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    Timberland's

    Survival

    Guide for

    Academics

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    Mrs.Sellers has inspired me to stay true to myself

    when making decisions in and out of school, and she is the type of person I strive to

    be when I am older.

    Dr. Barr [has inspired me because he] showed us wha t

    its like to be in college because he doesn't just give us the

    answers he makes us go find them so we actually learn.

    Coach Schulte inspires me, because she takes time to

    make sure her students understand and actually learn and benefit from the activities

    we do.

    Mrs. Eberhardt inspires me, because she has taught me a lot about being able to play

    sports and get good grades at the same time.

    Inspirat

    ion

    junior Easton Enyart

    Helpful hints

    Study Tips

    and

    Pay attention and try

    your hardest. Don't sla

    ck off. Keep up

    with your work and do

    the best you can and

    be the best you

    can be. -freshman Ca

    rley Gubera

    Don't care what othe

    rs think. Just be yours

    elf.

    -freshman Sam Jehle

    Get involved. High sc

    hool is so much more f

    un if you are

    involved in clubs or sp

    orts or just anything t

    o get involved.

    -sophomore Jack Slead

    Walk on the right sid

    e of the hallway, and

    walk fast to your

    classrooms. -junior D

    ustin Fuca

    Get involved in high

    school, because it crea

    tes a better high

    school experience. Yo

    u meet new people, an

    d you help to make

    Timberland a better p

    lace. -junior Clare Ber

    ry

    Do your homework,

    because it makes eve

    rything a lot easier

    on the test -senior Ta

    ylor Riemann

    Don't get behind on

    your homework, beca

    use it becomes very

    hard to catch back up

    . -junior Sam Wallerst

    ein

    Students share

    their

    advice for survi

    ving

    high school.

    freshman Payto

    n Campion

    Students and teachers share their academic wisdom and give tips for surviving high school classes.

    Students desc

    ribe the bond

    between the

    mselves

    and the teach

    ers that have

    left a lasting im

    pact

    on their lives.

    Standout

    With five AP and

    weighted classes, senior Reilly Allison is no stranger to a difficult course load. I'm in AP French, AP Physics, AP English, AP Calculus and Human Body Systems this year. I have been taking weighted and AP

    classes since sophomore year. Allison said. Through her four years in high school, Allison has established a system that allows her to handle the difficult course load. Make sure to read everything that

    you are supposed to and give yourself plenty of time to do it. Also, don't try to do

    the work for one class in another, because it will only put you more behind, Allison

    said. k. lammert

    Senior Reilly Allison

    shared her AP

    experience .

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    Survival

    Keys

    English teacher Jeremy Boesch shared his expertise towards high school classes and gives his tips for success.

    Basically my hardest class is my

    Honors Biology class. I get the most

    work done in this class, and I have to

    study harder for tests. My advice is to

    not procrastinate and to take good

    notes in class.

    F reshman A

    riana Eng

    l e

    What is the advantage to taking more difficult classes?

    Higher level classes provide an environment for students that is conducive to pure learning, and it offers a certain kind of challenge that allows students to thrive. What do you think is the most important thing for an AP student to keep in mind?

    I often refer in AP classes to something called the 'grit test.' I [tell students] that AP challenges your tenacity to succeed in spite of all the challenges and the hard work that are thrown at you. I want them to know that these classes can be a chance for self discovery.

    What are your tips for students in these classes?

    I always tell students that it is to their advantage to ask for help when they need it. Many kids struggle through a class that they don't understand, and they don't ask for help where there are teachers that are there for that very reason. Our goal is to help support them and make them feel successful.

    For

    Success

    Success

    One of my hardest classes this

    y ear is AP Biology. To survive

    t he class, I studied my notes

    a nd asked many questions. if I

    c ame across something

    c onfusing in the homework I

    w ould make sure to ask our teacher

    the next day. It also helped to have

    people I knew in the class that could

    help me in labs.

    Juni

    or M

    acke

    nzie

    Prew

    itt

    Students gave their tips for surviving and succeeding in difficult classes.

    Survival

    What helps me the most in

    AP physics is actually doing

    the homework. The tests are

    rigorous, and they cover a

    broad yet detailed area of

    content. You have to do the

    problems every night or you

    will fall behind.

    Senior Carter Smith

    French teacher Laura Kaiman gave her tips for being successful in a foreign language class.

    What are some skills needed to take a high level language class?

    You need to be an independent learner and take responsibility for your own learning. The teacher teaches, YOU are the one that is responsible for the learning! No one becomes fluent in a language just by coming to class. You have to spend time outside of class regularly reviewing the material or you will not succeed.

    What resources would you recommend to students taking a foreign language?

    I give a variety of methods and ideas for students to memorize and practice French so they can find what best works for them. I love [to] use quizlet as my main tool for learning. It has six or seven different games [and] activities for learning material.

    Snapshots

    Snapshots

    A lot of what I do is

    writing note cards. You

    have to be at least decent

    at time management, but

    definitely don't expect

    [history] to be easy

    because it's not.

    Sophomore Tristan Boy d

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