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Alex Storck
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Carolyn Chen
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Club Dispatch – Peer Pals

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The college application process is almost always stressful and overwhelming, especially for juniors who are going through one of the hardest academic years in their high school career. Whether it’s taking the SAT, ACT, or an overwhelming number of APs, as Central Bucks Students, Juniors in the district are hard-pressed to “set themselves up for success” without any concrete ways as to how.

Launching this week at West is a new program geared to help juniors and sophomores with their college and class decisions based on the real experiences of our current seniors. “Peer Pals”, run by advisor Mr. Curtis, aims to give younger grades a chance to ask questions and receive advice about their future. Peer Pals cover a variety of topics, such as what classes to focus on, how to build your interests, and how to better engage with the community and your extracurriculars.

Ever wonder how to get into volunteering? How to show your dedication to your sport? Well, look no further! Peer Pals has an open Microsoft Forms for any questions you might have.

Questions for Peer Pals (office.com)

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