Voice of the Students

Sisters Talk About Discover U and Passions

Katherine: What is your favorite thing about Discover U? My favorite part of Discover U is science. I like science because you get to learn new things like: Why dinosaurs became extinct! Tell us about one of your teachers? Mrs. Matie was my second grade teacher.  She is very kind and thoughtful.  I had a lot of fun with her.  What …

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Camelback Desert Schools Awesome Summer Camp

Looking for a great place to take your kids next summer…Camelback Desert School has the place for you. Here is what some of the campers had to say: How many years have you been attending Camelback Desert School summer camp? What is one reason why you return every year? “Six years and I love it!  I like the basketball, swimming, …

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A Comprehensive Approach: HCLC Raises Bullying Awareness

 By Horizon Honors High School Senior Anja Asato  Bullying is a common problem in schools, but Horizon Community Learning Center (HCLC) is combating this on a K-12 scale.  HCLC has developed a sound sense of community based on the school values of learn, believe, dream, and dare. These  programs have been successful in promoting a unique environment where students are …

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Seeing Double at Benchmark Elementary

There is an abundance of twins at Benchmark Elementary. Here are what some of them had to say about being identical and fraternal twins.    Peter (Pictured Left):  What is it like to have an identical twin? It’s great. It’s good because you have somebody to play with that’s your age and can do the same things you can do. …

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Chance Tells us What West-MEC is All About

Tell our readers what a typical day is like for you? You go to school as a basic senior and then you do what? A typical day for me after high school is pretty much whatever I want to do until West-MEC. The fact that the West-MEC Medium Heavy Diesel Technology program is worth six credits has given me the last …

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Spanish Kiddos, Student of The Month

Spanish Kiddos is a full immersion program that uses music, games, art and stories to teach kids new languages. This program is more than colors and numbers in Spanish. It is about learning real language situations and develops oral communications skills. All of the students are surrounded by the target language  and they learn just the same way you learn …

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Animal Lover Genoah Dressendorfer

What do you love most about Bethany Christian School? There are a lot of nice kids and the teachers and staff are nice. There are a lot of fun things you can do and a lot of fun things that the teachers do for math and science. You love animals. Why do you love animals so much? Animals are so fun to …

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Global Minds After School Student, Kongkasem Suchart, Learns Chinese

Global Minds School teachers primarily focus on speaking Chinese, Spanish or French since it is the natural first component of any language. Through demonstration, repetition, group, individual and interactive play, Global Minds makes becoming bilingual an easy, fun, and playful experience! Here is what, Kongkasem had to say about Global Minds School: What languages do you speak? Mostly English and some …

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Camelback Desert School Teaches The Meaning of Friendship

The Kindergarten class at Camelback Desert School has been learning about Friendship and what is means to be a friend. Here is what best friends Elle and Krystal had to say: Elle Pohl: What does friendship mean to you? Being kind. What makes a great friend? Being nice and happy. How are you a great friend in return? Including friends …

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Aaron Lott is Overcoming Dyslexia at On-Track Academy

Aaron Lott is like any typical kid. He loves to be with his friends, play with his dog, eat pizza and listen to all kinds of music, including rap, country, and Bob Marley. His story is probably pretty typical, too. What’s it like at On Track Academy (OTA)? Much better than where I was—I can make friends and I actually …

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