So there I was, thinking about myself. My past. The things I’ve done, the places I’ve been, and then it struck me. “What would I say to myself when I first starting going to City?” And so here, I have asked a few people at The City Voice tips and little bits of advice that they would give to themselves when they first started going … Continue reading Tips You Would Give Your Past Self
With the first semester at City coming to an end and exams around the corner, student stress levels are high. Most students (and staff) are looking forward to the holidays and a stress-free break, but before we can enjoy that, preparation for exams is a priority. Here are some tips for successful exams: Study, study, study! While it is a cliché, it’s also the most … Continue reading Exam Studying Tips
The City Middle High School uniform has a surprising amount of options for ways to style it. While it is kind of a pain having to wear a uniform, here are a few ways you can stay practical and stylish while following the dress code. A blue, white, or black flannel would work really well with the classic blue City shirt. Flannels are very popular … Continue reading How to Style the Uniform
You would think that an age limit is just a general idea, but what you don’t know is that in Chesapeake Virginia, trick-or-treating is considered a crime over the age of 12, and in some Provinces in Canada, people over the age of 16 will be fined $200. In Virginia, there is a fine of $100. If you think that it’s worth it, one could … Continue reading How Old is Too Old For Trick-Or-Treating?
As the new school year has begun, there’s a fresh class of incoming sophomores, myself included. In some schools, it’s another year of high school working towards a diploma, but at City, it’s a whole different story. Students in their sophomore year at City are finishing in their final year of the Middle Years Programme, and as their culminating challenge, a way of combining everything … Continue reading What is the Personal Project?
Is this one of the questions on your mind? Me too! Well, now we know! There will be a Halloween dance on Friday, October 29, from 6-9 pm. All the information is in the City Highlights, but in case you’re wondering, here are the details: The Halloween Dance is for all grades (including CFE) and happens on Friday, October 29 from 6–9 PM. It is … Continue reading Will There Be a Halloween Dance?
Welcome to the first City Voice Advice Column! This is a place where you can ask questions about school, sports, time management, and homework. Although you will not get professional advice, you might get some good insight from fellow students, or teachers. If you have any questions that you would like answered, please, please, please, don’t be afraid to ask. Your name will never be … Continue reading What Will the Last Week of School Be Like?
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