While attending Liberty Univeristy, I started out as a Business Major, but after a few accounting classes I decided to be an Accountant. Not only did I find a career path at Liberty, but I also found my life's mate. We have been married for 34 year and our proudest accomplishment in life are our three children. Nathan, recently married and lives in Wisconsin. Both are clinical pharmacists in the hospital setting. Nathan published his first article for the Pharmacy Journal which started sibling riviary. Lauren, is the Production Manager for the White House Historical Association and could't wait to tell her brother that she published two articles. We also visited the White House on several occasions. Our youngest,
The characteristics of outstanding scholarship, leadership, character, service and citizen definitely apply to me as an individual. The characteristics of outstanding scholarship apply to me as an individual because I have maintained a 4.0 grade point average for the first two trimesters and will continue to maintain a 4.0 grade point average. The characteristics of excellent citizenship relate to me because I have never gotten suspended, expelled, or a detention and have never had excessive tardiness. Not to mention, I demonstrate participation and involvement in all my classes. I display outstanding character because I show the highest standards of honesty and reliability and I consistently exemplify desirable
As a hard-working, committed individual, I believe that being a member of National Honors Society will significantly benefit my personal character, academic achievements, and social life. After conducting some research on National Honors Society, I have come to learn that NHS needs students that exemplify the qualities of character, service, scholarship, and leadership to be qualified for membership. By being qualified for this outstanding opportunity, I believe that I can attain leadership skills, and confidence which can be beneficial in the years to come.
I have done my best in school. I have always gotten a grade better than a A- in school. In order to achieve this, I do extra credit when it’s given, go in early to class if I do not understand a concept, and get homework done in a orderly manner.
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing”, quoted the famous Albert Einstein. Most people don’t care what happens to others who need the help. Luckily, we invented food banks, Wounded Warrior Project, and plenty of other things. I would like to be part of National Junior Honor Society because the very origin of the society came from service. I realize that to be a part of the society, I will need to work hard to get where I want to be.
I believe that my involvement in the National Junior Honors Society could change my future significantly. It is an outstanding opportunity to develop many skills that can be used in high school, college, and my future career. It will improve my leadership abilities, oral skills, and will give me the chance to work with many other people. I understand how prestigious this program is and I am prepared to be a member of this very beneficial organization.
Mt. Vickson High School contains a little over 1,000 students total. It's a small high school in Connecticut that doesn't have much recognition. My last 3 years working here have been interesting. Fresh out of college, I applied for a job teaching science or math. I applied at many other schools, but the Mt. Vicks school board got back to me very quickly and offered me a choice: either honors and scholars biology or essentials and scholars algebra 1. Although both were strong suits of mine, I had been an honors student all my life and my biology teacher had inspired me to become a teacher in the first place. I knew I needed the job so I came for an interview and signed the papers. It felt right to take the job teaching junior biology. That
I would be a good representative for the National Junior Honor Society. I believe this because of two things. The first reason is that I get exceptional grades. I try my best to maintain my average over 95. I do not fret when I get a bad grade. Instead I think of it as an opportunity to try even more on the next test or quiz and a chance to learn from my mistakes. The other reason is because I enjoy helping others. I like to help my fellow classmates with their homework if they do not understand it.
In the early months of 2002, Juneau-Douglas High School in Juneau Alaska, held a school-sponsored and faculty supervised event, held off of school property, to observe the Olympic Torch pass through their area. When television cameras began to turn in the direction of a group of students, they unfurled a banner with the phrase “BONG HiTS [sic] 4 JESUS”. The school principle, Deborah Morse, told the students to remove the banner and one of them named Joseph Frederick refused, compelling Morse to confiscated the banner claiming it promoted illegal drug use and suspended Frederick . The school district superintendent supported Morse and permitted the suspension, stating the banner was in violation of school policy by endorsing the use of
Recently, the Junior Civitan Club held a charter ceremony to officially recognize the club as part of Junior Civitan. This was a very momentous occasion for not only members and sponsors of the club, but for the school as well.
Lands End School is a preschool and childcare center that is located in San Francisco, California. It is formerly known as Cheryl Andersen-Sorensen Childcare Center. Lands End School accepts infants, toddlers, and preschools. They strive to provide an intimate, nurturing environment for the children within the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center family and surrounding
The Ka'u School of Arts has been based in Ka'u since 2004. The school's mission is to strengthen not only it community but other communities a well. It also wants to empower individuals in Ka'u by providing learning experiences, opportunities to show their gifts and talents and to teach and share their culture. They also have a vision that each individual in the district of Ka'u is aware of their own creativity and innovation that they each hold within themselves. They believe that with the individuals becoming aware of the talents they possess that they will have better opportunities and careers for themselves.
This past year, I have been motivated to keep up my grades and work hard because of Adams' National Junior Honor Society program. I have aspired to be in the Society since I read it over the summer on the Adams website. I was so excited when I received this letter because it meant I had a chance at making the program. I want to be in NJHS because it will teach me how to manage my time, organize events, and work with others. Working with others who also value academic success contributes to my will to be in the program. Together, we can help each other grow and thrive in the community. We can also collaborate to help those in our community who aren’t in the position to speak out for themselves. I read about an NJHS group that organized an event where they donated toys to children who are less fortunate. They spoke out in school and changed the lives of many young, unhappy children through the program.
Each year, the National Beta Club sets out to find the most motivated, bright, and involved seniors within the organization. Upon discovering these students, each is named a beta scholar and is rewarded with a scholarship toward pursuing their higher education. The process is highly selective and competitive, with only 256 nationwide being recipients of the honor. This year, Pickens High is proud to announce that one of our own emerges amidst these ranks- Ginny Morris. Through years of hard work and perseverance, Ginny has climbed her way to the top. A salutatorian, senior class secretary, and a Beta Officer, amongst numerous accomplishments, it comes as no surprise that she has earned this prestigious award and scholarship. Congratulations,