I would like to have the opportunity to attend the Ag-Discovery Program at Kentucky State University because I am very interested in both Veterinarian Medicine and Agriculture. I would like to improve my knowledge and skills which will excel me in college and life. I have gained knowledge and numerous skills through 4H which have helped to shape my future career goals. I love attending conferences where I am able to network with people who share the same interests and common goals as me, gain new knowledge and experiences, and help point me towards the right path where I will benefit the most from.
At Heritage High School i will take Agriscience my freshman year. Heritage High School offers a lot of good agricultural classes. I will have to opportunity to take agriscience my freshman year that will help me out later on in life if i decide to become a veterinarian for large animals. In high school it will allow me to sample the agriculture department. Course one is Agriscience, Course two is small animal science, Course three is large animal science, Course four is veterinary science. Agriscience is what i will be taking my freshman year. Agriscience is not a year long class. It will only
Upon starting my freshman year in high school, I had been in honors Biology, and it quickly became my least favorite subject. Biology was something I couldn’t understand, no matter how much
I am trying my best at school to try to get into college. My three favorite things about school are History, English, and Science classes. These are my favorite classes because my teachers use technology in order to inspire us to do our best in class. Technology is also a big part of entrepreneurs and I would one day want to become an entrepreneur. I would want to become a surgeon if I can not become an entrepreneur and also because I love science. Science is awfully interesting and it intrigues me.
Everything that I learned became even more interesting in biochemistry, where complex chemical interactions unfolded in a dynamic biological system. After freshman year, I started my own research project
A high school class, Veterinary science. It is located at my high school, and it is one of the classes that I am taking. I have this class once every other day, and only on the weekdays. All the students that are in my agriculture class can access it. I have two Agriculture classes, but I will only be reviewing my veterinary science class. I have had an Agriculture class since Freshman year, and I am in FFA from this class. My genre for my subject is a high school classroom. Agriculture is a good high school class, lessons that students can carry for life, with a teacher to teach the students lessons they can carry for life, and a hands on classroom.
When it was D. D.'s turn to saddle up she was resistant to stand still. When I finally saddled her she wouldn't take her bit. The rest of the group was ready to go but we were still fighting with D. D. so we told them to go ahead and we would catch up. Once she took her bit I hopped up onto her back. The second I was up, she reared up all the way and I fell hard to the ground. The lovely 15.2 hand drop made my back hurt really bad and I didn't think I would be able to go on the ride. Yet I sucked it up and hopped right back in the saddle and rode her for 3 1/2
2. What was your favorite class (Atmosphere & Gases, Electricity & Magnetism, Cosmic Lander, Micrometeorites, or Lights & Lasers)? Why was it your favorite? What “science” did you learn in this class? I liked micrometeorites because, we got to see little meteorites that you can't see with your bare eyes. The science i learned was that there are micrometeorites falling to earth everyday.
I had life sciences until end of Grade 12. The fact that my teacher had a degree in zoology and was a well-informed and educated man with great values, made each class worthwhile. Not only did he teach us the syllabus, but took the time to show us extra material (videos, books, photographs and excursions) in order to broaden our minds with regards to certain topics. This man was also my inspiration in studying education, as he was willing to take the risk to make extra time to help struggling
In high school, I always looked forward to science class—Biology and Anatomy and Physiology the most. Life, creatures, and the science behind it fascinated me (and still does to this day). I was with classmates that did not have the greatest interests in science like I did, but it made me more motivated.
The two deer stopped for a second. One after the other they turned around and started walking back into the woods. After seeing them start to leave, the dog went wild. He yanked me down the hill, catching my jacket on the pole to the right. I yelled for him to stop but it seemed he was in a blinding rage. I felt like he was on the verge of dragging me down the hill into the woods if I didn’t let got. Then I realized what he was doing to my brand new jacket. I began pulling the leash back with all my might and once the deer took the last step back into the woods, Dino calmed
High School. I do enjoy my classes because of the people in them and the
It was early Friday afternoon, the start of Memorial Day weekend and I almost lost my best friend. Now usually on Memorial Day weekend my family and close family friends go camping but this year the other family couldn’t go so we decided to call it off. Not having anything to do that day I decided to take my dog for a walk. My dog is a Terrier Poodle mix so she’s not very big. Her name is Pepper and she’s just your average lap dog but she’s my best friend. So i put her leash on her and asked my little sister is she wanted to go and she said no, so it was just Pepper and I. We made it two houses down before the neighbor's German Shepherd came to meet us. There was nothing to worry about though because this is a nice dog, so I thought. Before I knew what was happening the German Shepherds jaw crushed down on Peppers back and stomach, picked her up, shook her like a chew toy, and threw her. The
My junior year I had the opportunity to take an anatomy class.This, partnered with my psychology class, was one of the most fascinating classes I have taken in my high school careers. Learning about the human body fascinated me as it was something that was so applicable, something that related to how I live my life everyday.
I think agriculture can help schools. Through Agriculture in Schools, students ages 10-14 and their teachers receive training in best practices, including compost-making, proper sowing and cultivation. Students who participate learn to appreciate the great importance and dignity of agricultural work. Agriculture will help with fresh ingredients; young people often have a poor opinion of agricultural work. Clearly, this could be the answer to teach students, how to be able to grow more food of better nutritional quality. Agriculture should be an elective or even a requirement at schools.