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For any high school senior, this concluding year is stressful on many interchangeable extremes. As a senior I know this firsthand. My already busy schedule was becoming constantly busier by the hour, filled with college admission forms and endless searches for family financial records to complete the even longer process that is applying for financial aid.
The teen drop out rate has increased dramatically over the last few years and continues to do so. As a junior in high school, closely approaching my senior year, I see more and more familiar faces dropping out.
Sheng Xiong, a recent graduate of Edison High School, spoke to me about her life and how she feels about education. She graduated as a 4.18 student and will be attending the University of California, Berkeley this fall. She plans on becoming a family doctor and she has big dreams for herself.
On July 1, the Los Angeles Unified School District stopped serving flavored milk. It’s the largest school district in the nation to do this, and now, Fresno Unified School District is deciding whether or not to do the same.