Beverly Hills High School

Page 1 of 27 - About 265 essays
  • Character Analysis Of Tai Frasier In The Movie Clueless

    972 Words  | 4 Pages

    Tai Frasier is a fictional character in the movie Clueless She is a heterosexual, white female hailing from the east coast who moved to Beverly hills high school as a transfer student. Tai experiences a cultural shock immediately as she walks into Bronson Alcott high school in Beverly Hills to which she responds with cultural relativism because she unbiasedly embraced the norms of her new society. Her first introduction to her new classmates was at P.E. when she is surrounded by v girls in unusually

  • Working At Beverly Hills Unified School District Essay

    866 Words  | 4 Pages

    experience working in the IT field. Working at Beverly Hills Unified has given me a unique opportunity to participate in many projects and task that have typically been performed by someone in a CTO position. I believe that this hands-on experience in the educational space makes me a suitable candidate for the program. For the past six years, I have been working as Senior System AdministratorArchitect for Beverly Hills Unified School District. Beverly Hills Unified and the community at large prides itself

  • Affirmative Action - The Battles Against Race-based Educational Plans

    2292 Words  | 10 Pages

    But the overwhelming lesson in Texas is that the public schools from which minority students come must be improved if these students are to perform at the top levels at the University of Texas. Texas now forces public schools to keep academic achievement records by race, and penalizes schools that allow black and Latino children to fall behind. Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida is currently embroiled in a fight over an executive

  • Does TV Affect American Culture Essay example

    1082 Words  | 5 Pages

    some current societal problem or trend in order to truly reflect American life; murder, rape, racism, and, on a less serious note, parties, shopping, and sports are topics that deserve serious consideration by the public and the media. The show Beverly Hills 90210 attempts to be an accurate portrayal of the life of a typical well-off American teenager growing up in the 80's and 90's. The producers of the show attempt to integrate many real life situations in to the show. By doing this they are suggesting

  • Teen Television Dram The Next Generation, By The Bell And Beverly Hills Of 90210

    1805 Words  | 8 Pages

    framing texts which support comprehension. Throughout this essay, I will focus specifically on the genre of Teen TV Drama using the television show Degrassi: The Next Generation, and comparing it to two other programs such as Saved by the Bell and Beverly Hills of 90210. Through this notion, we

  • Brief Summary Of The Show '90210'

    345 Words  | 2 Pages

    In the show 90210 it story line is based off of multiple upper class teens living in Beverly Hills who attend West Beverly High school. Through out the series the teens go about their lives and find their identity of who they really are. In 90210 it shows that women can have a strong stereo type being conceded but they also show as strong. It show that you can’t just judge how a person is just on looks and how they act. Also it show it shows that no matter who you are you can change what people see

  • Is Education A Democratic Society?

    1429 Words  | 6 Pages

    system today now has that rule, it has not always been the case to allow every student an equal opportunity to earn an education. There has been huge discrimination in the past regarding students of different races and social classes wanting to attend school. While others in the past believed that not everyone should be able to get an equal opportunity to get an education, my beliefs are and have always been different. I believe education in a democratic society should give every student an equal opportunity

  • Gender, Class And Traditional Culture

    903 Words  | 4 Pages

    masculinity and femininity. (Gender) Ana Garcia is the main character in the film, Real Women Have Curves, and Ana’s gender role is established very early into the film. Ana is feminine, but independent. She is 18 years old and is a senior at Beverly Hills High School. Carmen, Ana’s mother has already established her daughter’s gender role. That is, Ana must work in her sisters dress-making factory, get married, bear children and take care of her family as a female Mexican-American woman should. This is

  • Mrs. Schlock's Successful Career

    456 Words  | 2 Pages

    It was a hot sunny day in beverly hills california in a big open house on top of a hill looking over the city lives a girl named abby she is only 16 but she wishes to be accepted in the best dance academy in the nation, but her chances are very slim because people come from all over the country to audition to get a spot in the school. She is one of the “more talented teens” well that's what her teachers think, but abby is one of the fewer girls who thinks very lowly of herself and her abilities…

  • Comparing Clueless and Emma Essay

    1816 Words  | 8 Pages

    Clueless is set in Bronson Alcott High School almost two hundred years later, in the late twentieth century. Despite the significantly different geographical and historical setting and the diverse social values, lifestyles, and issues than those depicted in Emma, Amy Heckerling’s high school setting retains and is