Monthly Archives: May 2012

Moving on to College…

Although the seniors are ready to graduate in about a week, some are sad and glad to be moving on to their next chapter in life. Many students are going to go to amazing 4-year universities, such as UC IRVINE, UCLA, USC and even Columbia University. The idea of going to college makes some students


Although seniors will be graduating next week, it will be a bittersweet moment for everyone. However, college is near and many students are excited to be moving on. Students have been accepted to numerous colleges, such as UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, Columbia University, USC, UC Irvine, UC Merced, Loyola Marymount, UC Davis, UC Berkley, UC

Looking Back

Looking back at my four years, I believe I have made many memories. I have challenged myself through many courses and activities. I made new amazing friendships that I will carry on beyond high school. I also developed a new sense of confidence, which allowed me to not be shy, compared to my freshman year.

The Good Life

My 4 years here at St. Genevieve High School were awesome! Honestly, I wouldn’t have wanted to go to any other high school because this school is truly different. From the fun I had in athletics, the events we have at school, to the success I had in academics, all of the memories here were great. Not only that but my senior class is actually really close and it will be a truly bitter sweet moment to graduate.

How To Choose The Right College For You

Choosing the right college can be a difficult task that takes up a lot of time. Don’t worry, I’m going to help walk you through the steps to finally choosing the colleges you want to go to in the near future. In every choosing experience, there are certain factors that each college hold that will match to your personal preferences, ultimately appealing your choice to list that college down as one of the places you want to go in the future. These factors include things like location, education, cost, demographic, majors, and many other aspects that will be used to take into account while choosing you’re colleges.

Baccalaureate Mass

On May 3rd, 2012 the senior graduation class of 2012 had their Baccalaureate Mass, which honored the seniors lass mass in high school, as well as to bring notable achievement to outstanding students of the class. The beginning started off with singing and honoring the seniors through an unforgettable mass for the graduating class. After

Ms. Unicorn Homeroom Earth Day Recap

Colored markers, pencils, and paint scattered around room 107 as the Ms. Unicorn family homeroom prepared for their Earth Day event. Where as other homerooms might’ve created recycle bins, taken trips to the zoo, or simply clean up the streets of Panorama City, my homeroom decided to design pots to give to patients in nearby Kaiser Permanente.

How to Prepare for Dorm Life?

Transitioning from high school to college is a huge step in one’s life. Living in a new environment can be a huge adjustment. For freshmen this will be the very first time living away from home. Living in dorms leads to new experiences, new friends, new habits, and a brand new lifestyle. Dorm life consists of you finally being on your own. No one will be on your case for staying up late, no one will be on your case for not doing your homework, and most important your family will no longer watching over you.

Caffeine: What keeps you up and running on a regular day

Coffee is what helps to keep you up on a regular day. Coffee tastes good and it keeps you up when you drink enough. There is also other energy drinks that contain caffeine and sugar such as: monster, red bull, and soda. Some students at our high school drink these in the morning or during school in order to stay up. Most of the teachers are the ones who drink coffee in the mornings, especially during in class as well!