Throughout my educational career at St. Paul High School I have been involved in many roles of academic excellence and leadership that I believe have well-prepared me for my future. As a freshman and sophomore, I received two ACE Awards for maintaining a minimum 4.0 GPA and as a junior
As a sixth grader, I was introduced to the idea of serving my country. However, I was not then and still am not interested in enlisting and being sent to boot camp. I wanted something that I knew would challenge me not only physically, but mentally too. That is why I decided to pick the United States service academies, specifically the Naval Academy, my goal for college. I have worked since early on in middle school to achieve this goal and have made myself an extremely competitive candidate for all three of the academies. Once I push through my first year at an academy, I aim to either study mechanical or computer engineering. I have learned that both of these courses are some of the hardest majors offered, although I feel as if that I can handle it. My indecision between the two has arisen due to my fear that I will not enjoy the path that I end up choosing. I have realized, however, that engineering is my calling, along with serving my country and living a life that I can be proud
As a student at Indiana University Northwest, I would like to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. I consider clubs and school involvement a valuable resource that can further my education by gaining new experiences and making new relationships. I believe that they can help me grow as a student at IUN and as a member of society. I was raised in a home that regarded a hard work ethic as the key to being successful in anything. In response to my upbringing, I pushed myself hard not only in school but also in life. At some points in my highschool career I would have trouble balancing school and my 3 jobs. I pushed myself to my limit and eventually eliminated one of those to reduce my stress level and increase the quality
During my high school career, I have been involved in numerous activities. One of my favorite and most impactful activity was FFA. I have participated in many career development events and have competed successfully on the state level. I have been a team member of the state winning Ag Issues and Parliamentary Procedure team. Also, I have won the state Prepared Public Speaking contest as well as earning a national semi-finalist title. In addition, I have achieved leadership positions. I have served as my chapter’s Reporter and a mentored Agriculture 1 students. Another pivotal activity that I have participated in is 4-H. During 10 years of membership, I have served as my club’s Reporter, Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice President. Six of my static
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
On January 22, 2001, I was born at Rex Hospital in Raleigh, North Carolina. My family and I traveled around for about a year and a half of my life before settling down in Augusta, Georgia. We stayed in Georgia until I finished preschool, then we moved to Greensboro, North
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
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
I attended Shenedehowa High school from 2011 – 2015. I graduated with an advanced regents diploma after maintaining High Honor Role status for all four years I attended. During my High School career I took mostly honors level courses as well as two Advanced Placements Courses (AP Computer Science and AP United States History).
Introduction of the college UW-Madison is a State University. This means the school is a state-funded institution with a campus located in that state. UWM currently has over 40,000 students enrolled in their school. It also has over 2,000 faculty members.
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.
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
All throughout my career in high school I have been told we are learning things to better prepare us for the lives we are going to lead. Also we are told that we are preparing for college as well in terms of the information we are required to learn. With that in mind I have tried to keep more practical things in mind when going about my learning and I have tried to pick classes that would challenge me and allow me to grow in some way. When looking at the future in terms of what I would like to continue learning or what I want to start learning there are a lot of different things that come to mind. First and foremost I want to learn things that I can use in my everyday life in the form of a job or something else and I want to be challenged by
An Irreplaceable Experience My future after high school did not come as easy as some people’s may. I was at a confusing state where higher education was necessary, but was it worth it? I completed my ACT test, visited multiple colleges, and was accepted to the colleges I applied for. The path of my future was still very unclear, until I visited the University of River Falls the fall before my high school graduation. The thought of independence, finding new friends, changing my values in life, and proving to those who love me who I can become, left me without a question that I would become part of the Falcon family.
Consider how you see your future career "The judge has made his decision, the accused has been found guilty." These are the words that one day I will finally hear. My future goal is to be a lawyer. A lawyer is a professional person authorized to practice law. They defend or