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another open house!
This journal is starting to become me-centric. XP
@ randomjunk - Yeah, ranting! And when I type in a URL wrong, it always takes me to some search engine and if I've never been to the site before I get all confused and stuff! Oh yes, and it's high school; there's a bunch of private high schools in the area and I'm looking into going to one of them because I don't particularly like the public high school in my area.
@ Dilated - You don't know how many times we've told her to move on, but she's just so stubborn that it's turning arrogant.
@ Silver-dot- - How poetic... everyone here has such a way with words! XP
I went to an MSDA open house yesterday, which was Sunday. Here's that obligatory comparison thingie that none of you probably care about but it'll help me when I ultimately have to choose.
- Technically the school itself is three levels, two above ground and a basement with science labs and such, but I'm not sure about navigation around the school itself.
+ Can't really say much about the technology, though the science labs looked considerably better than QP's. The computer labs looked all right, kinda average.
+ I don't know how to explain it, but the teachers seemed way more dedicated, fun, and most importantly, interesting than QP's.
+ I think somebody mentioned the entire student body was around 330? Not bad.
+ Award-winning newspaper and literary journals? <10
+ I couldn't really tell a lot about the student body.
+ (see above about staff)
/ I couldn't tell exactly how much time it took to get there, as we stopped by to look at where Lacordaire was on the way, so I can't really estimate how long it would take to get there. Though I would have to use some other type of transportation, seeing that everyone else will still be going to STA next year.
+ Softball and volleyball teams check. Though I can't be involved in any kind of play or musical, which both sounded really awesome, but it's for the sake of physical fitness! I'm not as interested in those anyway.
/ Scholarship yes! But it'll probably be really hard, since they said that they only give out one full scholarship and two half ones =/ And if I don't get one, then I probably can't go there.
Another plus, it's Seton Hall Prep's sister school, so they have dances with them. Dances with Seton Hall = see most of the guys from STA (including Andrew!) I don't know if I should be so ecstatic about that though, since it's only once a year. >.< Still, you never know. So yes...
Only downside is, of course, that it's an all-girls school. But I thought it would be horrible and it didn't turn out to be so horrible. The points they bring up about being able to do without guys in the class, I actually noticed them during class right now! Wow...
I'm sorry for not reading other people's journals lately. I don't have a lot of time... Yeah I shouldn't be making excuses, it's rude. But I still have a lot of social studies. Ms. S thinks the only subject we do is social studies, how many reports are do before the end of October? Damn...
What did I tell you
My whole h.s. process consisted of an exam and putting down my choices. Doesn't mean it's easy! I studied for about...3 years? because I got into a special program for it. For all city kids, free, and I got in. ;)
I wish you Gooood luuck!
» Silver-dot- on 2006-10-24 09:07:14
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