Not all students chose to go to college once they graduate. Some students chose to pursue other activities, like Arriago, and wait to go to college, either for financial reasons, to join the military or workforce, or for other, more personal, reasons.
In busy times like these, we have no time for anything other than our usual routine. But our bodies, (especially our stomachs) weren’t made for ruts like that. Which is why we at My Jag News have created a list of hotspots in San Antonio that make a good alternative to the usual Sonic and Starbucks.
Most students who plan on taking an AP exam(s) typically purchase a study guide in order to help them review the material they have already learned, and prepare themselves for what may be on the test. However, choosing the right study guide isn't as easy as it sounds, given the number of guides now available to choose from, with each one having its own unique features.
When high schoolers think of getting jobs, they generally consider entry level positions in restaurants, grocery stores, movie theaters, or other related businesses. However, juniors Chad Chapman and Max Morgen have both found jobs which are uncommon for their age.
On Thursday, February 20, the junior and senior students witnessed an on-campus mock accident, referred to as Shattered Dreams, that demonstrated the very severe consequences of choosing to drink and drive. And with the help of student and parent volunteers, several months of preparation, and military make-up company Army Moulage, this event was designed to seem as realistic as possible.
Many students joke about it. The school gives awards for it. However, senioritis is more serious that students realize, and the cases are more severe second semester. Seniors change their schedule, study less and does less homework.
Even though most teenagers don't watch Disney Channel anymore, Disney movies are still extremely popular. Classic Disney movies like the Lion King and Cinderella are still loved by teens, along with the new Disney movies like Frozen and Tangled.
While some students may see taking electives as nothing more than a requirement, others are able to discover what they are passionate about through these classes, and decide that they are going to continue with these electives, for example theater arts, art, etc, in college.