By: Giana Levy Homework is to blame for the late nights and early mornings for all high school students. The significant amount of homework is a main factor towards sleep deprivation amongst teenagers. Though it’s crucial to successfully complete your assignments as a student, the long-term effects of lack of sleep are quite troublesome, specifically for your mental health. Consequently, the lack of sleep due … Continue reading We need our sleep! Give us less homework!
By: Caroline Franklin Georgia students, think back to late April. Do you remember the news that we would be required, by the state, to take the Georgia Milestones? The uproar it caused among students, teachers, and parents were astronomical. In addition to students preparing for finals, the academic load of reviewing for the Milestones added to the stress already thick in the air of Georgia … Continue reading Online learning: Friend or foe?
By: Amanda Campbell Uniform policy is a legitimate issue in private schools. It certainly divides students at The King’s Academy in Woodstock, Georgia. The range of who monitors the dress code invites inconsistency and preferential treatment. During an average day at school, the teacher’s assistants are primarily responsible for noticing dress code violations. The offender is asked to remove the garment and receives a demerit. … Continue reading Uniform policy needs consistent enforcement