Every year a new group of freshmen are thrown into the high school experience. At IACS, each student experiences the situation differently, whether they transfer here from other Middlesex County schools or level up from the IACS middle school. Many freshmen have felt intimidated by the general high school feel, however their perspectives vary due to their backgrounds in education.
On Wednesday October 14, 2015, the first floor hallway was unusually silent. The cause of this impossible anomaly was made clear by the signs posted on doorways everywhere across the country: TESTING IN PROGRESS. Continue reading “Students Conquer PSAT”
“Do Apps Help You or Just Waste Your Time?” reads the New York Times headline for their recent article on how teenagers might be taking technology out of hand and taking advantage of what it has to offer. It is common now for students as young as six or seven all the way up to seniors in college to use a tablet or cellphone to do their work. Continue reading “Cellphone Apps Getting Out of Hand?”
“Hard times call for hard measures. My choice block was located right above a conference room and dancing and conference rooms don’t mix well,” Sophomore, Nate Landis. Continue reading “Humans of IACS”
Bump, pass set, score, IACS has welcomed a new volleyball team to the list of fall sports. Continue reading “Volleyball at IACS Starts Strong”
There had been a lot of buzz about what’s happening this year in electing the co-presidents for Student Government. Continue reading “Student Government Changes”