Being accepted into the four year, signature Honors Magnet Global Ecology Program was quite an accomplishment. I thought my strengths in both math and science would help carry me through this rigorous academic curriculum. I was wrong! I hit a brick wall and I hit it hard. Having a parent who was a special educator and dyslexic as well kept me afloat; however, I needed to use the resources available both inside and outside of the school to begin my journey to academic success.
Throughout my four years of high school I have tried to take courses related to the communication disorders and science fields. I have been a hard working student throughout my years of schooling, because one day I hope to have an impact on children's lives the way someone did my brother's. I am an excellent candidate for the Scholarship because I have proved to be a dedicated and involved student during my High School career. Throughout my four years of high school I have excelled academically and athletically. I have been an extremely busy student.
All through life the expectation is set to grow up and become an adult who can take care of herself. Each person’s journey to adulthood is unique and different; however, some experiences are shared by all: high school, receiving a driver’s license, first date, first job, and becoming more independent; are all rites of passage in today’s society before one can be considered an adult. The journey to adulthood begins in high school as a frightened freshman. The soul-searching journey begins as new classes, clubs, and opportunities arise. Thus, one’s freshman year is full of firsts of every kind; first time failing a class, first time staying up all night to study, or even the first time sneaking out with friends.
One that makes her want to live. One that makes her want to work the hardest she ever has and be something, not just a “shadow or a number” (Walker 125). In Walker’s essay, she states that as a child and growing up in one’s parent’s care, one yearns for the magical “spark” that provides meaning and purpose to one’s life. For many teenagers today, this is still true. Many teenagers go through high school working to receive good grades and trying their best to be accepted into a prestigious college to earn a solid, hopefully high paying job.
Will you be who you were meant to be, or will you be who everyone wants you to be. It is up to you to decide your destination, but it is the events along the way that shape the final outcome. As we sit here at graduation, having suffered and prospered through four years at County High School, it is hard to forget the memories we've shared. At the same time, it is easy to see how the past four years have shaped who we are today and impacted our future forever. Who can forget being a freshman: finally out of middle school, we took on the world in a school of 1,400 that was only suited for 900.
Yes it is another four years of school but by getting more education and an extended degree gives me more opportunities for better jobs and more money. The career I have chosen to study is business administration. I am hoping that it takes me to a great job managing a company or possibly being an accountant. Before I attended TC3 I went through fourteen years of school. High school, grades nine through twelve were by far the most important four years of my career.
How do You Spell High School? – S-T-R-E-S-S When I ask people what their most memorable times are, most tell me that their most memorable times occurred in high school. I entered high school a year ago, and it has been fun, but very, very stressful. I try to organize and make time for everything that I am assigned to do, but still everything seems to bunch up and become overwhelming. Sometimes I just want to give up and stop trying so hard.
Demi’s Educational Autobiography I would say myself as learner has changed through the course of my life. I felt as though my motivation to learn took a rollercoaster during my high school experience. I am confident to say that I am a dedicated and motivated learner ready to succeed in life. In high school and previous college class I had a couple of good educational experiences. My freshman and senior year of high school, I received honor roll with a 3.2 GPA.
After having this experience I have found that this is the job I want to take part in. I currently have finished my online 40 hours of child care classes during my senior year of high school. I hope to inspire young ones to be who they want and to become brilliant students. I have had struggled and faced obstacles in school but that has only made me push harder. I am determined to do my best.
My education and the knowledge that follows it will become the basis to my future as an adult. The decision to choose a career path and begin to build your future is a crucial moment in every young adults life. After twelve years of school and studying, it is assumed that the time allotted would be plenty for me to choose which career is right. Based on clusters of enjoyable classes and keen skills developed, as a student, I thought I would be able to imagine what major I would like to pursue, but to my surprise I'm more confused than ever when it comes to my future career. In my time spent in school, I enjoyed various types of classes unrelated to one another.