10 ways to defeat Senioritis

By Karissa Jones and Jianna Beasley, Clarion Staff Many high school students have been struggling to find motivation, have become careless, and have lost the will to learn. The culprit of this annual problem is a lethal infection known as senioritis. It is a term used to describe students who are so unmotivated and that they do not put the effort forth to do any … Continue reading 10 ways to defeat Senioritis

The Clarion’s AP Test Tips

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor After spending an entire year or semester enrolled in an Advanced Placement class, students are given the opportunity to take an examination to prove that they have mastered the subject material. AP Exams are scored on a scale from one to five, with a three being a passing score and one being the lowest score. If the student scores a … Continue reading The Clarion’s AP Test Tips

Word of the Week: Somniphobia

By Cynthia Dominguez, Opinions Editor Many high schoolers treasure every second of sleep that they can get. Whether in the comfort of their own home or in any classroom quiet enough, sleep is an essential part of any student’s life, so many may find difficulty in believing that somniphobia exists. Somniphobia, the fear of falling asleep, usually impacts children or adults who had recurrent nightmares … Continue reading Word of the Week: Somniphobia