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Upper Prep music festival review

This year’s music festival took place at the end of last term and was greeted with the usual enthusiasm by the pupils. A large number of them were eager to share their musical abilities with others. 109 more words

Hethersett Old Hall School

The Blissfulness of Doing Schoolwork at 4 A.M.

I love to learn, but I have hated school since 6th grade. I dreaded doing schoolwork and going to school 5 days a week. I didn’t want to learn anymore. 270 more words


Wiser words on teaching after surviving my second teaching placement (at a private school)

With three weeks and counting left before I have to submit my final assignment for University, I feel that I’ve come a long way since starting out last September, both in relation to learning about the ins and outs of teaching and of course actually standing in front of a class and teaching. 615 more words


Isabel's Costa Rican Adventure

In an opportunity of a lifetime, HT fifth grader attended the Senior High trip to Costa Rica this year and documented her experience both on paper and on film.  437 more words


Is there anything wrong with being posh?

Being posh usually comes with the labels ‘stuck up’, ‘rich’, or occasional ‘snob’ in the upper British class. It is something ‘lesser’ people do not usually like to associate with as it isn’t a good ‘trait’. 470 more words

Gullible citizens and prudent citizens

Proverbs 14:15  “The simple believes every word, but the prudent considers well his steps.”

As the first session of our 29th state legislative session comes to an end, I wanted to share some of my thoughts.   807 more words


Sandoval Signs Bill Creating Private-School Scholarships

CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) – Gov. Brian Sandoval has signed a bill that authorizes scholarships so low- and middle-income families can afford private school.

The Republican governor signed AB165 on Monday at the Fourth Ward School in Virginia City. 93 more words