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Sleep Study

Hadley Scott

March 1, 2020

People rarely meet their sleep needs, not allotting their bodies enough time to rest and repair. High schoolers in particular miss out on the proper 8-10 hours, causing focus to deteriorate and bad habits to form. Sleeping enough each night allows for optimal performance in school, sports, health, thought processes.    Teenagers are often the most prevalent victims of sleep insufficiencies. Between school, work, extr...

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End of year meltdowns

March 28, 2017

The end of the school year is soon approaching students at Battlefield High School, and though the impending summer vacation may cause excitement in some, the nearing dates of advanced placement tests as ...

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Students sound off about the SAT

January 27, 2017

As soon as a student walks into high school, the whispers of the spine-chilling three lettered word is heard. The SAT, or Scholastic Aptitude Test, is also known as a students worst nightmare. According to P...

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