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A Guide to GSA’s System of AP, Honors, CP4 and Skills Level Classes
by / on January 13, 2012 at 5:08 pm

A Guide to GSA’s System of AP, Honors, CP4 and Skills Level Classes

Sometime in your 8th grade year, when you first met with the GSA admissions officer, you were faced with a decision that would affect the rest of your high school career: honors or not.  As most high-schoolers know, once this decision has been made, it can be both beneficial and […]

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Great Matters of Grey Matter-7
by / on December 20, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Great Matters of Grey Matter-7

Most, but not all languages (including English) use relative directions like left, right, forwards and backwards. Most prominently, Guugu Yimithirr peoples use north, south, east, and west instead. According to psychology professor Richard Wiseman at University of Hertfordshire, people walked 10% faster in 2006 than in 1994. This supposedly correlates […]

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by / on November 30, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Math Team takes 3rd Place

This meet, the team placed third in the county, trailing behind both Mount Desert Island and Deer Isle/Stonington. It has been suggested that the loss of the high-performers Ned Wang and Andy Wu may have had something to do with it. GSA’s official (highest) score was earned by team Abraham […]

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Superheroes Today
by / on June 4, 2011 at 6:39 pm

Superheroes Today

Over the centuries, there’s always been one thing that’s fascinated humanity.  Superheroes.   Since Ancient Greece, people with extraordinary powers have captivated young minds.  In America, they have flourished for generations.  For example, Batman has been around since 1939, first in comic books, then radio shows, and today he swoops […]

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