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Private Schools (5 found)
Note: These stories are from Represent and its sister publication, YCteen, which is written by New York City public high school students.
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At a mostly white private school, Sayda finds her identity as a Latina. (full text)
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Angelina feels out of place at the elite private school she attends where she’s one of the only black students. (full text)
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Angelina profiles the strengths and weaknesses of the Prep for Prep program, which places bright, motivated minority students into private schools. (full text)
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A $20,000 yearly tuition buys a lot of educational advantages at Angelina's private school. (full text)
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At 14, Oni decides she no longer wants to be isolated from the hearing world and transfers to a public high school. (full text)

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