Last Thursday, Governor Brian Kemp suggested that schools and other organizations consider closing during the COVID-19 outbreak in order to minimize the risk of spreading the virus. Since then, all public schools in the Metro Atlanta area have decided to
Creating a resume is a great way to showcase your skills, accomplishments, and passions to future employers and colleges. Although you may have limited opportunities to use your resume in high school, now is the perfect time to create one.
As students enter high school, they’re faced with many options for their future studies. Confronted advanced and honors courses, dual enrollment, AP, and more, it can be hard for families and students to decide which direction to go. AP tests
It is easy to find reasons to get an education. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that people who obtain only a high school diploma earn, on average, about $679 per week if employed full time. An associate’s degree
When it comes to the English section of the ACT or the Writing and Language section of the SAT, having a firm grasp on some of the essential punctuation rules can really put students at an advantage. A great portion
I have to learn Latin?
Not quite. Many students might make a face when told they should learn Latin and Greek word roots. A student learning and speaking English might wonder what the point in learning any sort of Latin
College is right around the corner! Before you know it, high school will be over and you will need to plan the next chapter in your life. This is an important decision for you as your college choice may impact
Do you ever look at a chart and feel like the numbers jumble together? Have you ever taken a glance at a graph and had no idea what’s going on? Even if you’re confident in your ability to read the
Have you tried solving an equation and ended up stuck on a step halfway through? Having trouble making sense of equations or why they matter? In each installment of Step by Step, we’ll explain how you can approach a variety
A new school year is starting. There’s much to learn and many new decisions to make. You’re figuring out new class schedules, meeting new teachers, planning for upcoming events, and more. Of course, a big part of your plans likely