Author Archives: maxmm20

VAPA & TMM Speaker Series

In the race for success, students may need inspiration to give them confidence. One opportunity where they can find inspiration is through those that volunteer in the school hosted program: Speaker Series. In the 2015-2016 school year, the small schools have hosted many speakers under this program, with the most recent Tech & Media magnet and Visual and Performing Arts

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Reversing the AP Preference

South East offers a variety of AP classes, each benefitting students in different ways. Despite the encouragement, there are some AP classes students are against taking. AP classes can help students in getting ahead, earning them college credit for their lives after high school. Not only that, AP classes can help one stand out in a crowd. Seems like the

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Robotics

Robotics is an after school program, in which students build and program robots to complete certain tasks and take them to competitions. Our robotics program has gone to two VEX Robotics competitions and have further competitions to look forward to. The robotics program meets on Wednesday and Thursday in room D208 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.

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HOSA

Health Occupations Students of America, or HOSA, is a club that focuses on helping students that want to pursue the health and medical industry. The club spends time at sports fitness seminars and volunteering on other local events. The club meets on Thursdays during lunch in room D104.

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Doing what a cat does

Adventures can take you to many places where unexpected, long lasting, and impactful experiences can occur. Each is different from the other, yet all can leave lasting impressions, and certain animals may be the catalyst to who you are. For Neida Alonso, a college leave gave birth to an experience that would really make Alonso reflect on her view of

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Senator Ricardo Lara’s Field Reps present Young Senators Program

In the race for success, many do what they can to stand out. However, they may be unaware of an opportunity that presented itself on Tuesday, December 2 for sophomores and juniors: the Young Senators Program. In the 2014-2015 school year, three Jaguars from hundreds of applicants were accepted into the program. Two of these students were Jasmine Salazar, a

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