For students who have part time jobs, it can be hard to juggle the stress of getting in their hours as well as keeping up with all of their school work.
by Michelle Brooks | staff writer To celebrate the Black History Month , four junior girls have organized a way for black girls at Johnson to get in formation. “It is an empowerment of young black girls and other girls who are mixed with black and we are...
Embarking on the college journey is an invigorating and nerve-wracking thought that’s quickly approaching reality for second semester seniors. But just because you’re young and dumb and have limited experience with being out on your own, doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do to somewhat prepare yourself.
Applying for colleges and scholarships can be overwhelming but there are plenty of apps that can simplify the process. Some of the best apps are listed below:
As high school is coming to an end and college is approaching, most students are thinking about or working to apply to their dream schools. Some of these students are looking at elite schools such as ivy leagues, Stanford, and MIT. One of these students is junior, Sandra Moon who wishes to attend Stanford. This school stands out to her.