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Create Your Personal Vision Statement

How to Create Your Vision Statement

Last week, we went through a process of figuring out and prioritizing your values. May not be perfect but it is well within the ball park and a reasonable starting point. 484 more words
College Prep

Top 5 Things a Junior Can Do Right Now to Strengthen their College Applications

JANUARY 20, 2015 – You just received your first semester grades. You see your college counselor in the hall and your chest tightens. You think to yourself, “Is there something I am supposed to be doing for college right now?” Below is a checklist to help you stay on track for your college applications next fall: 405 more words

College Visits

Dressing for Success

This past Saturday Cici, a family friend of ours and I headed into the big city. Our mission? Helping set Cici up with a college “Trousseau”. 422 more words


Fixing Student Debt: Changing the Prevailing Attitude

Please read Part I of Fixing Student Debt, an introduction to the issue and principles involved in this analysis.

If we view student debt as a potentially infectious disease, then the first step to avoiding contracting it is to limit exposure to the disease. 2,215 more words

Student Debt

Technology High School

Technology High School offers a challenging, comprehensive, college-preparatory high school program highlighting an innovative science, engineering, and mathematics curriculum. This is guided by the California Common Core Standards and our Integrated Science & Engineering Model. 87 more words

Public School

Step 1a~ Big Questions

~A closer look at the 10 questions from Big Future~

1.  Talents

Talents are great, but just because you’re good at something doesn’t mean you enjoy doing it. 786 more words


Boys Athlete of the Week: Breon Johnson

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Name: Breon Johnson

School: Northeast College Prep.

Sport: Basketball.

Position: Guard/forward.

Class/age: Senior/17.

Family: Mother, Tara Johnson; brother, Braden Johnson, 19. 230 more words