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How to make the most of your summer

High school students helping out at Childrens Heathcare of Atlanta's Volunteen program.

Grace Kim, Opinion Editor

May 14, 2015

Summer break is blissful. It is a time to decompress from all the stress of the school year. Most students’ first instinct is to forget about all school related thoughts and devote all time to hanging out with friends, catching up on tv shows, and sleeping. Yet, summer is also a very valuable in which...

Goodbye, high school; hello, reality

Five seniors who have committed to Tech sported their Georgia Tech outfits on College Day of Spirit Week.

Sania Chandrani and Amy Pan

May 7, 2014

“Summer, summer, summer,” Parkview’s student body murmurs just 13 days from the end of the school year. For many seniors, only 10 days remain, and with AP exam days, perhaps even fewer. As the year comes to a close, many seniors cement their 4-year college plans while others plan to attend vocational...

Parkview athletes prepare for their futures

Marianna Markley swims the 500 freestyle at the state swim meet

Sania Chandrani, News Editor

February 22, 2014

This year, like every other, many Parkview seniors will decide to sign to play a sport for their college. Maybe they will eventually go pro and make some money, but for now, for many of them, sports pay a hefty tuition and allow them to follow something they love. For many, nothing could possibly go...

What to look for in colleges

Jim Wagner signing to Georgia Regents University on a baseball scholarship.

Jordan Power, Staff Writer

December 6, 2013

Many upperclassmen are currently working on their college applications, recommendations, and essays. There are some steps a student must consider before/while applying to a college: 1. Select the college(s). 2. Research possible majors. 3. Meet the schools’ standards. 4. Apply for financial aid. 5....

Where are you going after high school?

Christina Pham, Staff Writer

October 16, 2013

The beginning of the end is here for seniors as they dive deeper into their final year of high school. Drowning in a pool of high school resumes, college essays and scholarship applications, along with the usual mountain of homework from high school classes (and maybe a job at a restaurant), juggling...

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