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Teenage Years
The 4 Types of Drunks (Scientifically Speaking) When it comes to getting pissed, we’ve all got that “one friend who”. You know, that one friend who likes to shout everyone drinks as the bar as soon as they get a little tipsy. Or that one friend who, ...
Love & Friendship
The Truth About Popularity In High School When you’re in high school, it’s easy to get caught up in what everyone thinks of you. After all, you’ve spent years with the same people; watching them make their way through crushes and fights, break ...
Popular
Think like Nike – Just Do It This eloquent and empowering piece that thrashes apart the wicked stigmas instituted by society that we either abide by or fight to break. Parents and teachers alike emphasise how important school is in order to get a h...
Culture
Why Hating on Tradies Needs to Stop It’s a stigma that continues to grow as more and more students flock to university after school finishes. Parents, teachers and careers advisors push trades to the backburner, thinking for some completely unfounded reaso...
Alternative Studies
There’s A High School in Victoria For Alternatives, Animal Lovers and Gamers Templestowe College is a high school in Victoria where education is being pushed in a wildly different direction. It’s a place where gaming is encouraged and there is a classroom dedicated to reptiles, birds and tr...
High School
13 Things I Learnt Once I Graduated When you’re in high school it’s easy to get caught up in the exams and the stress and the constant pressure to do well. It’s only when you’ve graduated can you take a step back and realise wh...
High School
A Letter To Year 12 Me It’s going to sound stupid, but Year 12 isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Yeah, you’re the kings of the playground, you wear a special tie and if you’re lucky you get to add ‘prefect&rs...
High School
I Flunked My Year 12 Exams And I’m Absolutely Fine I was the kind of student that didn’t care about final exams. You know those exams that ‘determine your entire life and what you will do forever’? Yeah, those. The night before my first English exam ...
Growing Up
I Didn’t Cry At My High School Graduation I spent years looking forward to my high school graduation and had always assumed it would be an overwhelming, tear-jerking experience… but it wasn’t. If anything I would at least cry from happiness, righ...