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Petra Pandora-Nelson, ‘27, is in Jayma Hazelbaker’s Biology Honors class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: Every one to two weeks.

Q: What is your opinion on that class?

A: I like it. There’s a lot of notes, we do a lot of coloring and you are able to sit at table groups so you get to socialize which I really like [but] make sure you sit with people you want to sit with because you’re gonna be sitting with them for the rest of the year.

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: Four, you gotta do some work but it’s not that bad.

 

 Fiona Bradley, ‘27, is in Steve Brogden’s Biology CP class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: I would say a six because it’s a little difficult to understand.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: Usually one a week.

Q: If you had any advice for other people thinking of taking this class what would it be?

A: Study for the tests and quizzes and don’t be disruptive in class [and] if science isn’t one of your strengths then you should take regular biology.

 

Zoe Kyrlach, ‘27, is in Tricia Moore’s Geometry Honors class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class they responded:

Q:  On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: Seven-eight. it’s not that hard if you pay attention, but if you don’t pay attention it can be difficult to figure out.

Q: How much work do you receive from this class?

A: Half an hour of homework a night.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: [A] quiz [every] two to three-ish weeks. [Overall] a quiz every unit and a test every unit.

Q: If you had any advice for other people thinking of taking this class what would it be?

A: Pay attention, if you get stuck you can look up Khan Academy videos.

 

Katherine Rayburn, ‘27, is in Stuart Huskey’s Geometry class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: Six, because it’s math which I’m not that good at.

Q: How much work do you receive from this class?

A: One homework assignment every day.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: Quiz once a week, test once every other week.

Q: What is your opinion on that class?

A: I think it is easy because it’s just like visual stuff. It’s more like seeing shapes than doing math in my opinion.

 

Erika Frecker, ‘27, is in Kevin McCormick’s History Honors class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: Three, it’s not super difficult [and] you learn a lot.

Q: Do you like your teacher?

A: Yeah, he makes learning fun.

Q: How much work do you receive from this class?

A: We don’t have homework every night, it just depends if we have a project or some little thing, we do most of the work in the class.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: Usually at the end of every unit, [every three weeks]. I study a lot but we do get time to study in class.

 

Makenzie Ellison, ‘27, is in John Peltier’s History class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: How much work do you receive from this class?

A: I say we get homework biweekly, every night we do not have homework.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: Maybe once a week. If not once a week, once every two weeks.

Q: If you had any advice for other people thinking of taking this class what would it be?

A: Do the reading because they do help you out. Try to study [extra] at home.

Q: What is your opinion on that class?

A: I think the class covers a lot in a short amount of time. I think this is why I picked to go with the regular version.

 

Riya Tummala, ‘27, is in Tara Ligon’s Latin III Honors class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: How much work do you receive from this class?

A: We get around 20-30 min of homework around four days a week.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: We have around two or three tests or quizzes per week

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: I’d say the class difficulty is seven [or] nine out of 10 if Latin is just not your thing, but if you happen to be really good at reading it’s around a four or five.

Kendra Sullivan, ‘27, is in Matthew Henstridge’s Latin III  class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class she responded:

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A:  Two-three. A lot of the work that I’m doing this year in my opinion is easier than the stuff that I did last year. [However] I am learning a lot more about fundamentals in Latin.

Q: How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: I have quizzes once or twice a week and a test probably every other week if not every week, but they’re all structured the same and relatively easy.

Q: If you had any advice for other people thinking of taking this class what would it be?

A: Use your class time wisely [and] pay attention.

 

Jeremiah Dudley, ‘27, is in Ashley Marksberry’s English Honors class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class he responded:

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: Four-five because the class is pretty easy I haven’t struggled to get As throughout the whole semester.

Q: If you had any advice for other people thinking of taking this class what would it be?

A: When you are doing the vocab lists, make sure to actually study them because if you do she gives you three points of extra credit.

Q: Do you like your teacher?

A: Yes, she’s a totally nice person. She’s understanding and if you have late work it only gets a little bit off.

Dean Miller-Graham, ‘27, is in Samantha Stephenson’s English class at WHHS. When asked questions about this class he responded:

Q: On a scale of one to ten how hard is the class?

A: Three, [there’s] no homework. We have lots of time to work on every assignment. And she helps you with everything if you need it.

Q:  How often do you have tests or quizzes?

A: we have a quiz every other week but it depends on what we are working on.

Q: What is your opinion on that class?

A: It’s a great class. Very easy. But you still learn stuff [and] there’s barely any homework.

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In her second year as a Chatterbox staff member, freshman Iman Divanovic is excited to work as a Staff Writer. She took News Writing 1 and 2 and wants to produce content that the staff and students at WHHS will find helpful and interesting.   Divanovic also is on the junior varsity soccer team and is in Boo Radley and TSAR Club Divanovic hopes to attend Depauw University and find a job that she loves.  Divanovic enjoys playing soccer with friends and family and getting lost in a good book.
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