Senior class meets for exam procedure changes

By: James Kim On Mar. 14, Mrs. Politte sent out an email with the copy of the exam and attendance procedure for the IB exams in May. Thereafter, three senior students, Suin Park, Jinni Kim, and Joel Navam, on behalf of the entire senior class, had a meeting with Ms. Brown and Mrs. Adams to appeal a change in the new attendance policy of the … Continue reading Senior class meets for exam procedure changes

SAT cheating scandal in Korea

News Writer, Angela Park Rumors erupted during the early morning hours of May 1 that the May 4 SATs (Standard Assessment Test) were canceled due to the illegal obtainment of materials for commercial benefits from SAT preparatory hagwons. By the afternoon of May 1, this rumor quickly became truth when Collegeboard sent out emails to all May 4 SAT registrars confirming the cancelation with the … Continue reading SAT cheating scandal in Korea

Students weigh the worth of the SAT

By: Eric Han, Editor-in-Chief Year after year, students take the SAT in an attempt to showcase their abilities to colleges and universities of their preference; however, what toll do students pay? Many students agreed that pressure is one of the major downsides brought forth by the SAT, whether that be from a parent or self-induced. “I feel a lot of pressure in that I want … Continue reading Students weigh the worth of the SAT

Freshmen seek to know more about Midterms

John Park, Writer As the midterm week approaches, Upper Secondary students show signs of anxiousness, stress, and fatigue. From Dec. 7 to Dec.14, students will take several 90 to 120 minute tests in the gym and the auditorium and demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the past semester When Sophomore Toni Choi was asked what she thought about the midterms, she  remarked about how she … Continue reading Freshmen seek to know more about Midterms