Cheating is tempting when you see everyone else doing it, but Fred, 17, has chosen not to.
"The day before our art history final, the teacher gave us the class period to study. As we studied a million and one flashcards, my classmates and I felt the weight of the test approaching. Then one of my classmates said he hoped that the student who sat next to him would come the next day. 'I need to cheat off of them,' he said."
With interviews with a college admissions counselor and high school teacher about cheating.
Want to spend five weeks in China? Live through Sam, 13, who tells us all about his adventures while vacationing there.
If you want a chance to see some of the famous art you learn about in school up close and in person, Nidia, 17, recommends going to the Getty to see this show.
The sequel to last year's surprise Disney Channel musical sensation mostly lived up to the hype, said Charlene, 14.
The mysteries are answered in the awesome, action-packed final installment of J.K. Rowlying's epic series, says Se, 16. Don't worry, NO SPOILERS HERE!!!
The former Olympic diving champion talks about growing up, winning gold medals and living with HIV.
With the same great chemistry and humor along with new spectacular new action scenes, Rush Hour 3 is a worth follow up to the other hit movies, says Jennifer, 17.
After years of wishing she were taller, Samantha, 17, now embraces being only 4 feet 9.
It should have been an inspiring and tragic story, but the biopic about salsa pioneer Hector Lavoe instead left Jennifer, 17, just depressed.
Graphic novels are interesting stories that helped Lily, 17, escape problems at school. With a list of Lily's Top 5 graphic novels.
Despite her religious beliefs, Hae Jin, 17, thinks abortion and gay marriage should be legal.
The exciting action and special effects make the latest movie in the series the best yet say, 14-year-olds Sam and Gabe (in separate reviews).