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Staples Raises AP Exam Fee by Three Dollars to Offset Administrative Charges

Staples Raises AP Exam Fee by Three Dollars to Offset Administrative Charges

March 16, 2011

This year, the administration charged $90 per AP exam, three dollars higher than the price listed in the AP exam booklet distributed to all students taking an exam. This was due to increases in administrative costs from administering the tests. “Last year we came up short at administrative costs,” Ja...

Top Five Best Things About Staples

December 21, 2010

In the November 2008 issue of Connecticut Magazine, Staples High School was named the “#1 High School in the State.” While the ranking heavily depended on test scores, percentage of students that attend college, the amount participating in Advanced Placement classes, and various other statistics,...

Rubel Enrolls in Online Advanced Placement Class

Rubel Enrolls in Online Advanced Placement Class

February 2, 2010

By Farrel Levenson '11 Opinions Editor Classes at Staples always take place in the building, from English in room #2002 to Math in #3059. The vast majority of Staples students take all their academic classes on campus, that is, excluding Jeremy Rubel ’11. He has AP Calculus BC on the third floor, AP Economics on th...

NBA Predictions

September 30, 2009

Dustin Dobbs '10 Sports Editor WEST South-West Division San Antonio Spurs- Richard Jefferson is a key addition and as long as Duncan, Parker and Ginobili stay healthy, they could be right there with the Lakers at the end of the season. Dallas Mavericks- The Mavericks will finish 3rd overall in the Western Confere...

“K” Calls it Quits: Gerald Kuroghlian Retires After 42 Years of Teaching

“K” Calls it Quits: Gerald Kuroghlian Retires After 42 Years of Teaching

June 19, 2009

One of the most loved English teachers at Staples, Dr. Gerald Kuroghlian is set to retire after a 42-year teaching career this June. Kuroghlian’s departure will result in a huge loss for the English department. “We will miss him terribly,” said Lis Comm, the English department head. “He is Mr. Stapl...

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