I am not the kind of person that backs down from a challenge. When I was offered to take AP Psychology I already knew I'd be taking two other AP classes. I knew from personal experiences that AP classes came with stress and a lot of rigorous work. It didn't take long for me to come up with an answer: “I'd love to take AP Psych.”
Thank you for your consideration of me as a candidate for the National Honor Society, it means a tremendous deal to me. I have worked extremely hard to earn my chance to become a member of the National Honor Society and this application resembles a small prize on the enduring path to success for me. I believe, as a member of the National Honor Society, I will be able to enhance my spirit of service and accomplish more service goals and projects. Although, I already have many leadership skills under my belt, I can only imagine the many more skills I will gain from being a member of the National Honor Society. I believe you can never stop learning.
It with great pleasure that I recommend Robert for admission into National Honor Society. As his Boy Scout Community Service Advisor for over 7 years, it has always been clear to me that he has a strong desire to serve his community. Robert has been a very active volunteer in his community since he was in fifth grade and the lessons and skills that he has learned from these experiences are reflected in his character, which is very rare among youth his age. He knows that, even though he is still a minor, he can make a large impact in his community by sacrificing a few hours of his time to helping others.
When it comes time for high school students to enroll in classes, many of them decide against taking an Advanced Placement class as a result of false assumptions. Why do false assumptions about AP courses exist when the concept was to help students further their education? While it is true that many students take advantage of these courses, the idea of taking an AP course originated as a beneficial route for students. Arguments that were previously stated in articles can easily be rebutted by analyzing the benefits of taking an Advanced Placement course. High school students may benefit by taking AP courses by developing college-level skills, saving money and time, and impressing college admission officers.
I was thrilled when I received my letter informing me that I was eligible for National Junior Honor Society. NJHS provides numerous opportunities for me to improve upon my character development, leadership skills, and citizenship. Involvement in NJHS will allow me to hear other students’ ideas and provides me additional opportunities to give back to my
I remember last year after receiving the letter from NHS that I had not been accepted into National Honors Society, as dreadful as it was to receive that bad news I learned many things that emphasize and describe my character. I noticed how throughout Freshman and part of Sophomore year of High School I was just a student who focused heavily on school work rather that combining school work with a social and meaningful life. After realizing my past I had to act on that and change the way I once was, I recognized how much I lacked in leadership and service within the community. After completing my twelve year studies at my local Sunday School I decided to help the school out by assisting the office and teachers by completing the tremendous amount
I am writing in response to the letter that I have received to apply for the National Honor Society, and I am interested in becoming a member. NHS was first brought to my attention my freshman year, through peers and some teachers who would talk about all of the good outcomes and opportunities that can come about from being a member. From that point on, that has been my goal. I have worked as hard as I could to get up to where I am today.
I am excited to be one of the candidates for the 2017-2018 National Junior Honor Society. I understand that the National Junior Honor Society is for students who demonstrate exemplary scholarship, citizenship, service, leadership, and character. I believe that I have maintained a grade point average of 3.55 or higher and have shown all of the five given standards of the National Junior Honor Society. I believe that my involvement with the National Junior Honor Society will help me to prepare my future as a leader, character role model, and good citizen.
I see the National Honors Society as a volunteering and discussion opportunity with other diligent students that brings out leadership and encourages service. The one thing I am looking forward to above all others if I am selected to this group is the great privilege it will be to surround myself with other enthusiastic students. Since NHS is a group of motivated individuals I think we really need to push the students who are accepted to achieve even more than they already are and I hope I can become a member that is able to bring together the student body in order to set and achieve greater more ambitious goals within Pioneer High School and the Ann Arbor Community.
I really enjoyed your class. I've learned a lot from you and feel like you've gotten to know me well. English is definitely my favorite subject, and I am proud of my grade that I received in your class last semester. As you may recall, I decided to self-study both AP Literature and AP English Language this year. When I told people that I wanted to take these exams as a junior, they all thought I was joking due to the fact that AP Literature is one of the toughest courses to self-study. Surprisingly, I found the inspiration to take these exams from the assignments and works of literature that we went through in your class. Without all the activities we did in class, I certainly would not feel as confident with my performance as I am now. On the actual test, I wrote my AP Lit
I consider science as my playground where I question nature’s rules and break them to witness phenomena. The possibilities that science can offer and what scientists can conduct keeps my curiosity active in learning how I can be part of the science community. When I was informed that my mother was diagnosed with Hepatitis C, I struggled to support her emotionally and felt unknowledgeable about the disease and her treatment. To understand my mother’s treatment and how she healed, I challenged myself to excel in every AP science course my high school offered to learn the foundation of science. Throughout my science courses, I drowned many times because the concepts were demanding. However, my passion for science and my mother’s condition kept me striving on. After various science classes, I felt passion was not enough and wanted to expand my abilities in a health environment. This led me to volunteer at an
At my school, we have a very rigorous chemistry program. Although I excel more in biology than chemistry, I decided to take organic chemistry to try and become more proficient in chemistry. The class was structured on the assumption that every student had already had at least one semester of AP chemistry, but I was among the few students who had not yet taken AP chemistry (I did not have room in my schedule for it). I figured the class would be challenging, but I thought I would try my hand anyway.
To submit a recommendation letter, please complete the official recommendation form found on your sorority’s website: https://www.alphadeltapi.org/Page/PotentialMembersandLegacies. You may also mail your recommendation letter to the Ole Miss ADPI chapter mailing address: Alpha Delta Pi, P.O. Box 1178, Oxford, MS 38655. Both formats are accepted, and you may submit any time until August 13th, 2017.
Dear CCRI thankyou so much for everything The community College of Rhode Island staff shows me that everything is possible if you have the right mindset. College Success was an eyeopener enrolling in that class taught me thigs that I never knew before. The professors at CCRI has pushed me to be the best I can be. Although I had bumps on the road I still keep moving forward because you guys made it possible. After years of searching I finally found my major without moving out of state with the help of my advisors and my wonderful teachers I will make it and graduate from The Community College. No words can describe how much I appreciate everything you guys did for me and other students that are currently attending. Never in my life I would
The Chemistry Program?s commitment to a liberal arts education greatly influenced my decision to transfer to Cornell University. I have always had an intense fascination with chemistry, and plan to make it my major. My attraction to chemistry started at an early age, driven by my curiosity to understand ?how things work,? whether it was examining the marine-life in the local pond with my microscope, or reading about the chemical composition of the stars. Exploring my environment has always been the thing I loved most, I call it, IAT - investigating, analyzing, and tinkering. I know the College of Arts & Sciences is the best environment to cultivate my intellectual interest. It has the right balance of interdisciplinary courses, such as "Philosophy of Science: Scientific