Student body preps for exams and special activities

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Student Council and the Deans prepped students on the academic and social activities for next few busy weeks.

“All the classes have contributed to a great first semester, but the next few weeks are going to be busy, so pay attention to your class officers and all the club heads,” said Student Body President Kelsey Vickery.

Vickery and other student body officers reminded students to attend Winter Ball next Friday, announced a ski trip next Saturday on behalf of the Outdoors Club and dispelled myths about uniform changes — stating students will take surveys on the uniform after finals.

The microphone was then handed over to Dean of Studies Doug Grant who gave students advice on moving into the next academic semester.
“Make sure you get plenty of rest for your finals,” said Grant. “And after exams, you’ll be signing up for classes earlier this year since some AP and language classes will be offered with students from Stuart Hall High School.”

Grant and Dean of Students Celine Curran emphasized staying healthy and mentally prepared for the upcoming weeks, as many spring sports begin training on top of a new academic semester. But students, in casual conversation, seem most concerned with finals and Winter Ball.

“I will be praying,” Curran. “You’ll have success with exams, and we give you that entire next day off to plan your outfit. Just remember ladies — wise freedom.”

Junior Maya Sycip uses her free period to begin studying for final exams that begin on Monday. Students will have a four-day weekend after exams ending Thursday afternoon.

Junior Maya Sycip uses her free period to begin studying for final exams that begin on Monday. Students will have a four-day weekend after exams ending Thursday afternoon.

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