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What’s your message to the next president?

Most high school students can’t vote on November 8, but the issues affecting young people aren’t going anywhere. We’re launching Message to my next president to give students the chance to voice their opinions on the issues they care about. Share your thoughts in 300-400 words with a well-lit, horizontal photo of yourself. See other…
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October 1, 2020

Most high school students can’t vote on November 8, but the issues affecting young people aren’t going anywhere. We’re launching Message to my next president to give students the chance to voice their opinions on the issues they care about.

Share your thoughts in 300-400 words with a well-lit, horizontal photo of yourself. See other students’ work here and submit your message to the next president to HS Insider by November 3.

High schoolers’ perceptions of Stanford

High schoolers’ perceptions of Stanford

High school is romanticized as the party-filled epitome of a person’s life, but every high schooler has the inescapable thought of college hovering over their heads.  Google searching Stanford results in images of sunny Silicon Valley and articles about prodigious...