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Senior: Learn to Find Value in Your Own Interests; Stop Searching for Existential Approval

May 8, 2018

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As the seniors finish up their high school career this Thursday, they have written letters of advice and reflection of their time here.  Dear Underclassmen, You are not unique. Your problems, achievements, desires and feelings, no matter how little you have heard of them before, have been feared, acquired, sated and suppressed in every possible […]

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Senior: High School Chewed Me Up and Spit Me Out–I am better Because of It

May 7, 2018

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As the seniors finish up their high school career this Thursday, they have written letters of advice and reflection of their time here.  Dear Underclassmen, High school–a time most sought after those middle school years of endless teasing and countless hours of awful jokes that made zero sense. A time in which you start to […]

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Last Words from our Seniors: Nothing like High School Musical

May 10, 2017

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As we say goodbye to the Class of 2017, The Catalyst reached out to some of the graduates, asking them to share their stories and give advice to new and returning scholars. Sofia Lamberto reminds scholars to not blow off the first two years of high school. Read Elijah Ortiz y Pino’s here. Looking back […]

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Last Words from our Seniors: Not a Normal Kid at a Normal School

May 9, 2017

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As we say goodbye to the Class of 2017, The Catalyst reached out to some of the graduates, asking them to share their stories and give advice to new and returning scholars. First up, is senior Elijah Ortiz y Pino. Read Sofia Lamberto’s here. Summers are amazing, aren’t they? I never thought I’d appreciate a […]

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