STUDENT VOICE

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Advice for the school year

I hope everyone at Carnegie Vanguard High School, as well as at all other schools, has had a wonderful first day back at school! Now, for a few tidbits of advice about school. First, you should learn to live — don’t live to learn....

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Online Learning and its Effects on Students

Calculation, formulation and mitigation of various factors — characteristics of a computer. Creativity, spontaneity, and individuality — possible characteristics of a sentient being. How is learning in the modern age impacting our...

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10 Tricks to Appear Smart in the Classroom

For most of us, one of our top priorities is to look intelligent — or at least, awake — in class. This can be difficult when we start daydreaming about Netflix, our crushes, or lunch. When we need to multitask, it’s good to keep a few...

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Freshmen Survey: First-Year Outlook on Carnegie

With freshmen of the Class of 2017 concluding their first year at Carnegie, we’ve decided to take a look into their perspectives on their views of their school year. As the first year of their high school careers, including their first AP...

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Student Voice: TPSP Can Be Stress Free

Coming into Carnegie, underclassmen are pushed to dread the TPSP, which stands for Texas Performance Standard Project. A common saying drilled into our heads time after time is that, “junior year will be your hardest.” Sayings like these foster...

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