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Teachers and students want no bells permanently

Teachers and students want no bells permanently

May 30, 2013

By Nikki Dabney Staff Writer A lot of changes come with May testing: modified schedules, off-campus lunches and, of course, no bells. Many students and teachers have expressed their preference for no bells and their desire for a permanent change. “With no bells, the atmosphere is more relaxed ...

AP tests come first, homework second

May 2, 2013

By Tina Huang Staff Writer   One of my friends went on a rant the other day about how stressed she was. She has five AP classes, all of which she is taking tests for. On top of that, teachers are still assigning homework. I know exactly how she feels. I am taking six myself. One of the...

Students anxious about approaching AP tests

May 1, 2013

By Stephanie Alexander Staff Writer Many students have now associated the end of the school year as the hardest. With May being filled with standardized and AP tests, the idea of summer being right around the corner is far from our thoughts. Sophomore Chandler Webb is signed up for the AP Psychology...

Drawing near to the end of the year

May 11, 2012

By Tanner McCord Staff Writer You know the end of the year  is approaching when you have two separate projects going on in two separate classes. Teachers are beginning the assignment cramming and students are, well, probably not starting their final exam study cramming because it's not yet the day be...

AP students tackle upcoming test anxieties Image and video hosting by TinyPic

April 16, 2010

Frances Ruiz Staff Writer Video by Bayley Zarrehparvar It begins with a cold sweat trickling down the spine, continues with a jolt of adrenaline running rampant throughout the body and eventually ends with a frenzied panic as the last few moments of freedom abruptly come to a halt with the commencement...