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Celebrating Prom at CVHS

| May 31, 2017 | 0 Comments
Celebrating Prom at CVHS

One phrase: “Will you go to prom with me?” and that’s a happily ever after. Prom is a thing that most girls want to experience. Even students like Charis Ahn, a freshman at UCLA who isn’t “the type of girl who likes stuff like prom” agree that “girls have a thing where they want to […]

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Senior Advice

| May 31, 2017 | 0 Comments
Senior Advice

As the end of the school year approaches, the seniors leave their high school while the rest stays worrying what will come up next for them. Many students are concerned about their AP’s, GPA’s, and any mistakes they could make during high school life. And because of those apprehensions, students stress over their futures. Therefore, […]

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End of the Year Activities

| May 24, 2017 | 0 Comments
End of the Year Activities

The end of the school year is approaching and AP testing has now come to a close. However, there is still one month until the year ends even for the classes that have already “finished”. For these classes, many teachers opt to have their students do a project of sorts to effectively and studious utilize […]

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CVHS’ Drill and Ceremony Team Go To Nationals

| May 22, 2017 | 0 Comments
CVHS’ Drill and Ceremony Team Go To Nationals

Every year, high school drill teams from all around the United States compete at nationals, which takes place at Daytona Beach, Florida, usually in early May. Drill teams consist of four high school JROTC, or Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, cadets (usually the four most outstanding cadets), who practice and perform a series of movements […]

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Key Club Holds Its 71st Annual DCON

| May 15, 2017 | 0 Comments
Key Club Holds Its 71st Annual DCON

During the first week of April, Key Club held its 71st annual California-Nevada-Hawaii District Convention, also known as CNH DCON. This was a three-day convention in which Key Clubbers from all over California, Nevada, and Hawaii gathered together to bond, celebrate, and learn what it means to be a true Key Clubber and give back […]

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The Effectiveness of Cumulative Testing

| May 9, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Effectiveness of Cumulative Testing

With the end of the term approaching, instead of relaxing and enjoying the warm weather many students stress over the imminent looming cloud of darkness, the end of term exams commonly known as finals. Many students experience heavy anxiety and experience symptoms akin to sleep terrors due to these exams and the pressure they bring […]

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KIS Holds Annual Fine Arts Week

| May 8, 2017 | 0 Comments
KIS Holds Annual Fine Arts Week

Korea International School (KIS) Pangyo campus students tackled the idea of inspiration as it held its annual Fine Arts Week from April 10th to 13th. Focusing on the theme of ‘inspiration’ this year, students were given the opportunity to celebrate the arts. KIS faculty from various subject areas, including English, Maths, Physics, and Design Thinking, […]

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The Cost of Prom

| May 1, 2017 | 0 Comments
The Cost of Prom

Many juniors and seniors attend prom to make a memory during their final years of high school. It is the only one-time event in their high school years. However, since prom can be expensive, many parents are often burdened by the cost of their children attending’ prom. With the cost, is prom worth it? The […]

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New Wellness Center at Academy of the Canyons

| April 5, 2017 | 0 Comments
New Wellness Center at Academy of the Canyons

School can be a stressful environment for students who feel pressured to perform well in their classes while actively volunteering and participating in clubs. The Academy of the Canyons, like many other schools, has recently been working to make a student- and staff-run wellness center that promotes a stress free, relaxing environment for students at […]

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Cresskill High in Wonderland

| April 5, 2017 | 0 Comments
Cresskill High in Wonderland

As children, everyone has dreamed of a Wonderland at least once in their life: a castle full of flowers and trees, a place where sadness does not exist, or another world where aliens live. Growing up, it remains a curiosity. Does “Wonderland” really exist? The answer is yes, there is a place that gives dreams […]

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