Decisions are hard to make — especially when you’re a teenager.
At Homewood-Flossmoor High School, the Guidance Office staff works to provide the best advice for students starting in junior high, said Jim Schmidt, guidance department chairman.
It’s all about keeping students keenly aware of the academic excellence of H-F and how the school’s numerous academic and extracurricular programs can benefit them throughout their four years of high school.
“Our goal, as a school, is to develop our students academically, socially, emotionally. And I know we put our actions . . .
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