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Sophomores adapt to in-person learning

Sophomores adapt to in-person learning

Shira Lobron November 13, 2021

Starting high school is difficult for any freshman. They are thrown into a huge building with unfamiliar faces and higher expectations—an overwhelming experience for any 14 or 15-year-old. Putting ...

Argument Clinic: Should Advanced Placement classes be the norm for sophomores?

The Newtonite December 21, 2012
by Alex Feit and Kristian Lundeberg This blog is dedicated to point-counterpoint discussion on various topics related to current events. These discussions include everything from interpreting school policies to developments on the national political stage. This week, the duo is debating whether or not this school should expand Advanced Placement classes to sophomores. Kristian argues in the affirmative, while Alex argues in the negative.

Column: New sophomore speech contest refreshes curriculum

The Newtonite December 20, 2012
by Connor Vasu In switching the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., sophomore essay contest to a speech contest, this school is updating an integral part of its curriculum.

Cartoon: Until next year

The Newtonite June 13, 2012
by Julia Moss Everyone is looking forward to summer, although current sophomores have a particularly tough year ahead.

Students comment on State's standardized test

The Newtonite March 21, 2012
by Julia Moss In elementary school and middle school, it was unanimous: we all disliked the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (secretly referred to by rebellious third graders as the Massachusetts Child Abuse System) more than just about anything.
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