The Cherokee Scout

Mili Mehta, Advice to a Freshman

Mili Mehta, Advice to a Freshman

January 3, 2019


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"High school can be as stressful as it can be fun. The classes can be tough but it’s important not to get so caught up in grades that you don’t even enjoy what you are learning. These four years will be years full of growth, friendships, and new experiences. You will make a lot of memories in high...

Aayushi Parikh, Advice to a Freshman

Aayushi Parikh, Advice to a Freshman

January 3, 2019


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"High school is about more than just good grades. It is a time of personal growth and a time of making new friends and memories. Don’t fill your schedules with AP classes just for the sake of maintaining a higher GPA. There will be times where you feel extremely stressed, but you should not let these...

Emily Paluba, Advice to a Freshman

Emily Paluba, Advice to a Freshman

January 3, 2019


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"Take classes you enjoy. High school goes by in the blink of an eye, so make sure you try to find joy in every moment. I found the balance between challenging myself and crafting my schedule in a way that compliments my interests and the type of student I am. Life is too short to spend even just four...

Kayla Johnson

December 17, 2018


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Cheyenne Hamilton

December 17, 2018


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Katherine Nikolau

December 17, 2018


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Renisha Parikh

December 17, 2018


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Caitlin Woodcock

December 17, 2018


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5 Books One School

Dayna Schubert, School News Editor

October 25, 2018


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At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, it was announced that Cherokee would now offer five books to choose from for summer reading. Typically, the students were given two books to choose from and then voted on which one the whole school had to read. Rarely did this book interest all 2,500 students, an...

5 Books One School

Aayushi Parikh, Editor in Chief

October 25, 2018


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When the news was announced that the Lenape district would now be offering five books to choose from, there were mixed reactions. Amongst the feelings of apathy and joy, there was a large portion of people who were upset with this new change. The purpose of One Book One School was to choose one book...

Yasmeen Matthews

Yasmeen Matthews

October 25, 2018


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“As freshman year grew closer, I became scared and stressed. However, it seems to be quite the opposite. Classes like Latin make the school day fun and the clubs I have joined allow for me to meet new people. Cherokee does not seem so frightening anymore.”

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