Sophomore assembly informs about tests and I-Search

Brian Jeon

April 16, 2010
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ASB held an assembly for tenth graders on March 31 to promote higher Standardized Testing and Reporting (STAR) testing scores, to talk about the upcoming Advanced Placement (AP) tests and to encourage students to give a genuine... Read more »

Information about CHSPE not readily available to students

Nicole Pham

March 30, 2010
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Those dissatisfied with the school system can leave early by taking the California High School Proficiency Examination (CHSPE), but few Washington students know about it. Most students drop out, complete independent study or... Read more »

Local scholarships up for grabs

Simrundeep Kaur

January 27, 2010
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By the time applications have been filled out and sent to colleges, students and parents start searching for scholarships and financial aid packages. Often times the first applications to cross their minds are for the LAM Scholarship,... Read more »

ASB continues tradition with feasts

Htoo Htoo Lu

December 14, 2009
Filed under News, Photos, Showcase

Laughter. Hugs. Enthusiasm. Team work. There was a sense of unity as ASB leaders bonded with special education students by decorating cookies together. Rather than baking cookies during the allotted time, the sweets were prepared... Read more »

Wittmer gives advice in college presentation

Paige Castren

November 28, 2009
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With requirements tightening and admission rates dropping, it is important for students to pay attention to dates and deadlines regarding college. College and career specialist Michelene Wittmer gave a college and financial aid... Read more »

Advice for seniors

Chase Glenister

November 10, 2009
Filed under Features

It’s November, and the feelings of stress and fatigue are once again on the rise for seniors, due to college applications and SATs or ACTs. Here are just a few facts and pieces of advice that may help you ease the stress of... Read more »