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Choosing a path: Five eighth graders on their future pathways

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Selecting a high school pathway has become an inaugural tradition at Ann Richards that all 8th-turning-9th-grade students will go through. Rising high schoolers went between pathway classrooms, Biomedical Science, Engineering, and Media Technology, on Pathway Day to learn more about the programs they will commit to for four years. Here are five 8th graders opinions…

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Working 9 to 5: Juniors reflect on May internships

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During the week of May 15th to May 19th, the juniors embarked onto the annual internships week. Organizations such as Mother’s Milk Bank, Intel, and Planned Parenthood participated in providing an opportunity for students to gain experience in the workplace respective to their ARS pathways. Students had days during the spring semester to practice dressing…

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Just a taste: Students try three pathways in order to choose part of high school curriculum

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On Thursday, February 2,2017, the class of 2021 participated in the much anticipated Pathway Day, where they learned about the three pathways they will commit to for four years: Media Technology, Engineering, and Biomedical Science. The eighth grade students visited the Media and Technology Pathway, taught by Mr. Roger Soden, and learned about the film…

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Just around the corner: Sophomores begin semester long project

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Prisila Samaniego (10), and Claudia Luong (10) work on their Biomedical Cornerstone project. Photo by Leslie Morales.   Cornerstone projects are a big part of the tenth grade year. The project is a Distinguished Diploma plan requirement, a plan that all Ann Richards high schoolers are on, where students work to apply their pathway classes…

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Lights, Camera, Action: My Media Tech Internship Experience

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This week, the Ann Richards School will be totally void of juniors. Every member of the class of 2016 will spend a whole week off-campus interning at various Austin sites relating to their pathways. Media Tech student Georgia Oldham begins the week’s coverage with a (nearly) hourly report of her first day at KLRU.   6:00…

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