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This month we are pleased to profile Radnor High School rising senior Diana Rapp, who worked with an A+ tutor for both ACT and subject tutoring in English. Her composite score on the ACT rose a total of 6 points over the course of the program! In addition, she noticed significant improvement in her English grades at school. Great job, Diana!
The anticipation of leaving for college holds a host of emotions for new high school graduates.
In her new book, The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth: Popularity, Quirk Theory, and Why Outsiders Thrive After High School, Alexandra Robbins examines how teen social hierarchies still reflect an “old” way of thinking–as in it’s uncool to be a straight-A earning, talented violin player–despite the fact that the traits of the teens who were outsiders in high school benefit them as adults later in life.