First time going High school. Today I visited family education center in Chicago Avenue with my mother and three siblings. We all take the replacement test. Everyone get a good scores. But mine was less then 3.point. They told me to go wellstone high school while my other siblings went south high school. after one week I visited wellstone school. While I was looking the school I was so tired.so I thought no way I'm not going this school ever away but I filled the application forms and gave them the envelope I got from the education center. After that week I started to look different school that's close to my home . and one I found Lincol high school. I thought wow this is nice close to my home also had a school bus. Ever summer end I started
Junior year. My junior year I realized things about myself that I hadn’t previously known. Things I’ve never done before and things people thought I couldn’t do. Situations I thought I wouldn’t be in and there I was. Junior year, I did it.
The 11-Year Long Roller Coaster Ella Dutton I, Ella Dutton, have officially been a “lifer” at St. Anne’s. From Pre-K to eighth grade, I have continued to be a contributing member of the community. Throughout the years, I have been a tour guide, led an activity period, been
I am eager for what my future has in store for me. I am apprehensive about the obstacles i will have to overcome on my way to success. I have a great deal of support from my friends and family when it comes to what I am driven to do after graduating from Buckingham Charter Magnet High School. Throughout all the years of my school career, I have always been indecisive about what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. Buckingham Charter Magnet High School has helped me finally decide that I wanted to go to Solano Community College to attend their Cosmetology Program.
With the thought of finally graduating Westby High School, I had to decide what my next chapter would entail. I knew furthering my education would ultimately be my only choice, however the plan for the years to come were difficult. I contemplated for hours whether I wanted to make an extra maybe $5,000 a year or take on less student debt. With a personal finance class to help me make this decision my senior year, it was clear. I decided that to enroll at a two year institution was more beneficial for my financial standings.
My four years at Ludington High School have taught me many important lessons. I wish to talk about the three prominent ones that effect my every day life.
For the last two and a half months I have been counting the days away till the start of my junior year at Dugada high school. I look at my calendar and realize that my first day of school is tomorrow, and I not sure if I should be never more nervous or excited.
This is my first year at Bonnabel high school, I came from Chateau Estates Elementary School, I attended there in from my 5th grade to my 8th grade. I met Keion at chateau, when i was in 5th grade Keion was in 4th, Thats why when i came here and found out that keion was in my grade (9th grade) I was surpriced. Most of my 7th grade and all my 8th grade i never did homework, thats why i dont trip to do it. I definitely don't do my homework. I rather do all my work at school because I know, I wont do it as homework.
One of the worst choices I made was last year at the Burley High School. Last year I did not go to school much, I missed too many days and hardly ever handed in my homework. I was later signed out of school for the last two months of school. The best choices I made this year was come back to school and get a job. Nothing has really changed, but I know now that I will be getting money and will be getting better help from the teachers, being bored at my house is not going to be a problem. I am going to keep myself busy throughout the whole day. My family is also not going to be upset with me, they are going to be proud of me. The choice that I will make right now is that I will continue to go to school, I will not miss a lot of days in school.
That’s the Way I was Raised I have no clue who I would’ve become if I hadn’t gone to Thornhill Secondary School. Our ceilings, although low, had set high expectations for me. And in our small corridors walked students and staff with hearts bigger than I could ever wish to have. Each and every person I’ve met in these past three years has helped guide me through my journey to become the person I am today. My adventure through high school started in grade nine, when I ran to become a senator.
Decisions that do not seem so transformative in hindsight turn out to be life changing. As I near graduation, I realized how instrumental Windham High School has been in my evolution from a timid freshman who was anxious of unfamiliar people and situations to a more courageous person excited to meet new people and challenges.
No matter your hatred or love for this place, it’s all you’ve got and it’s given you all you need. It has blessed you with a preview of the big, real world and all the struggles life will throw your way. Along with this great privilege, we are taught lessons we will remember forever. Senior, Hannah Dennis, says she will never forget that, “You can do so much good, and people are still going to point out the negatives. Keep trying and never give up on your dreams.” Whether you believe it, or not, all the hardships you are being faced with today are only sculpting you into your own individual.
In 2015 I underwent my first practical placement at Bombala High School teaching in English and Drama 7-11; throughout this practical experience I developed all skills in teaching and confidence in front of the classroom. My second practical experience in 2016 at Cootamundra High School I aimed to refine my
As a young boy, I have always been one to pull things apart. Sometimes with force, other times with finesse. I was never concerned with what it was or what it did, but how it did it was the fascinating part. sometimes, I would pull apart an old cell phone and, to my dismay, see a bunch of electronics. I would pull apart a toaster and see the heating coils, the button, and the little latch that kept the assembly together. As I got older, I found out the wonderful thing called math. I could pull apart functions and equations without my parents being upset about a broken toy or appliance. Where (mostly) everyone was in pain to be on a site called IXL, I loved it. I would solve problems by pulling apart the problem and putting it back together with the answer. I would not even look at without even looking at IXL’s solutions I would complete a week's worth of work in three to four days.
Continuing on from 7th grade, 8th-grade year was definitely the hardship for me because I kept someone in my life that didn’t deserve to be there. She started taking advantage of my good heart. She would boss me around making me do everything for her. At that time I didn't think anything of it because I thought I’m friends with a high schooler. She forced me to start lying to my parents about things that I didn’t want to do. When she wanted to hang out with guys they were always older and creepy. We usually didn’t know by the end of the night how we were getting home. While she was doing bad things I would just sit and go off by myself because I didn’t do those things. She has left me in the middle of some random place with no ride. She cared