It is a very obvious fact that some students decide to drop out. But many people think it’s because they’re not doing their work, although that is the partial reason they don’t know when this starts. Freshmen year is essential in deciding whether a student drops out or stays in school to graduate. In this Essay I will be giving some examples of why Ninth Grade is the most important year of High School and how it will affect their future
Eighth grade and ninth grade are nothing alike.They are not alike because in eighth grade the eighth graders are the oldest students there.It is also different because since they are the oldest they get the most respect.In ninth grade the ninth graders are the youngest and get the least respect.In ninth grade or freshman year the students are new to the school and you don't really know anyone but your friends.To get through your first year as a freshman you must make a lot of friends and have good relationships with all your friends. Something that can help make you many friends is joining clubs or teams.Another way to get through freshman year is by helping other students on homework and classwork.If you are done with classwork
Did you know 45% of kids get bullied a year in Kansas? If you go down the drug road you do not live as long. 63.1 of people die from drugs. Go down the clean road not down the drug road. If you get bullied tell a trusted adult. Use alcohol the right way not the wrong way
A time in my life when something bad turned out to be good was the middle of eighth grade when i wasn’t do well in my classes. This situation was bad because my grades weren’t good, and I wasnt doing the homework. One day in class , the teacher gave me a note from the office that said the principal wanted to talk to me. When I got to his office he was telling me that my grades were really low and I had to attend the after school program for forty days if I wanted to walk the stage for eighth grade promotion. From that day on I realized how important it was to be doing my homework if I wanted to succeed in school. After like a month my grades started to improve to B’s and it made me so proud of myself. It made me proud because, I was able to
9th grade year is the most important in high school in my opinion. 9th grade year determines if you will drop out or not. I believe how you start off high school is how you will conclude high school.
I just want to say 8th grade is an experience you will never have again. It’s a point in life where you are a kid and adult at the same time. It’s a place to grow up and become who you want in life. Your 8th grade year is going to be lots of hard work, you have to fight to make it. Mostly no one slips by 8th grade without attempting to do their best.
Eighth grade is an exciting year as pupils are prepared for their departure into high school. This, of course, comes with the endless speeches of preparing for the future. Some of this preparation includes encouraging students to think about their future. Some of this preparation includes encouraging students to think about their future careers they may want. Doing this helps the eighth graders realize the importance of looking at careers early on so when the time comes for them to be employed they aren’t freaking out and having existential crises. At an attempt to match a job with our interests we were asked to take an online quiz. This quiz would spew out categories which could be clicked and opened. Within them would be a list of jobs. After
My head is spinning from all the awesome memories from Lake Elmo Elementary, K-5th grade. I’ve been through so much during my years here. Every day I learn something new. Although times can be tough, I have my teachers and friends to help me get through it. My experience here has been wonderful. Kindergarten and 1st grade have been great, 2nd and 3rd grade were amazing, 4th grade was the best, and 5th grade was extraordinary. I think school is about the little things that change your mind and the way you see the world.
Life as a middle school student will be totally different from the high school life. These are two different things and way more things will be expected from each and every student now that we are in high school. It will not be as easy as middle school was because when coming to the high school students will have to face hard challenges that might throw them off because they are not use to it. After a couple of week of experiencing high school it will start to get a little easier. Do not to expect high school to go by easy as middle school. If my word could get to the upcoming 8th graders about life at Spartanburg High School I would warn them about academics, sports, and friendships.
Bullying in Middle School in Revere, Massachusetts. Bullying on school ground is a big problem here in Revere. Middle school students have been reporting to parents and teachers that their are bullies who are their main concerns. They would be physcially and verbally attacking them any way possible. To avoid any causes that may affect bullying victims, we should solve the issue by having a plan laid out for bullies kids. If the problems are not going to be fixed students can be at risk. Their lives can be in danger. How can we address and fixed this situation to save kids who are getting bully in school. What can we do to protect students from bullies.
Before the 6th grade, I really enjoyed math and I believed I was even good at it. Then to add to my excitement about math, I made a perfect score on my 6th grade Taks test. However, the next year (my 7th grade year) my teacher was a new teacher and you could tell she was struggling. She was a very nice teacher, and I loved her so much, I just struggled to understand what she was teaching. The next year, I transferred to a new school. Here, the teachers were not certified but they tried to help with everything they possibly could; however, their ability to help us was pretty limited. At my new school, we did all of our work on computers for half of the day and attended college classes at Panola and TSTC the rest of day. While I truly loved this
Students and parents should begin to think about college when the student is in middle school or late grade-school. Beginning the college process early can prevent stressing at the last-minute and informs the student of all of their options. Even if the student is not looking at a specific college, they should start to learn the importance of college and how their life will change. Students should speak to a college guidance counselor about their future and know what colleges are looking for and how to build their résumé.
When I was about to move out of elementary school and into middle school, one of my first steps in growing up happened. My parents sat me down and told me that I had Aspergers Syndrome. Throughout elementary school, I knew something was amiss; I was in a separate class with other kids that acted weird like me. I had a lot of meltdowns, especially when dealing with other kids. I was basically different from other kids. I couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me; maybe my parents had told me before, but during the transition to middle school was the first time that I learned what I was.
B.E...K.A Have you been in fourth grade? I did and I like learning. First ,being in fourth grade is something New you have new classmates teachers and new friends.Fourth grade is cool because you get like 30 or 25 minutes to talk with your friends or play tag and hide and seek . NEXT,IN FOURTH grade you learn something new.In fourth grade you have three test, on third you only have two star test Math and reading.AFTER,the thing that I like from fourth grade is that you could learn something new everyday if we come to school.the class that I got is very nice it's about reading.Fourth grade is awsome NO matter how old ,we are we can always have