A letter to those that feel like they have no voice.
A local high school student writes authentically about the thoughts that play in our minds when we attempt to connect with others.
This entry was written by senior, Lizzy Clark, about the way that teens sometimes mask who they truly are for fear of being truly known.
When our nation's teens are taking their lives on a daily basis, it's time for a change. That change starts with you. Freshman, Drezdan Ginder, encourages students to be part of the change in their schools and make a positive difference in someone's life.
Beautiful entry written by one of our speakers, Jennifer Barnes, about the changing seasons of life.
In this blog post East Noble administrator, Rief Gilg, encourages educators to help students to think in a critical manner to not only help them in their schooling but also in life.
Senior Intern, Natalya Haddix, shares in this post about her loves for her sports and how they have shaped her to be the person that she is today.
Words of encouragement from Freshman, Drezdan Ginder, as she seeks to help us understand the importance of living our life with courage today to conquer the struggles me may encounter tomorrow.
Maria Bowersock shares insight about how to not focus on the bad parts in your life and instead find joy in the good things in your life.
Amy gives insight into the social media world of a teenager and their intense need for connection.
This encouraging entry about luck versus seizing the opportunity was written by Assistant Principal at East Noble High School, Rief Gilg.
Maria Bowersock explains how to experience thankfulness in the midst of painful situations with practical tips.
This entry will leave you with a better understanding of the battle that happens for people in a relationship with ED.
So you have a senior in high school? Be prepared for a year of “last of’s,” invest in a truckload of Kleenex, and be ready for some big time arguments as you enter the tug-of-war world of last minute parenting instructions and a teen who is ready to be on their own.
To help you navigate this year, we have compiled a list of a few practical things to teach your senior before they graduate and leave the shelter of your roof.
1 in 3 teenage relationships is abusive mentally, emotionally, verbally, physically, socially, and/or sexually. Let's come together and change this statistic. You are valuable. She is valuable. He is valuable.
9th grader, Drezdan Ginder, shares how being a "follower" of the right kind of person can actually make you a more dynamic leader.
A beautiful blog entry about self-acceptance and healing from a tragic situation.
Drezdan Ginder reflects on her last three years of middle school and offers advice to those getting ready to enter middle school.
This entry was written by senior, Courtney Kresl, as a reflection of the impact that she has made over the past four years in high school and the legacy that she will be leaving behind after graduation this May.
A beautiful entry about self-worth, self-respect, and finding yourself written by 8th grader, Drezdan Ginder.