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« Reply #30 on: 26 July, 2008, 10:16:49 pm »

It depends on what part of Jersey you go to.

North Jersey sucks big time.

South Jersey rules.

well, all of jersey is essentially one big supernatural hot spot so i just love the state all together! :3
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« Reply #31 on: 27 July, 2008, 02:55:53 pm »

Florida's obviously the coolest state in the southeast.
And Pennsylvania is the best in the North East.
Most of my relatives live in Pennsylvania. The rest live in Florida. I think that's partially the reason for the move.

I have some family in Florida.

Nice place to visit, wouldn't like to stay for the summer.

And I would be completely content with this move if it wasn't for the fact that I was missing over a month of my summer.

School here starts September 18. School in Georgia starts August 13...
Holy crap, that sucks.

Yes it does. I was completely pissed off when I first found this off.
you also get out a whole lot earlier because you start earlier and don't lose all those days due to weather

as for the politics thing...you are moving the Atlanta area...the liberal stronghold of the South...don't worry about that

as for college being free...it's only the tuition cost covered...you still gotta pay for housing, books, medical, and anything else you feel you need to pay for...it's a scholarship system funded by the state lottery, so it has nothing to do with the colleges being sucky...and you have to keep a 3.0 to get it, anyways...so it isn't like they just throw out the money

as for weather...Atlanta has very mild weather year round with very few big storms...a good bit of rain...except there's a drought on right now...I mean...before this year Atlanta hadn't had a tornado in recorded history...it is a bit hot and humid in the summer though



I'm aware of this. I'm currently maintaining a 3.4 GPA while taking AP classes that I hate (English, Social Studies, ect) in Washington, and I think I'm going to be focusing on technology/math/science based classes that I like for my senior year, so that should raise my GPA a good bit.
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« Reply #32 on: 27 July, 2008, 03:02:56 pm »

In my county we have a school just for math/science/technology...but it just opened last year, so this year there are only freshman and sophomores...no upperclassmen, yet
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« Reply #33 on: 27 July, 2008, 06:50:41 pm »

In my county we have a school just for math/science/technology...but it just opened last year, so this year there are only freshman and sophomores...no upperclassmen, yet

I'm pretty sure I'm going to North Atlanta High School. Doesn't really matter where I go though, I'm only gonna be in the state for a year before I graduate. 5 if I manage to get the free college.

Question: Does the state of Georgia require a Senior Project of some sort like the Northwest does?
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« Reply #34 on: 27 July, 2008, 07:16:08 pm »

In my county we have a school just for math/science/technology...but it just opened last year, so this year there are only freshman and sophomores...no upperclassmen, yet

I'm pretty sure I'm going to North Atlanta High School. Doesn't really matter where I go though, I'm only gonna be in the state for a year before I graduate. 5 if I manage to get the free college.

Question: Does the state of Georgia require a Senior Project of some sort like the Northwest does?
it either depends on the individual school or on the county...I'm not sure
I don't think any in my county did...

I know Druid Hills did do it, but not sure about the rest of DeKalb

not sure about schools in Fulton, but looking at info about North Atlanta, it doesn't look like it does...can't guarantee, but I don't think it does
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« Reply #35 on: 27 July, 2008, 08:29:55 pm »

It looks that I'm going offline sometime Tuesday, as the movers are packing up everything (including my computer) Wednseday. That means that for the next 2 months, I will be on extremely sporadically. I'll try to get on for at least a couple minutes every day, but I'm not sure I'll be able to.
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