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Jeffrey Grimm, Biology, Solon High This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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My AP biology classroom has always ­reminded me of a top drawer – a cluttered compartment that becomes a stow-all for miscellaneous items from the house. But whereas stray buttons and rusted...

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Tim McGee; Language Arts; Worland High School

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“Live your life as if it were your last” The first bell rang; students rushed to their classes and clumsily threw their books onto the tables. Mr. McGee strides through the classroom door...

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Debra Johnson-Dahrouge, Composition, Neptune High This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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English was always easy for me, but that changed the first day I walked into Mrs. Johnson-Dahrouge's class. I'd heard rumors from former students: they said she was strict and intimidating, that...

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