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AP Classes: Are They Worth It?

AP Classes: Are They Worth It?

Maya Chidambaram, Staff Writer
Eagle time: April 26, 2019
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, center, poses for a group photo during the 2016 NBA Draft with draftees Buddy Hield, front left, Kris Dunn, front right, Henry Ellenson, back left, Ben Simmons, back middle, Brandon Ingram, back right.

College Basketball and the One-and-Done Dilemma

Jack Powers, Sports Writer/Copy Editor
Eagle time: April 5, 2019
Students applying to colleges

Tips for Tackling College Applications

Leah Silva, Staff writer
Eagle time: December 2, 2017
Californians who want to go to a university might be priced out of their own state's schools.

What’s Driving High School Seniors out of California?

Carson Thomas, Editor in Chief
Eagle time: May 12, 2017
Statistics on scholarships

Debunking Scholarship Myths

Rayna Basa and Anabelle Sturdivant
Eagle time: May 12, 2017

Essentials for Moving to College

Janae Gonzalez, Staff Writer
Eagle time: May 30, 2014

Katie Vretzos Beats the Odds

Olivia Ogden, Staff Writer
Eagle time: April 7, 2014

Track and Field Strides into a New Season

Alayna Gocke and Anthony Baciocco
Eagle time: December 15, 2013
When limiting social media, parents don't have to worry about their children's negative digital footprints.

“Uncool” Parenting Tips: Limit Your Kids’ Social Networking

Lauren Downing, Editorial Editor/ Journalist
Eagle time: November 4, 2013
The switch-off between taking Advanced Placement classes and receiving less than a 4.0 VS. taking normal classes and having a perfect GPA can be a difficult decision.

The AP Question: Skip It Or Suffer?

Alayna Gocke, Staff writer
Eagle time: October 25, 2013
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