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The Skyline High Experiment



On April 26, 2012, Angry Junior wrote:
I am a Skyline junior, and I didn't like the article one bit. This article puts exceptional focus on the graduating class and the Health and Medicine magnet. There are three other magnets who don't get a paragraph between them, but H&M gets several. There are three other grades that don't get a sentence between them, while the seniors get, essentially, an entire article. Anyone who isn't a graduating senior is unimportant and will always come in 2nd place. Onto the dress code. It is frustrating and doesn't deserve so much focus. On any given day, you can see countless students who are not obeying the dress code. Because the dress code is really bad. Having a hole in your jeans is a violation. Shirt straps have to be anywhere from 2 fingers to 3 inches wide. Depending on who you ask. With so many silly and conflicting rules, I find it easier to think of them more as guidelines, which I rarely follow. This article tackles many subjects of Skyline, from mastery learning to the H&M magnet program (wait, there's others?), but for each subject, only one side of the story us brought up. No juniors or underclassmen to discuss the

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