1. Onerous (From A.Word.A.Day.)
a. (adjective) Oppressively burdensome.
b. (adjective) Having obligations or responsibilities that outweigh the benefits.
From Old French onerous, from Latin onerous.
1. Some wo
3rd_AP Literature and Composition
56. (2009) A symbol is an object, action, or event that represents something or that creates a
range of associations beyond itself. In literary works a symbol can express an idea, clarify
A.P. English / Period 3
10 Fixes on Summer Reading
My thesis was too general, it did not connect with the theme, and lacked three main
A. Coffee reveals the characters relationships with one another and also helps pi
Depression, self-harm, and suicide are critical social problems that require more more
attention of others. These three problems sum up what most adolescents go through in the United
States. Self-harm and suicide can happen once a teen becomes depressed.
Computer Technology/2nd Period
Professional Development (TV Programs)
Undercover Boss Reflection
What I learned in this episode of Undercover Boss was that there are many hard working
immigrants that go through daily challenges
Dont take anything for granted.
Have you ever lost a friend before? Did it hurt?
In my first year of highschool I had a best friend who I could talk to about anything. How I felt,
what was going on in m
Cormac McCarthy develops the significance of the title, All The Pretty Horses, through
John Gradys point of view and uses allusion to contrast John Gradys dream to reality through a
nursery rhyme by how it is to feel fulfilment and plenty through dream-li
Presentation with Professor Svendsen:
The enrichment event that I attended was a presentation given by Professor Svendsen
about the Greek play Herakles. Mr. Svendsen came to our Brighton High School library on
6956 South Boulder Drive Cottonwood Heights, UT, 84121
To be a candidate for college admission.
Expected graduation 2017
Brighton High School Cottonwood Heights, UT