College Board to Introduce AP Personality

July 22, 2019 NEW YORK — Following reports that Harvard used subjective criteria such as “Personality” and “Charisma” in their application process, the College Board decided to offer AP classes and exams in these same subject areas, citing that these were “essential life skills”, and that they aligned with the College Board's mission of preparing … Continue reading College Board to Introduce AP Personality

Local High Schooler Distraught After Rejection from the Electoral College

June 8, 2019 CHICAGO, IL — Local high schooler Patrick Adams was recently rejected from the Electoral College, his dream school. The tersely worded rejection letter claims that Electoral “would not be able to take [Adams]”. The note continues, “While you were a qualified candidate for our school, we are only able to take 538 … Continue reading Local High Schooler Distraught After Rejection from the Electoral College

School District to Combat Grade Inflation with Student Cremation

KENMORE —The Northshore School District announced yesterday its proposal to combat its rapidly growing grade inflation epidemic. The district plans to roll out a new program in which students are selected, based on their GPA, attendance, followers on Instagram, and classroom participation, to be used as fuel for their school’s furnaces. Grade inflation has been … Continue reading School District to Combat Grade Inflation with Student Cremation