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As a parent I can tell you. In my opinion, social media does indeed impact the mental health of our kids. If they post something and get a lot of negative responses, it is possible they internalize that and sometimes that can lead to mental problems. This South Carolina school district plans to join a lawsuit against social media.
This school district just so happens to be the one I live in. According to The Herald, the Clover school district is planning to join a class action lawsuit against Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok. Clover High School principal Rod Ruth informed the school board Tuesday night about the plans. The board approved the school’s participation. Personally, I am glad to see it. Somebody has got to speak up for the well being of these kids. Enough is enough.
So, why is the school getting involved? Because the mental well being of the students has an impact on the school and the school system. The suit reportedly claims the social media sites make addictive products that can lead to anxiety, depression and even eating disorders. Ruth tells The Herald, “school districts are on the front lines of this impact”.
To learn more about this lawsuit , get all the details right here in The Herald.
These Are The 25 Best High Schools For Athletes In North Carolina
Choosing the right school for your child can feel like the most important decision in the world. It’s a factor in where you purchase a home. Should you shell out the big bucks for private school education? How can you set your child up for success? So many parents stress about these decisions for years and years. And when your child is an athlete, regardless of it they are looking to play in college, that makes the decision that much harder. If your child has the potential to be a college athlete and potentially get a scholarship, you want to make sure they are in the best place possible to develop their skills and get noticed. Even if they are in it for fun, you still want them to have good coaches, and facilities and winning is nice too! How do you know the best High Schools for athletes in the state of North Carolina? Of course, you can look at the success of a specific team or program. State championships and players signed to college programs are certainly a reflection.
But we want to help you narrow it down. And Niche.com is here to help with rankings of schools and universities across the country. They recently released their 2023 rankings of schools. This includes K-12 as well as higher education. You can play around with the filters and view the rankings based on a variety of factors. One of those is a listing of the best high schools in for athletes in North Carolina. Which schools topped the list? Let’s find out.
For this list, we are including public, private, and charter schools. And the overwhelming majority are actually public schools! Though the top 2 are private with one being in Charlotte. But where did these rankings come from you may ask? According to Niche:
Explore the best high school sports programs based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking based on student and parent reviews of athletics, number of state championships, student participation in athletics, and the number of sports offered at the school. Compare the best high school sports programs in your area. Read more on how this ranking was calculated.
If you’re looking for the best school to send your athlete to hopefully this list will help you narrow it down. These are the 25 best schools in North Carolina for athletes.