9 spring-y things to enjoy way past break
This sweetie sure knows how to make a girl feel special
Dear Carol: How can I turn my attitude around?
Exclusive: We talked to Jordan Fisher about Liv and Maddie, his upcoming music and ultimate career goals
Feel Good Friday: Adorable photo series helps local dogs from a Utah shelter get adopted
The only spring sandal you'll want to wear this season
4 steps to perfectly thick 'n' long lashes
5 strappy sports bras you need in your life
Share your thoughts on our April/May 2015 music issue! What did YOU love?
Nfinity Champions League 2: The Biggest Night in Cheerleading
More Friends = More Fun
CREATE A PROFILE
GL Tweets !
8 HOURS AGO Which GL editor can't live without her zodiac-inspired soap: http://t.co/6wTHFa9Jc7
8 HOURS AGO RT @imr5obsessed: WE FOUND A TON OF RYDELS AT WALMART AND GOT OUR OWN COPIES 😋
11 HOURS AGO ICYMI watch @RowanBlanchard & @SabrinaAnnLynn our exclusive sneak peek of the Girl Meets World season finale: http://t.co/eckNGCZWEN
2 Comments | Add Yours
I am in 8th grade am I too young to get a job?
by 23EDG on 8/26/2013 8:34:39 PM
Mod Mod Mod
I am in something called the gifted and talented program and it is for the most ahead people in their grade so i decided to put my brain power to good use and start tutoring. there is a school where I live that does summer school so i thought that I could see if they need any volunteers there my dad is a teacher so he emailed the person in charge but she hasn't emailed back yet. their summer school starts in like 7 days and I don't know what to do. thanks MOD
Hey girl! I would email again or find a number you can call, but it might be a little late in the game to work at this particular summer school. Try to do a little research and find some other places where your brains will be put to good use! xx
by maggie1748 on 7/8/2013 1:18:55 PM
Design your dress with Duck Tape for a chance to win $10,000
Wanna stick out at prom? Check out Duck Tape's #StuckAtProm scholarship contest for a chance to show off your ah-mazing design skills! More than $50,000 in scholarships is up for grabs—CLICK HERE for deets.