Tuesday was the start of a new six weeks, my academic short term goal is to have a 90 and above in every class that I have. I will have this goal down by going into my classes every Friday after school to check on my progress in that class and sit to do extra credit if I really need to be sure I make an A in the class. A personal short term goal I have for myself is to maintain my healthy eating habits for about another year, I have cut down candy, sodas and fast food places. I will achieve this goal by staying right on path with my meal plan and working out daily. I will know I have accomplished my goal when I lose twenty pounds and when I have a flat stomach. My third goal is a personal one and it is to save up two hundred dollars to pay
This skills are not only going make me succeed in college but also for life.
My primary goal for going to school is to be able to make my family proud and do something beneficial with my degree.
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
Goals are achieved in different ways by different people. Goals can be joining a sport, making new friends, or even as simple as becoming organized. However in order to achieve your goals, you must have an ability. My abilities of being respectful and calm, will help me to have more honor classes, graduate with a 4.0 or higher, go to college and become a pediatrician. Before I become a pediatrician I will need to use my abilities to do so.
All throughout school, students are ask what we want to be when we grow up. Many of us know or have a pretty good idea, but others have no clue what they want to pursue as a career in life, whether it be furthering their education at a university or attending a technical school. There are other students that plan to start work right out of high school. Either way we all have a plan, and the purpose of this paper is to inform you of mine. I personally struggle in making big decisions like deciding what to do with my life, but then I realized I have been asking myself the wrong questions. Instead of asking what I want to be when I grow up, I asked myself what do I want out of life? what are some of my goals that I wish to achieve? This led
I describe myself as a hardworking and determined student. I have many goals that I want to accomplish, and some are short-term goals such as graduating with a 4.0 gpa or higher from high school and become president for at least one of the clubs I am in. Other goals I have are long-term goals such as my goal of going and graduating college, and becoming a doctor as my future career.
Happy New Year! How are you? I just wanted to update you. I applied for jobs through Americorps and landing one in Pittsburgh with a Non-profit called Higher Achievement. We are an affiliate to a national program. Higher Achievement aims to help middle school scholars from the Hill District and Homewood areas, prepare for High School and for placement in advanced programs and or top tier schools. I was hired to help recruit mentors for the scholars and create programming for alumni of Higher Achievement. I told my supervisors about my interest in communications and they offered me the opportunity to be affiliate Brand Manager and of course I took it! I'm happy to be getting my foot in the door. I hope you're doing well and looking forward to
Long term goal: Graduate Timken Early College High School(TECHS) with an Associates degree from Stark State College in four years. (Including freshman year).
In the first months of college, I wasn’t so sure if I wanted to pursue architecture, finance, or engineering; I was utterly lost, unlike many of my peers. Over the months, I pondered on what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. Then, I realized I was never interested in obtaining a job where I would sit at a desk and stare at some numbers on a computer screen for 9 hours every day. Through my daily routine and utilization of time, I realized I found less joy in the courses I applied least outside of the classroom, yet was intrigued that with the many hours I worked in the studio. I could work on a skill in which I could use in the career I wanted; a path in which I could leave a legacy through molding the world the way I wanted to see
Reflect on the data and your post-high school goals. Why are these goals important to you? Explain how the data either supports or may cause you to reconsider your post-high school goals.
As an Early College High School student, we were told that from day one as a freshman we had to know what we wanted to study and do for the rest of our lives. Middle school didn’t exactly prepare us for that type of environment, let alone have us decide what our future career would be. At fifteen I was still figuring out myself, and I’m glad I took the time to do that first. I might not have known then, but after all the training and experience the last three years of my life has given me I definitely know now. It takes more than just a thought to create a passion, it takes experience and knowing oneself. I found my passion, it was a burning desire to study in the field of nursing.
In this Class, I expect to achieve high school level work or just be able to learn enough to go into high school and feel prepared. My goal is to be a good student by participating in class discussion and working as hard as I can to achieve an A grade. I enjoy speaking aloud in class, I'm a good listener and I like to write because it challenges me, makes me use my brain and is also super fun too. As for reading, I like to read but only if it's a good book or were reading
First, setting goals can be very helpful during your high school career. You’ll have a mindset that most kids your age won’t have. For example set goals like getting an A on my next test and/ or mastering my jump shot. After, setting these goals you should try to accomplish them. Soon, you will be able to make new goals.
Throughout my high school career, I have learned that being successful in school can lead you to many different opportunities. One opportunity that I was given was that I joined my high school's Beta Club Chapter. It was an honor to be invited to join because how involved the Beta Club is with the my school, community, and state. This past year, I was selected to represent my school as I ran a campaign to become the North Carolina Beta Secretary. Although I was nervous, I opened my mouth, and the words just began to come out. My fears went away, and I addressed my peers on the topics of educational improvements and leadership opportunities, so all students can succeed. To my surprise and delight, the two thousand North Carolina Betas in