“Aloha, Hauʻoli kēia hui ʻana o kāua”, which translates to “hello, pleased to meet you,” is what I would tell you if I lived back home in the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii; however, I no longer live in Hawaii and majority of the people I encounter will not know what I am saying. My … Continue reading How I handled moving from Hawaii to the South
Those that speak more than one language are at an advantage than those that don’t. College is a great place to learn a new language. This post provides the top (private and public) colleges for Foreign Language majors.
Many people lose their motivation when they're not in school. Make sure you use your breaks to keep your brain active. This post will give your several ways you can stay productive during Winter Break. #winterbreak #productivity
As a high school student, you’re in school for at least 30 hours a week, participate in extra-curricular activities, and might even work part-time. All the work that you put in as a student will eventually pay off; however, getting some community service hours on top of your other work will benefit you and the … Continue reading How to Start Volunteering and Contributing in Your Community
Despite the fact that I come from a military family, I was fortunate enough to have lived in Hawaii for 12 years. In the summer of 2015, we moved from the middle of the Pacific (Hawaii) to the South East of the United States. In case you don’t know, there are major differences between the … Continue reading Third Time’s a Charm!: My Experience on Moving to Three Different High Schools
Why the Changes? According to David Coleman, the CEO and Board President for College Board, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is making changes so that students won’t have to spend as much money on testing preparation; also, “these exams have become disconnected from the work of high school classrooms...” (CNN) All in all, the College … Continue reading The New SAT V.S. The New ACT: A Closer Look