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Making a Change

Making a Change

Hailey Christenson, Staff Writer

June 14, 2018


Filed under Academics

Starting their four-year journey at glacier peak these freshmen just out of middle school, learn how the high school environment works and how to manage school and social lives in order to be successful. After their first year at glacier peak freshman share their advice and what they would do differently...

Inside Scoop on Running Start

Inside Scoop on Running Start

Cabe Cartier, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Academics

Current sophomores, and juniors, if you are looking to expand your education past the high school diploma, then Running Start is an option for you.  This program is offered to upperclassmen as a cheap way to get a head start on college. For the past two years, Andrew Do and some of our fellow classmates...

Publications: In My Own Words

Publications: In My Own Words

Ciara Fortier, Staff Writer

June 13, 2018


Filed under Academics

Publications sounds like a lot of fun when you read it for the first time. You might even thinkj, "Oh, I'll just put it as my third or fourth elective choice because I know that I won't make it in the class." After a little while, you get your schedule and expecting that you got into that weight lifting...

Summer School

Summer School

Melany Herrejon, Staff Writer

June 12, 2018


Filed under Academics

For some, the fast approaching Summer means something else then water, sun , and fun. It means more school.  If you failed a class or are trying to make up school credits during summer to get ahead, this is what you need to know. There is tuition cost for every credit received, failed class or not....

Is Glacier Peak Preparing Students For College?

Is Glacier Peak Preparing Students For College?

Lauren Peltier, Staff Writer

June 5, 2018


Filed under Academics

It is obvious that grades are an important part of  getting accepted into a good college. However, does the education we are taught in high school really prepare students for college? College is a scary experience, for some students, it involves moving from your house to an entirely new state. Here, w...

How To Minimize School Stress

How To Minimize School Stress

Kimberly Freitas, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Academics

Well, here it is. The "How to D0" list. School stress is, after all, not a rare disease, and chances are the person you sit next to math class also had a mental breakdown last night. Of course, everyone deals with it differently. Some people you know may find that the anxiousness accompanying procrast...

Why You Should Do College Abroad

Why You Should Do College Abroad

Elisabeth Avenell, Staff Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Academics

From what I've heard, college is what you make of it so why not make it extra great by doing it in another country? Doing a study abroad program is a great way to make some international friends and explore the world and post it all over social media. Don't forget about all of the delicious foreign...

Preparing for the ACT

Preparing for the ACT

Enid Gonzalez, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under Academics

The ACT for juniors will be on April 24 this year. Many juniors are already worried and stressed out about how they will do on the test. For many of you, you probably remember bubbling your information, before spring break. Unlike last year, the ACT is free for juniors this year which is a great deal...

How to Prepare for AP Exams

How to Prepare for AP Exams

Kirsty Fleming, Staff Writer

May 2, 2018


Filed under Academics, Top Stories

AP exams are coming up in May, and as a lot of students know, preparing for them can be very stressfull, especially if it’s your first time. Many students have their own way of preparing, and some have no way at all. This list is meant to give advice to students who are looking for help with how to...