Magill
Waking up to the sound of her alarm clock, freshman Casey Ivanovich yawns thinking about everything she has to do today. There’s school, dance, volleyball, and Model UN, not to mention homework. Although some might say doing so many activities is crazy, Ivanovich has always been busy.
“I’m able to deal with my schedule [...]