Mackenzie is so sweet, caring, positive, and beyond helpful. She is beyond helpful to me and others. She is a little below grade level in math, it would benefit her to continue to work on math this summer. Mackenzie is right where she needs to be for reading. Mackenzie has a wonderful personality and has been a joy to have in class. I have loved having her in my classroom this year. I hope you have a fantastic summer!
After each day, the students would hang out in the dorms and Gabriela was always open and kind to others. There was an incident where a student had a panic attack and Gabriela called me and stayed with the student until I reached them. Gabriela stayed with the student the entire night and even slept in the room of the student because the student didn’t want to sleep alone. Gabriela’s display of empathy and selflessness was admirable and are characteristics of a great leader.
In High school, she continued to excel where others fell short by focusing and exceeding in her academics, setting an example for others to follow and instilling confidence into others rather than letting them fall into peer pressure. With the help of her
She is a born leader, and works excellently in groups and frequently pushes her groups to reach their goals. Furthermore, I have rarely seen a student more respectful to both teachers and her peers than Georgia. She is a very social person, and is both outgoing and funny. Georgia is also exceptionally creative. She is always pushing herself to look at challenges and assignments in a different way and it always pays off, especially when writing essays and in other written assignments, as she is an amazing writer. The characteristics that Georgia has demonstrated throughout her entire high school career have prepared her for the upcoming challenge of collegiate academics. I am certain she will approach these new opportunities with the same persistency and drive for excellence that she applies to all of her endeavors, especially as she challenges herself with the new learning experiences and community that are available in the college setting. To conclude, Georgia is an extraordinary student and person, and I recommend her to this school with my highest regards. Sincerely, Georgia Beckmann Head of College Counselling Prospect Hill Academy Charter School Collegiate
She is intelligent, hardworking, witty, charismatic, dedicated, loyal, and is an excellent speaker, reader, and writer. As a student, she read two or three grade levels above her grade level and was well read—reading most of the classics at a young age. I was quite impressed, but not surprised when she graduated at the top 10 percent of her high school class and graduated from The University of Texas in
Amy Batagower is entering the University of Delaware this coming fall. She comes from an Israeli family with two older brothers. Amy is very involved in her school academics, as well as in the jewish community. She recently just graduated with high honor roll with a GPA of 4.0. Amys’ drive and dedication to fulfill the goals she sets are extremely prevalent. Her drive to get things done is exemplary. Her work in Judaic studies was astonishing, she went from not knowing any hebrew to reading and writing it. Amy is very loving and caring young lady. She will literally drop everything she is doing to help a friend in need. Amy’s neshama is truly something special. Her sense of ahavas yisroel is astounding. She's blessed with having a kind characteristic
Fabiola was a student in my sixth grade class during the 2013-14 school year at Roosevelt Elementary School. She has a great attitude and a positive spirit. Fabiola maintained good grades, worked very hard each day, and enjoyed contributing to classroom discussions. Fabiola would ask for help when needed and always seemed to have a pleasant outlook on things. She is not afraid to “speak up” or to share in front of a group of peers. I think these are positive traits that will help her in the future.
Gaby has excelled in the classroom, maintaining honors throughout high school. Gaby has been recently recognized as a National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar. She is proud of this accomplishment and continues to excel. Extremely dependable, inquisitive and open-minded, she is an asset in the classroom. She has an innate curiosity to learn
Erika is part of National Honors Society because of her outstanding achievements these past few years. She’s been able to show great, qualities, involvement and pride as a Streamwood High School student. Erika is an exemplary student and peer to many around her. She is respectful and responsible. Her pride is shown through events that she helped organize such as the “Teacher's Appreciation Week Entrance Welcoming” and her participation in the Streamwood High School Marching Band and Streamwood High School Pep Band. Though she believes that school spirit is very important she also knows that school is all about education and learning. This is why she is not only involved around the community ,but also maintains a 4.0 GPA and will never accept
Allison is a sophomore at Seminole High School in Pinellas County. She has never received a grade other than an A and has been on the Dean’s List in school since the third grade. She is currently ranked first in her class (1 out of 506) and carries at 4.64 weighted GPA. To the point, during the 3rd report period she earned a 100% or higher in five of her seven classes, including her AP classes. She is currently taking two AP classes in addition to her other Honors classes and will be taking Dual Enrollment and four AP classes next year as
I have had the opportunity to get to know Zach St. Clair this year during my student teaching at Eisenhower High School. I have Zach in Honors Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry. Zach is a remarkable student that balances academic with extracurricular activities and volunteer work while still holding down a job. Mr. St. Clair is a student that doesn’t find everything come easily to him and has to work for it. At a point in the semester Zach had fallen behind due to his heavy work load and missing an extended period of time due to an illness. Mr. St. Clair worked as hard as anyone at Eisenhower and was able to get his grade from a C to the A he currently holds in a matter of weeks contributing to his 3.56 GPA over his four years.
As seen through her high school transcript, Troytoria is an intelligent and focused student. What you are not able to view through her academic transcript is her extensive extracurricular and volunteer activities that have made her into the student she is today. Troytoria has not only excelled academically but also mentally and socially. She has taken out a great amount of time to dedicate to community service opportunities to assist her immediate community. She has done so through community-outreach programs associated with the Dual-Degree program at Georgia State University. She is also an impressive worker at her part time job at Taco Bell, where she serves as a cashier several hours during the week. Her volunteer opportunities through one
I’ve always looked up to her and she was the one who really pushed me to take this course. I also have a younger sister, Kelly, who is a freshman. My brother, Russell, is a naval officer, married, with the cutest twin boys. I have a three-year-old puppy named Liam who takes walks with me every day after school. I was lucky enough to grow up with both of my parents, and I grew up on a street where I’ve made lifelong friends.
Makenzie Walke is already a great person. She will continue to pursue intellectual excellence through her open mind and positive outlook on life. Kenzie has been in many of my classes through most of her high school career. Her creativity has been key in her sussess. She is always willing to put in extra effort into every project she attempts and her creativity guides her correctly everytime. Her ability to connect with others has been observed in action through class activities. She has been involved with many different interviewing, leadership, and follower roles within the classes she has taken. She always matches the role that is needed for her group to be successful and always has the big picture goals before her own personal goals. Through