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Tatiana Botero, Discoverer Staff Writer

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AP Calculus students playing a soccer video game during the class period.

AP courses shifting focus during last few weeks of school

June 1, 2018

Less demanding routes begin in AP courses at TCS after the highly anticipated exams, and students are now working on more laid back and diverse activities during class time. After almost 10 months...

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Modern day media sculpting modern day teenagers

Modern day media sculpting modern day teenagers

May 22, 2018

Every book, every movie, every TV show. Everything that flashes through your eyes every second of every day shapes the person you are becoming. The escalating influence media has on modern day society,...

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A perfect dish in La Causa, showcasing the variety in the menu which includes flavors like sushi and ceviche.

La Causa: the outstanding combination between Japan and Peru

May 8, 2018

★★★★ Medellin has become one of the most visited cities in Colombia for aspects such as the exceptional food it offers. From the astonishing tipico, to some of the most acclaimed international...

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Exchange into the Real World

Exchange into the Real World

April 9, 2018

Ask any high school senior at this point of the school year: graduation is daunting. Not only does it mean facing the real world outside the flawless crystal bubble that teenagers live in during the first...

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NHS: Lacking the “Honor”

NHS: Lacking the “Honor”

February 10, 2018

Merit based groups lose their validity and prestige when they are only done for self glorification and status, and The Columbus School community has turned an otherwise honorable organization into an excuse...

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The Dreaded Four Point Scale

December 13, 2017

 As a young and eager middle schooler, everyday I looked forward to becoming high school kid where everything changed for the better: where responsibility is only yours and there is more freedom with...

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Sexuality expert William Perez, giving similar conference to High School students December 1st in TCS art gallery.

Middle School says NO to Substance Abuse

December 4, 2017

Drug and alcohol prevention workshops organized by ASOPAF, are taking place for middle school students and parents to create awareness about the risks and repercussions of these substances. Sixth, 7th...

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Rocking it out during practice: Felipe Naranjo, his son Adan Naranjo and his old friend Juan Fernando Velez (left to right)

Philosophy of Rock and Roll

November 14, 2017

As a young boy his love for music continuously grew. Until one day, at 16 years old, he finally decided that playing the guitar on his own just wasn’t enough: it was time to join a proper rock band....

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Buddies performing one of the activities with the purpose of helping them build trust.

BUDDIES: TRAINING, CAMPING, LEARNING

October 30, 2017

The Buddies training sleepover successfully shaped outstanding TCS High School participants because of the students’ commitment, guidance given by counselors, and ASOPAF’s financial support.                          The...

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Volleyball team celebrating their point.

[Photo] Preparing for 2017 Binational Games

October 2, 2017

Volleyball team celebrating their point.

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Parents in the coaching session on September 27, analyzing the main idea of accompanying their kids through their hearts.

Teenagers’ Futures: Hand in Hand with Their Parents

September 28, 2017

Choosing the correct career can be an easier journey  Columbus High School students with the help of ASOPAF’s career orientation workshop for concerned parents.                          ...

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