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Balancing Home and Work

One of the Sequoyah High School’s selling points is the modular (or mod) system, as it allows for more feedback from teachers and longer,...

That Mistreated Doggie in the Window

Do you know that song you might have heard as a little kid, “(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?” by Patti Page?...

The Ever-Lengthening Sequoyah Graduation

Sequoyah’s graduation is an extremely long and tiring event. You sit for three whole hours, most of which seems to be spent...

The Long Lost Garden

What happened to the Sequoyah’s gardening program? From my perspective up here in the Junior High, the garden program has withered away....

Don’t Limit, Restrict

The technology restrictions on students at Sequoyah--the Internet content filter, the strict phone policy, and the recent Xerox machine restriction--have obvious reasons...

The Big Sleep: Sleeping in isn’t just for slackers. Science, and fashion, demand a later school start.

Every morning I have to leave my house at exactly 8:00 AM, so I can get to school on time. This may...

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