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Thank You, Ms. Soliven

Iris Lim, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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Nicole Soliven: a famous biology and biology honors teacher who has a big reputation among many freshmen. With Ms. Soliven’s reputation, one may know her as the teacher who gives out numerous Edpuzzle videos, crazy hard tests, ...

Thank You, Ms. Young

Caitlin Wang, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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Anything to do with science, I completely shy away from. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always despised the academic subject as a whole. By the time I got to high school and found out certain science classes were required i...

Thank You, Ms. Tedford

Becky Chen, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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Ever since I was a child, I was always scared to try new things in fear of embarrassing myself or being the worst. As a result, I avoided stepping out of my comfort zone and steered cleared of any situations that forced me to tr...

Thank You, Ms. DeSurra

Roselind Zeng, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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Every high schooler’s dream is to have a “refuge” class— 57 minutes of meltdown time, a few precious moments to collect their thoughts before they have to leap back into the crushing  vice that is the AHS schedule. Of co...

Thank You, Ms. Mu

Ashley Zhao, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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Imagine yourself trekking through another grueling day of high school, just about to sit down at your computer in your graphic design class for the thousandth time. But just as the bell rings and you are seated in your chair, y...

Thank You, Mr. Jones

Robinson Lee, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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“The Rise of Nazi Germany.” The first words that could been seen as one enters room H103 as the poster of student projects are overshadowed by those words alone. Those words are the first impression one may have as they enter Mr. ...

Thank You, Ms. Wang

Kobe Yu, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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It is an understatement claiming that teachers are hard working because not only are they vital parts in influencing a student's academic achievements, but they also shape their outlooks and futures. Along with managing their perso...

Thank You, Ms. Novak

Parisa Haq, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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Walking into fifth-period for Speech and Debate, I’m greeted with the wonderful Ms. Novak. The atmosphere is filled with her gracious, upbeat spirit. As the week goes on, she gives us time to all be to participate in fun te...

Thank You, Ms. Mynster

Brandon Chen, Features Editor

December 5, 2018

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Junior year: infamous for long hours, an intense workload, and hours of late-night studying. However, despite the academic rigor, Ms. Mynster’s AP Chemistry class is one that genuinely does not feel like a burden. After all, i...

Thank You, Ms. Hong

Margaret Lin

December 5, 2018

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Though the abrasive 8:00 a.m. bell usually marks the beginning of another toiling school day for most Apaches, a symphony of brass notes and streaming sunlight herald sleepy students into first period Pre-Calculus Honors each ...

Thank You, Mr. Schultz

Rebecca Tao

December 5, 2018

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Mr. Christopher Schultz is a teacher of Freshman English and AP Lit as well as the head coach for the track and field team. In addition to his teaching experiences, Mr. Schultz also practices photography and enjoys taking snaps of his ...

Thank You, Ms. Moore

Sandi Khine, News Editor

December 5, 2018

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History is notoriously one of the most hated subjects—it is often dubbed "exceedingly boring." People generally just are not interested in learning about seemingly irrelevant things that are far in the past. But in Mrs. Moore's...

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