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Joanne Haner

Joanne Haner has 22 articles published.

Joanne is the editor-in-chief of this publication. She is a junior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. Although this is only her second year on the newspaper staff, her passion for journalism is a crucial part of her life. Joanne is also a member of the Chinese Honor Society, Quill and Scroll and Key Club. She is treasurer of the English Honor Society and a secretary and historian for the Mu Alpha Theta math team. In her free time she enjoys writing or listening to music, and always welcomes new artist recommendations.

Upper School students take the PSAT

For juniors, the PSAT/NMSQT is not only an indicator of their future SAT score, a crucial part of college acceptances, but an opportunity to earn the title of “National Merit Scholar,” a title that can yield scholarships from colleges across the country. Keep Reading


Goodbye, Mrs. Gedan

Whether she held the position of Secretary to the Deans or Assistant to the Upper School Principals, Mrs. Gedan never failed to help anyone in the office in a time of need. Keep Reading


Don’t let collegeboard ruin your summer

Your score is your score, and there is nothing you can do to change it. It’s one small part of a giant application, and most colleges use a holistic admissions process, so not getting a five on the AP Biology exam probably isn’t going to make them throw your application in the trash. Keep Reading

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