After high school is a new world, many students are on their own to get a chance to form their own life. Students must work hard to prepare themselves for the real world after high school because that is where it becomes more difficult which is why they should attend and work hard in college to have a secure future. Without college many people will have a hard time trying to get by in this world. Choosing to go to college will definitely benefit students because they will be able to strengthen their skills needed for their chosen career path and have more opportunities in life that will give a better chance of surviving in today's fast paced world. As the saying goes, “practice makes perfect,” it is essentially the same when it comes to a certain job.
in Paulynice). Having continual absenteeism in college creates a negative impact on a student’s academic achievement. In order to achieve good grades, students need to be present for all of their classes. Levine, Judith R. collected data that shows the decrease in a student’s absences results in a higher grade (Paulynice). Encouragement plays a huge role to a student’s success in college, without any type of encouragement some students may not be committed.
Throughout the world, students are encouraged to attend high school and continue their education. However, many students find it worthless and become uninspired. They blame the faculty, school policies, and fellow students, when they should be blaming themselves. Unchallenging course work is most likely a sign that the student isn’t taking a hard enough course. During my high school experience, students had the opportunity to take college courses through our high school.
It means a lot to people because it is their last year of high school and it was upsetting to know that you’d be leaving the people you have spent the last four years with. People thought you had to have as much fun as possible in high school and do all kinds of crazy things before you turned 18: when you would be considered and punished as an adult. Now those times have changed. High school is not looked upon as the best times of your life anymore. It is looked upon in almost a negative way.
College tuition is already at such a high cost that it would be very detrimental if a student were to change their mind, often leaving them in insurmountable debt. And, there is often this stigma about students taking a year off before they head off to college or university, this again adds the the pressure to attend post-secondary. Finally, I feel that having a high school student pick a possible future occupation while they are still not sure what it is that they want in life. A side note, many teachers tell me that you don’t go to college to have job security later in life, but rather that you go to college to learn skills; the opposite is so ingrained in my student head that I feel that I have to go to school so I don’t fail in life. With all of this going on, colleges are getting ever harder to gain admission to.
There are a lot of pressure on this generation of teenagers to go to college because we are used to hearing the saying "you need to graduate high school, so you can go to college to get you a good job." Personally, I agree with this saying because there are plenty of successful people in this world with a college education, but it takes a lot of hard work just to prepare for college. For example, having to take the SAT or ACT to maintain a certain score for a school to even considered your acceptance. Being financially stable, if not prepare to find scholarships and prepare essays just to obtain the scholarships. Growing up in a household where your parents want you to do better than they did, because they didn’t get a college education.
As A High School Do You Have Any Anxieties About Attending College? As Nelson Mandela said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which can use to change the world.” An education is very important in our society today; it is taken for granted by many young individuals. Most teens believe they have to stop at their High School Diploma because they are facing many anxieties. Some teens feel like they aren’t capable of doing the work, others may not have parents or someone in their life to push them hat extra mile to receive a college degree, and nevertheless they may have the impression that they’re not social enough to communicate with their peers. Numerous people are facing these anxieties in our world today.
With the need of workers with a high dreger who can we be letting people with the education and patient not work. Why do so may find the need to keep the american dream out the reach of many who worked hard for it. The story of so many high school student not be able to attend the school of their dream because they are not ligalal. This is a story I hear often one of a student who has worked so hard and has been able to get good grades be the first in their family to graduates and have no where to go. Some do make it to college, community college that is where they have to work and study because they don't get the help they deserve.
As students everything we achieved leads us to the path into college; everything the students worked for from k-12 pays off the moment they receive that acceptance letter. In today’s society succeeding in college is the key to live the ideal life. Truth is students will face obstacles in college, which can cause failure. One of the main factors is stress, 8/10 students in a college would frequently experiences daily (stress.org). Anxiety Depression Association of America’s Study showed 34 percent of students in a college would feel depressed, 13 percent are diagnosed with mental conditions such as depression, or anxiety, and 9 percent had considered suicide.
High School Dropouts High school can be tough for many teenagers. Some students may feel as if the classes they are taking are boring or the material being taught will not help them later on in life. These students begin to not show up for class and then their grades start lowering drastically. Next, these students come up with the idea that dropping out is the easiest and fastest way to escape all the stress that is caused by academics. However, they need to start looking at the bigger picture and asking themselves if quitting school is going to help them reach their personal goals.