TESTS: OPTIONAL. STRESS? NOT SO MUCH. Hovering above Stanford University, this word map displays responses from 30 Santa Rosa High School seniors when asked: how would you describe the college application process in one word? Lola Cook explained her choice— evil— saying, “It [applying to colleges] made me cry.” This year’s college admissions cycle is similar to that of last year with most schools going test-optional but with more, if still limited, opportunities to connect with schools. Article and Graphic by Molly
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Big Decisions! With decision day fast approaching, seniors have started the exciting and daunting process of committing to colleges. Madison Liggett, Josh Neese, and Megan Foote are just three of the many SRHS seniors getting ready for their next years at a University. Congrats to this resilient Santa Rosa High School senior class of 2021, it’s been a bumpy ride but the end is near. Photos From: Megan Foote (left), Josh Nesse (middle) and Madison Liggett (right) Article By: Shai Fichtelberg and Spencer Page After completing
One of the hardest decisions of high school. Senior, Eliana Bruce, gets ready to make the final decision. Seniors throughout the United States are getting ready to commit to colleges. This decision, while challenging, is very important and should be carefully thought out before making it. Good luck to all seniors! Article & Photo By: Shai Fichtelberg As college application season comes to a close, seniors are getting ready to make the big decision. Some colleges have begun reviewing applications and even sending out
Welcome over the Web. Tracy Batchelder joins the Santa Rosa High School staff this year as our new College and Career Counselor. Although the College and Career Center’s physical location remains closed, she has made its resources available virtually via Google Classroom. “I want the CCC to become a social hub on campus where students feel free to drop in and ask me questions or do research, spend their lunchtime or drop by after school with friends. I want the students to feel like it's their space,” said Batchelder.
Start your applications. Deadlines are fast approaching and this is not something you want to procrastinate on. Applications have been open for almost two months now, so get started. Senior Spencer Page says, “I have been trying to get an early start on my college applications, because I know if I push it off it will make me more stressed.”
Article & Photo By: Shai Fichtelberg As summer comes to an end, and students get back into the rhythm of school, many seniors begin one of the most challenging tasks of