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Seniors Give Advice on Grappling with College Rejections

Seniors Give Advice on Grappling with College Rejections

Julia Bohse, 2016-2017 Writer

March 3, 2017

“We regret to inform you…” A student’s worst nightmare. You see the letter in the mail with the label “Admissions” on the front and your heart starts to race. Excitedly, you pull open the seal and dig out the letter. Fumbling to unfold the paper, the word “regret” jumps out at you....

What Wilde Lake Seniors Learned From the College Application Process

By: Julia Bohse

Julia Bohse, 2016-2017 Writer

January 30, 2017

As college applications for the Class of 2017 are coming to a close and acceptances are rolling in, it’s time for the Class of 2018 to start thinking about applying to college. Even if you don’t know what you want to major in now or what you want to do after college, it’s important to find a college...

Homework: How Much is Too Much?

Homework: How Much is Too Much?

Julia Bohse, 2016-2017 Writer

November 16, 2016

As students, it often feels as if we are bombarded with homework. When one factors in extracurricular activities, jobs, a social life, family time, and sleep, it begins to seem as if there are not nearly enough hours in the day to accommodate our busy schedules. The current HCPSS homework policy recommends...

Soccer Standout Sydney McNamara Enters Final Season at Wilde Lake

Soccer Standout Sydney McNamara Enters Final Season at Wilde Lake

Julia Bohse, 2016-2017 Writer

October 11, 2016

Senior Sydney McNamara, an integral part of the girls varsity soccer team and a standout student, earned a starting position her freshman year and never looked back. Since her first year on the team, the team has looked to McNamara to score under pressure, and she is not one to disappoint. In addition...

Karen Bui Joins Wilde Lake’s ESOL Department

Karen Bui Joins Wilde Lake’s ESOL Department

Julia Bohse, 2016-2017 Writer

September 22, 2016

ESOL teacher Karen Bui, who is new to Wilde Lake this year, says that her inspiration for teaching English came from her own family’s experiences in immigrating to the United States. “My parents, as well as my grandparents, aunts, uncles, and many cousins, came to the US from Vietnam. When they...

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