Posts Tagged ‘ College ’

APs bear even more changes

Josiah Patterson Contributing writer (December 17 2015) Of the many changes this year at Nantucket High School, one was an increase in the variety of offered Advanced Placement courses. Along with the typical AP Language and Composition, AP Literature, AP…

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Hispanic students face barriers in attending college

Virginia Bullington Assistant Editor (December 17, 2015) Jackie Echeverria, a Spanish teacher at Nantucket High School and the advisor of the Diversity Club, was born in El Salvador. She was the first one in her family to attend college. “I…

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The search for a college roommate: it’s going to be okay

Lydia Gullicksen Editor-in-Chief     (April 28, 2014)  Preparing for college is not an easy time in one’s life. Applications seem endless, deadlines are always sooner than they appear, large and small envelopes arrive but your work still isn’t finished.…

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Alumna plays SHU rugby

Lydia Gullicksen Editor-in-Chief   (March 27, 2014)  At Sacred Heart University, Nantucket High School graduate Charlotte Tallman is a member of the women’s rugby team. Tallman graduated from NHS in 2012 and began playing rugby the spring semester of her…

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Why Not? Dumbest Reasons to Dislike a College

Sophie Davies CEO of Toys-R-Us   (March 27, 2014) As a junior, I am just beginning my quest to find the perfect school. Most of the time, each college seems more magnificent than the next, making it inconveniently difficult to…

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Barnstable college fair draws NHS students for productive day

By Caillean Daily Veritas News Editor   (Nov. 16, 2012)  Each year the Nantucket High School guidance department brings select NHS students to a college fair held in Barnstable. This year it took place on October 17, with seventeen students…

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