The change you experience throughout high school is inevitable, but I still wanted to know more. I decided to ask ten grade 12 students about their lives in grade 9, and more specifically, to answer the following question: “If you could speak to your grade 9 self, what would you say?”
The point I am stressing is: why not allow hats? What do we really have to lose?
With both feet in the new year we highlight some of the bests from 2015.
With greenhouse emissions continuing to rise and ice sheets continuing to disappear, it is no wonder the world is facing such extreme levels of climate change.
One of my teammates is slowly becoming a math professor, since he has been teaching himself university level math lessons every time he misses a day.
Here are some photos of the senior girls’ volleyball team’s season so far.
Check out photos from the first game of the Jacob Ranton Memorial Tournament.
“Whether it was being the guy anyone could turn to if they needed help or advice, or whether it was charitable work through student council, Jacob was there.”
With differing opinions on the Light Rail Transit system, we have decided to show both sides of the controversy on the matter from our perspectives.
Being a student in high school, you may find yourself short on cash. If you do not have a part-time job you have no method of income, but if you do have a job, you may find yourself spending money too quickly. Whatever the situation may be, making money, and more importantly, saving money, may be a hard thing to do.
Check out photos from the Senior Girls Basketball season.
As the last leaves fall from their trees, and the winter frost start to creep in, it is evident that the fall sports season has ended, and the winter season is beginning. Before we move on to the winter sports season let’s take a look back on 2015 fall teams.
After five days of voting, the 2015 Cake Boss Challenge poll is now closed and the results are in. The Sponge Bob cake, created by a group of grade 10 girls, came out on top with 50% of the total votes. Surf’s Up was a distant second with nearly 13% and D’oh took third place with just over 10% of the votes.
You may be thrilled to leave your boring hometown behind, or you may fear change and the idea of moving on. Whatever your emotion may be, you must know how to be prepared for the transition.
This year, the grade 10 classes invite FJORD’s readers to participate in the challenge: to help select the winner, vote on the cake with the best design.