Articles Posted in the " AP " Category

  • The AP Epidemic

    by Mariah James Class of 2015 Advanced Placement, or AP, classes are promoted as the most respectable classes for students to enroll in, but are they really a more effective tool of learning for students, and do colleges really find them all that impressive? The majority of AP teachers put the amount of time the […]

  • Time to Reconsider the Coffee Policy

    by Andrew Holland Class of 2015 A cup of coffee, brew, joe, or java. Whatever you call it, its history goes as far back as the 10th century and Americans drink 400 million cups of the caffeine laden beverage every day. When the Braintree High School bell rings signifying the end of homeroom, students are […]