The Magnet Tribune

A letter to all freshman starting high school

Olga Ozornia, Staff Writer

May 24, 2019

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Dear Incoming High School Freshmen, These next four years may contain many relationships coming to an end, a lot of drama with people, and will especially go through an unmeasurable amount of stress. During these next year’s you’ll experience a lot, and hopefully, this advice could be of use to you while in high school. First of all, high school is not how the movies perceive it to be. There is no life-changing makeover that makes you popular, no choreographed number that the whole school dances to, and there are...

My advice for incoming freshman

Edwin Villanueva, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

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For coming freshman must be really exciting to be in high school next year. For you upcoming freshman I have few pieces of advice for every single one of you. My experience from being an upper classman myself, I have noticed that is difficult to communicate with people on the first day even with the teachers as well. The teachers, most importantly the teachers, look for you to put the best effort on all the classes. In the classes might be a bit more difficult to understand. The classes can be needed for college and give...

A letter to incoming freshman

Irene Alegria, Staff Writer

May 1, 2019

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After 4-years at VMT I can confidently say that it made my high school experience that much more enjoyable. No matter what home school you some from, VMT will be one place where anyone will be able to freely be themselves and release their creativity. This in my opinion also allows you to be more independent and grow as an individual. Even though we also take an academic class, the fine art you choose is an escape in which you will truly do something you enjoy and look forward to. With all that is offered at this school,...

Incoming freshman, this one is for you

Justyne Bernal, Staff Writer

April 3, 2019

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To you incoming freshman, the best advice to give you would simply be to always be yourself. They say that during high school you figure out who you truly are and maybe part of that is true. But, at the end of the day never lose sight of who you are.  There is going to be many people and even teachers that try to  influence you but never change. I am sure that most of you look forward to high school because of the freedom you will have. The maturity level that is expected from you is high and it is up to you if you...

Is failing or never trying worse? What are you most grateful for?

Olga Ozornia, Staff Writer

March 28, 2019

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I believe never trying is worse because you don’t get to experience life as it is. Everyone fails in life, at one point or another, and you’re just bound to experience it. If you think of it this is how many famous people became famous because of their failure. So, failing shouldn’t be something you should fear because it’s a way of maturing. To fail is a part of life, so when we succeed we can say it was through these moments that got me here. Never withstanding a loss is what stops people from moving on in th...

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