Tag Archives: High School

Five Things I Would Tell My 13-Year-Old Self

By Lila Troum From January 2018 to March 2018, I kept a journal. Everything that occurred in my life during that period was written down; I expressed what worried me, what excited me, everything. Recently, I found that journal again, and I sat down and read it. I’m 16 now, and things have really changed

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Garnet Valley Student Council Opens Spirit Store

by Ekjot Khurana Garnet Valley Student Council is very thrilled to announce the opening of a Garnet Valley Spirit Store, which consists of masks, flees, t-shirts, sweatshirts, pants, caps, raincoat and much more! Get your Jag spirit on with amazing clothing in all different sizes and colours! The store is only open until March 15th

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Being a High School Sophomore During the Pandemic

By Lila Troum Saying that our lives have changed would be an understatement. Over the course of the past year, students around the country have been facing the same challenge that COVID proposes: how to deal with virtual/hybrid learning. As a sophomore, I look around at my fellow classmates, the upperclassmen, the freshmen, and I

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Life as a Junior in School

By: Alec Eskin This school year has been none like any other, especially for the upperclassmen like myself. Even since COVID-19 shut down school in March last year, no aspect of life has been the same. School has been virtual, asynchronous, synchronous, hybrid, you name it the form of schooling has change in a lot

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