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Tag Archive: High school

Overcoming Your Middle School Geek Label – Get Involved

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By Stephanie Harbin One way to overcome your middle school geek label in high school is to get involved, and getting involved is contrary to the behavior of geeks. Geeks are known for… Continue reading

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How To Help Kids Afraid To Start Driving

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Although many teenagers are excited at the prospective of driving, there are some that are afraid to drive. Reasons to explain why teens are afraid to drive vary. Some teens are so caught… Continue reading

3 HUGE Mistakes High School Seniors Make That Keep Them Jobless

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By Nash Warfield Choosing the right major in college is a key component to success. It helps students to find great jobs, which leads to long-term happiness and career fulfillment. You do want… Continue reading

Keeping Your Teen in School When They Refuse to Go

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By Kerry B Johnson Why is a teenager refusing to go to school? Years ago my first reaction when I heard parents and teachers complain was “you’re the mom, you make her go… Continue reading

The Value of a College Degree: Very Important for Young Ladies

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By Leo DaRosa Why is it more important for a young lady to further her education beyond high school than a young man? Conquering college education It is crucial that a young lady… Continue reading

Why Are There So Many Different Levels of Popularity in Junior High School?

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By Lawrence R Mathews Your question shows a high level of awareness about the importance teenagers place on being popular. You are to be commended for having such a level. Please know that… Continue reading

What To Advise Your Child When All the “Cool Kids” Smoke

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By Dr. Michael H. Popkin When kids are at a school where the so-called “cool” kids are into smoking and other risky behaviors, it can be hard to make or keep friends, especially… Continue reading

Strut Your Stuff: The Art of Displaying Awards

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Your awards have been on the wall since you were a kid. Your straight-A report cards were hung up on the fridge in grade school, all your baseball MVPs on the shelf. Your… Continue reading

How Peer Pressure Can Actually Help Prevent Drug Abuse

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If your best friend jumped off a bridge, would you jump too? Remember that question when your parents or teachers tried to teach you the dangers of succumbing to peer pressure? While the… Continue reading

6 Ways To Prepare For High School Graduation

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There’s no doubt: graduating from high school is one of the biggest moments of a person’s life, and one that should be cherished for a lifetime. However, it’s also a time that requires… Continue reading

How To Pick A Good School For Your Child

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As a parent choosing a school for your children can be an exciting thing. Choosing the school for your child often becomes difficult as there are a number of factors which need to… Continue reading

Stay Safe On Prom Night: Teaching The Dangers Of Drunk Driving To Your Children

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Every year, high school seniors across America get excited as they prepare to graduate from high school and transition to a new phase in their life.  There are certain milestones that mark this… Continue reading

How To Talk To Your Children About Suicide And Depression

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Contrary to popular belief, talking to someone about suicide won’t plant the idea in their head. Open and honest discussions about suicide with your children is crucial to ensuring they understand that there… Continue reading

Prom Shoes For A Spring Colored Dress

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Nobody wants to look tacky at prom, which means nobody should be overdone either. At the other end of the spectrum, on the other hand, is the risk of looking drab. A formal… Continue reading

5 Common Problems That High School Students Face

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Many adults look back on high school as the best time of their life. However, when you’re in the middle of it, you often don’t realize how good you have it. In reality,… Continue reading

Teen Offers Virginity For Money

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Shopkeepers and school children in this remote Brazilian farming town giggle and point when Rebecca Bernardo pedals by on her rusty red bicycle. The unwanted attention started a few months ago when the… Continue reading

All About The SAT

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The time a young adult spends in college is one of the most vital periods of their entire life, so it’s surprising how many high school students don’t give much thought to what… Continue reading

Senia Interviews Joe Barfield – Author of “Live for Today”

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Was writing this book emotional?  Yes, but in a good way.  There were good times but even the bad times were good.  Eventually the bullies became friends.  Sometimes it wasn’t good but it all… Continue reading

5 Homework Strategies to Make Schoolwork Easier

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When it comes time to do your homework, sitting down at the table and chipping away at a tough assignment can seem like the last thing you want to do. However, it is… Continue reading