7. Best friend- Not only was she my best friend, she was also my teammate in high school. I have set expectations for myself on the track because throughout the years, she always pushed me. When I wanted to give up, she was the push I needed. She saw potential in me when it came to hurdling before I saw it in myself.
It would have to be debatable one of the hardest, but most important aspect in your life you have to decide on. My parents, and many others, have always told me, and many other young inspiring students, that you can be anything you set your mind. Ever since I was little, there were a million things I thought I wanted to do with my life. My life is very much sports and athletic based. There is not a day that I am not either doing something athletic, or at least thinking or planning to be active in one way or another.
I am determined to do my best. There has always been teachers who encouraged and assisted me in difficult times and making it possible to achieve my dreams. I get the rush and excitement to go to work like a child who got their favorite toy for their birthday. I have learned if I set my dreams high I can achieve almost anything I want. The path to success will not be easy but I know through determination, hard work, and encouragement I will get where I want to go.
This is not just for me, but for my family, and all of the students that look up to me. Education is never-ending, as are we that pursue it with an ensationable hunger to grow. Civilizations have been built and destroyed because of education; it has helped those that really wanted to see more than just what was in front of them. For the first draft I have used free writing, Clustering, brainstorming, questions, soul searching, and a lot of tears, to put this essay together. http://www.spellchecker.net/spellcheck/ http://www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/handouts/proofread.html http://www.unc.edu/depts/wcweb/handouts/proofread.html
Throughout the past couple years; I have been able to sustain a high grade point average of about a 4.4 (based on calculations made at the end of sophomore year) and make High Honor Roll for almost every marking period. However, my journey to where I am now was not a perfect yellow brick road. Instead, it was a path with many twists and turns that led me through many dark and awful experiences. Juggling all these courses was something I had adapted ... ... middle of paper ... ...d I liked being looked up to by most of them. I am aware that character is an important part of being in NHS and I believe my personality and character make me an exceptional addition to the group.
I look forward to a future where I know that I will fit in because the world is more like CSU than Windsor High School. As I’ve mentioned before, I know that my future in service may not have happened without the exposure that I have had through Key Service. I have always been someone interested in service, but never spent a lot of time volunteering due to a variety of reasons. Being a part of Key showed me how incredible it is. I attended nearly every service opportunity that came my way this year and had a blast doing it.
College Admissions: What motivates you to seek a college education Why is Berea College a good choice for you What motivates me to seek a college education? In addition, why Berea College is a good choice for me. December 16, 2000 The last couple of years have been a long bumpy ride for me, as they have for everyone my age. No matter what, everyone has experienced many of the same "teenage" circumstances as I have and has dealt with them in their own way. As a personal participant in this "game", we call life, I would say I worked hard for and earned first place.
Firefighter always seemed like a pretty good option. But, just like any starry-eyed child, I never truly grasped my desires until later in life. For me, sports and academics were a great focus for most of my high school career. The personal relationships with my classmates meant such a great deal, that I considered sportsmanship the center of my life. This led to a post-haste decision of joining the United States military to keep some of that camaraderie.
I have learned that nursing is not something you choose once, but something you choose every day. Nursing is a multidimensional career with great opportunities and rewards but is also coupled with difficult intellectual, physical and emotional challenges. My journey to get into and through nursing school has been a fight every step of the way, but there have also been many experiences that have confirmed to me that this is what I was born to do. With every obstacle and challenge that threatened to keep me from my goal, I have persevered and chosen to keep fighting for what I wanted. I have learned so much about myself these last four years, and I have been rewarded with many opportunities and experiences that have deepened my desire and resolve
No one would ever know he once had difficulties speaking. I enjoyed watching these lessons, and as I grew older, my curiosity grew even stronger, which made me investigate this field as a career. Due to this childhood experience, I have decided that communication disorders is the field I wish to study for my future career. Knowing the difficulty of this field has made my dedication to my academics even stronger. Throughout my four years of high school I have tried to take courses related to the communication disorders and science fields.