By Ivelina Velikova
The typical high school student rolls sleepily out of bed before 7:00 AM. They stumble out of the house at around 7:30 AM, and are expected to be ready to learn just after 8:00 AM each day. Within the first hour of school, their head dips sleepily onto their crossed arms. Unable to stay alert, the student misses out on portions of the lesson taught in class. Later that night, they frantically read and reread the textbook in attempt to understand what they have missed. The student stays up to complete their work, beginning their next day exhausted once more.