A Junior Year “Good Student”

Junior Year is hard. I filled up my schedule with rigorous classes and engaging extracurriculars that leave little time to relax. While this is the most rewarding school year I’ve experienced, it’s the toughest too. Junior year is notoriously the year that gets you into college, and these colleges are allegedly on the hunt forContinue reading “A Junior Year “Good Student””

Read with Dyl: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Out of all the books I read at camp this summer, The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid was definitely my favorite. I came to camp with a bin full of books and a pre-determined order of how I would read them. This book was not in that bin or that order, but becauseContinue reading “Read with Dyl: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo”

Setting Ourselves Up for Success in Second Semester

I’m so excited to be getting advice from the founder of Rainbow EDU Consulting, Cindy Chanin. Rainbow EDU Consulting & Tutoring, founded in 2005, approaches education holistically by finding students passions to cultivate a thirst for learning. Unlike the standardized, one-size-fits-all school system, Rainbow’s approach to socialization, learning style, personal interests, and formal education processesContinue reading “Setting Ourselves Up for Success in Second Semester”