Author Archives: Kristian Bekele

Students share about the impact Sociology of Law left on them

By Kristian Bekele  Staff Editor  Sociology of Law offers students an opportunity to explore an in-depth analysis of American society through the laws and legislation that have been passed and the overall societal implications those laws have. The main emphasis of Sociology of Law is for students to be able to see how legislation can affect not just a specific

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Summit Prep students show their families what they have learned in Expeditions

By Kristian Bekele  Staff Writer   On May 25, Summit Prep students demonstrated all that they have learned to peers and parents in what is known as the Celebration of Learning showcase. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., students from the Expeditions classes Education Pathways, College Readiness and Sociology of Law showed off what they learned in the eight weeks

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Cultural awareness builds understanding between Americans

By Kristian Bekele  Staff Writer  Cultural identity is something that we all have either encountered or will encounter later on. It is a confusing mess of terms, cultures and ethnicities. Even through those basic identifiers, there is something more complex to a person besides the environments that they have been raised in that influence them greatly. We had two members

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Summit Preparatory Charter High School celebrates International Women’s Day

By Kristian Bekele and Micah Tam Staff Writers  On March 8, 2017, Summit Preparatory Charter High School honored the women who have changed our lives as a way to join the conversation sparked by the observance of International Women’s Day. This day is meant to celebrate all the accomplishments that women have brought toward the advancement of the world. Teachers from

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