Alternative education options enrich students’ learning
It’s 12:50. You have two minutes before lunch is over, and you have to be back in the classroom watching lectures, taking notes and trying not to fall behind. It’s tedious, but mastering memorization and study habits are the only option to be a successful student, right? Not necessarily. Students who are interested in alternative […]
School organizations utilize social media to their advantage
A student opens their Instagram feed. Instead of scrolling through pictures of friends on vacation and their favorite college sports teams highlight videos, they see club posts about meetings and high school sports teams about games coming up. Last year, a new club, the Bexley Anti-Racism Project, wanted to find a way to spread the […]
High school exchange programs offer life-changing experiences
Since middle school, the idea of becoming an exchange student had been floating around in the back of my mind, but it always seemed so far off—like something that I, shy and introverted at the time, could never do. But my dream became reality sophomore year when I joined Rotary Youth Exchange, a volunteer-run exchange […]
You must log in to post a comment.