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Angst is an IndieFlix Original, documentary designed to raise awareness around anxiety. The film includes interviews with kids, teens, educators, experts, parents and a very special interview with Michael Phelps.
In Partnership with the Dublin City Schools we will be co-hosting four free screenings of this movie. The goal of the film is to help people identify and understand the symptoms of anxiety and encourage them to reach out for help. We invite you to attend any of the nights below that work with your schedule.
October 23, Dublin Scioto High School, 6:30
October 24, Dublin Jerome High School, 6:30
October 25, Dublin Coffman High School, 6:30
November 5, Hilliard Bradley High School, 6:30 (this screening will be followed with a panel discussion with Hilliard students) *please note this is a new location.
The following story was written by a student on the staff of The Jaguar Times as part of Hilliard Bradley High School’s Journalism Production course.
by Naomi Kuo, Entertainment Editor and Mikhayla Draper, Student Life Editor
Everyone is having mixed feelings as it is the start of the 2018-2019 school year. In four years a lot can change; new opinions are formed, new and old friendships, etc. The Jaguar Times wanted to discover some of the differences between the seniors and freshmen. Freshmen are
either eager to start their high school careers or are dreading the new experience. Seniors on the other hand, are waiting to go out in the real world. It is interesting to see how similar but also how different these two classes are.
We asked a freshman, “How do you feel about it being your first year of high school?”
Kaylee Vegliack (9) answered, “I’m pretty stressed. I have a lot of homework, projects, and marching band activities.”When looking back to our freshman year, we remember how stressful it can be with new and harder classes. There are clubs, and other activities which can be a lot to handle, but it’s also a time to get to know yourself!”
Seniors were asked, “How do you feel about it being your last year of high school?”
Moe Kareem (12) explained “I am excited for college and starting a new journey.”
Michaela Medich (12) answered as well and said, “I am glad because I don’t have to spend more time here and no more high school stress.”
Students were asked, “What’s something that you love about the school?”
Moe Kareem (12) said, “The administration and how they work everything out.” Kate Walker (12) answered “Sporting events are fun. I love band.” Kaylee Vegliack (9) discussed her favorite things about the school saying “the art programs and music classes like choir and band.”
Freshman were also asked “What are you looking forward to for high school?”
Muneer Farrah (9) said, “I am most excited for the upcoming basketball season.” Being a freshman can be scary especially when it comes to a new team, but high school sports is a great way to staying in shape and make long-lasting friendships.
Kaylee Vegliack (9) commented saying, “my favorite part so far is making new friends.” The first year of high school can be the year of creating new friendships and also realizing it’s okay to end old friendships. As you grow up you will meet people who help you change into the best version of yourself!
Seniors answered the question, “What was your favorite thing about high school?”
The overall answer were things such as the football games, band, or hanging out with friends. High school is about making memories, and the best way to do that is by getting involved. Seniors admit that their favorite thing about high school was the activities involved with school.
Lastly we asked seniors, “What advice would you give freshmen?”
Moe Kareem (12) said, “Work hard and never give up. Stay positive major key”. This quote relates to high school very strongly. It can get hard and can be discouraging, but there’s always a solution!
Kate Walker (12) also commented and said, “Always check the bathroom signs before you walk in”. Having experienced this before, we also advise you to make sure you double check! Do whatever you can to avoid small embarrassments.
No matter what grade you’re in be sure to enjoy high school. It’s the time to discover yourself and make amazing memories!