• How to Stay Sane Before Midterms

    by  • January 12, 2015 • 0 Comments

    How to stay sane for midterms.

    How to Stay Sane Before Midterms Make a plan Start studying ahead of time- do not wait until the night before! Know what your weakest/strongest subjects are and create a study plan accordingly If you know that you are really struggling in a certain topic, seek extra help after school with a teacher, at...

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    Zonta Club: Improving the Status of Women in Society

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    The Zonta Club meets for a general meeting.

    The Zonta Club in Malden was established recently in relation to the much greater international Zonta program. Zonta Club International has the mission statement of  “advancing the status of women worldwide through service and advocacy.”   Over the years, the Zonta Club of Malden has provided awards for youth going above and beyond certain...

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    FAFSA Day Massachusetts

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    Image taken from Wikimedia.com.

    On Sunday, January 25th at Malden High School there will be an event held for FAFSA Day Massachusetts 2015. Guidance counselor Erin Craven said, “it starts at one o’clock and usually goes until about four o’clock and all the seniors from the entire area are welcome to attend.” Free Application for Federal Student Aid...

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    Teacher Profile: Abbey Dick

    by  • January 7, 2015 • 1 Comment

    After her first year of teaching at Malden High School, Abbey Dick is confident that MHS is where she belongs. Although she has tried different careers, she came back to teaching because, “it is so much fun and fulfilling, and meets hundreds of new people every year.” This year, Dick is teaching Advanced...

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    Raising the Bar Ad Nauseam

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    Advanced Darkness

      Why the drive for a greater AP program misses the mark for students who love to learn… and those who don’t Today, getting into (a fantastic) college seems to be the most important thing in every student’s life. From the time that we are in middle school until our applications are submitted, guidance...

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