Helpful Habits for the Upcoming School Year
Aug31

Helpful Habits for the Upcoming School Year

Study Having good study habits is very important in high school and college. If you don’t think you have them these tips may help. Don’t try to cram your studying into one session you’ll get bored or tired and won’t remember what you studied, try regular short periods of studying. Be sure to plan when you’re going to study so that you still have time for other things and get into a good study routine. Don’t procrastinate, everyone...

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The Problem With The Common Core
Apr21

The Problem With The Common Core

DISCLAIMER: This article is for comedy purposes only. The views represented in this article are extremely biased and do not represent my views and any views of people I’m affiliated with. As said before, this is for comedy only, and although true facts are used in this article, they are presented with an anti Common Core bias that eliminates the purpose of a informative article. This will not inform anyone on anything and those...

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Looking for a cooler school?
Dec07

Looking for a cooler school?

We live in an age where new technology is coming out so fast, that the rest of the world seems to be scrambling to try to catch up. Schools too! You can love it or hate it but the goal of school is to prepare us for the “real world,” right?! To do just that, Seven Valleys New Tech Academy was created and will feature: Project-Based Learning is an approach for learning where you learn by being engaged, rather then sitting...

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Ten Study/School Hacks
Nov05

Ten Study/School Hacks

1. Trouble waking up? Amplify your alarm by leaving your phone in an empty glass. 2. Work up your grades at the beginning of the semester! Ensure that A when classes are just beginning. You’ll be glad you did once the semester gets harder. 3. Chew gum you normally don’t use whilst studying, and do this again before or during your exam. 4. Record your lectures, and save time by listening to them on fast forward. 5. Annoyed of people...

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