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Adele Lauzon, CVHS, Class of 2019
I have a very simple question for you. How do you expect Carnegie to sustain a reputation for producing students who are high caliber, academically gifted AND gifted in other areas if you take away students opportunities to be well rounded? It also impacts their future. Colleges don’t want kids that are simply good at math or biology. In order to be an outstanding candidate, you need to have talents in other areas. By removing the UIL affiliation, you remove the opportunities to become well rounded.