Every high school student becomes anxious when waiting for that day to graduate but as graduation gets closer we become more worried on what we will do next and how we will pursue our career out there in the real world. Senior year is about applying to any colleges or universities that will judge you based on how you did throughout your high school years. In addition, the career i'm going to pursue when I graduate and leave high school is in the criminology and criminal justice studies. With a bachelor in criminology and criminal justice I have a variety of jobs I can pick out of. My first choice is to become a customs and border protection officer because I want to protect what enters the U.S. and to keep terrorist from entering. My second
As soon as students begin their high school careers, colleges are looking for who will meet the requirements set to be accepted into college. Tulsa Community College specifically requires current high school students to make a certain score on each section of the ACT so they may take college courses while still in high school. For that reason, I took the ACT for the first time just after my sophomore year, hoping to score high enough for concurrent enrollment. Being a concurrent student allows me to receive college credit so that I may have more time for sports or extracurricular activities when I am an actual college student. My main goal is to major in music then have a career in the music industry. The music industry is a difficult career
A decision that will last a lifetime my parents had to make was a name between Alexis and Malori. I was four days away from being Alexis. I am Malori Kristine VonTobel and active within the school. I participate in Sunshine Society, Student Council, Pep Club, Knitting Club, Drama Club, volleyball, cheerleading, and swimming. Being this active and still having time to complete my senior project shows how determined I am with anything I do.
Throughout the course of my high school career I have many goals I would like to pursue. One of those goals includes being accepted into both a two and a four-year college so I can hold a Bachelors degree in Science. When I do get accepted into the two and four-year colleges, I plan on working while attending school. Although this goal may be challenging, depending on my classes, I’m going to need a job to support myself. My GPA in college will maintain a 3.7. My field of study will consist of a Radiology program as well as an Ultrasound program to become a Radiology tech/Ultrasound tech. These two fields will allow me a greater chance of finding a job, plus it will supply more yearly income. After college I will be using the knowledge I gained
Throughout the journey of my highschool career I developed a passion for both sports of soccer, and track and I overall developed who I am as a person and what job characteristics would interest me for my pursuing future. I realized that I want my job to consist of helping others, and being active within the community which led me to the topic of criminal justice. After observing the University of North Carolina Wilmington's web page I reflected on why it would be such a good school for me to pursue. Im very interested in attending UNC Wilmington because it provides the courses i'm very interested in studying which are psychology and sociology and criminology. Another contributing factor that leads my interests into UNC Wilmington are the athletics
Passion is necessary to excel. Once someone loses desire or motivation for something it becomes quite difficult to continue doing well in that field. I went through a crisis of lost motivation in my first two years of high school.
In elementary school, I was a shy girl, but my parents would never believe that statement from any teacher. As a child, I ran around, danced on an imaginary stage, and read vigorously. Nevertheless, the quiet girl in their class perplexed teachers, but one teacher pushed me out of my shell and onto a stage. In that moment, the perception of me being a quiet student disappeared, and the chance to grow as a better person arose.
Throughout most of my high school career, I looked down on community colleges and believed that they were only for those who didn’t care about school or who hadn’t managed to get into a 4-year university. I admired those who went to schools like UT, Baylor, or A&M and thought that I would be one of them upon graduating. However, towards the end of my senior year, that all changed. Before continuing my education, I wanted to not only explore other career options, but also prepare myself mentally and academically. As a smaller, less expensive, and closer alternative to 4-year universities, Lone Star College offered the optimal environment.
During my High school career I was involved with multiple extracurriculars. I played volleyball for 3 years, my Freshman, Sophmore and Junior year. I played soccer for the last 3 years and will be my fourth this spring. I volunteer at my Church, St. Joesph Catholic Church and teach kindergardeners about faith for all my 3 years plus this year. I am a nane to 3 kids this past fall and summer. I play travel soccer this fall aswell. I am envoled in Key club and Arbor club.
As one approaches the middle of his high school career, it is good to acknowledge the progress he has made and the goals he should accomplish. Jesuit has established a description containing five points in which a graduate should have improved during his high school career. This description contains great goals to strive for during school and in the future. During my first three years at Jesuit, I have improved in two ways: becoming more open to growth and more committed to doing justice.
As a seventeen-year-old in high school, life is always interesting. My parents started homeschooling my older brother and me when we were in the second grade. We attended Evangel Family Christian Academy which is a school located in Montgomery, Alabama. We switched to a different cover school also located in Montgomery named Ezekiel Academy. When we decided to change schools, I was only in the seventh grade and my brother was a senior. I am still attending Ezekiel Academy and have started my junior year. I play baseball and basketball and have been blessed and fortunate to have my father coach me throughout my current high school career.
Throughout my high school career, my spare time has been invested in playing sports and volunteering in my community. For four years I have played club soccer; additionally, I ran on the varsity cross country team for three years. I have also done volunteer work with local organizations such as Big Brothers and Big Sisters and the Humane Society of Northwest Georgia. My experiences in extracurricular activities and community service have helped me to develop new perspectives.
“What are you good at”? “What type of hobbies that you do”? Usually, every year when I am in a new grade and new class every teacher says that to me. No matter what the class that I’m in, no matter what class it’s like and, and what I say that question always come up, To be honest, I'm good at a lot of things. Everyone has something that makes them special. Either it's their skill or talent that they have or are working on these days like me. I have gained my skills over the years especially in school. Everyone as a skill in something. Some have many of those skills and talents. I for one, I have a lot but today I will describe three. They are typing on the computer fast and know how to work tech, I have a lot of patience for others and for
My story began years ago, when I was born, in December of 1977, in Atlanta, Georgia at Piedmont Hospital. From there, I grew up in a fairly suburban area, and after a few moves, I began attending E.W. Oliver Elementary and later M.L.K. Elementary school. I would often travel back and forth, between my home here and my family in California. Growing up in contact with such a diverse community equipped me with many things in life, such as my unexpected temporary move to California my 11th grade year of high school.
Through out my high school career I never took my education seriously. For most of the four years it was a big blur. I’m not quite sure if it was because of me or if I found myself blaming my surroundings or teachers for my lack of focus and strive to learn. A failure can mean different things to everyone else. Maybe there’s just different types or categories of failures. These failures are meant to teach us something, or motivate us to simply not make these mistakes again.