If there’s anyone out there who’s even remotely interested in film, cinematography and/or the behind-the-scenes work of movies, I would definitely recommend taking this class. Mr. Pratt is our enthusiastic, talented teacher, and also the teacher of AP Art.
Although I’m not a senior, the senior game is always emotional for everyone involved. The seniors for playing their last game on familiar turf, the classes preceding them for losing senior teammates, and the coaches for watching another class of talented individuals move into the next phase in their life.
If you haven’t heard it yet, then by the time you reach high school it will become common knowledge: junior year is the hardest year of high school.
In case anyone was wondering, no, the end of the year is not less stressful. Though, I may be biased seeing as I procrastinated in my packing. Boarding life is all fun and games until you have to pack everything you brought back with you from your trips home on weekends and breaks.
As the school year starts to slow down, it’s about time to start thinking about junior year and what that entails.
Let me just start with I had one of the best experiences ever doing our winter musical Into the Woods.
Hey, all! I’m Kyla, a junior boarding student from Sacramento, California. I am a member of the Stevenson volleyball and track teams, and during the winter I participate in the school musical. I’m very passionate about the French language and culture, and a large goal of mine is to travel to France one day. I love avocados and toast, but I prefer them separate. My first two years at Stevenson were so much fun, and I can't wait to see what my next one has in store.