Although life presents you with many obstacles, if you continue to persevere, eventually you will achieve success. Angela’s Ashes, by Frank McCourt, is a good example of this. Frank is constantly limited by his poverty. We watch him stick with his goals and eventually accomplish them in the end. He also watches his mother continually try to stretch the family budget in order to get meager amounts of food. Death is also very prevalent in this book as Frank and his family have to adjust to the death of loved ones.
Challenges and obstacles are everywhere, and everyday people find ways to overcome them all. They are what keep someone motivated to continue trying until they reached their goal. As in “The Circuit,” “from the Grapes of Wrath,” and “Against the Odds.”, they show an example of how they did it. Individuals surpass hardships by persevering to make progress piece by piece.
In this POW I’m explaining what path I am going to take after I am done with high school. Like whether I’m going to college or not and where I’m going to live. I’m also going to create a plan like how much my bills would cost and I’m going to afford everything.
My life after high school is going to require a lot of responsibility and patience, but I know that it will be worth it to my education, and I can show my brothers and family, that if you want it bad enough, you will do everything you can to achieve
Preparation. In order to be ready for life after high school one must be aware. There are infinite ways to go about doing the life that an individual lives. To just being conscious of what is available can help discover the desired destiny. Be cautious, and willing to sacrifice time for the future to come. At the moment it may seem unimaginable but it is truly possible if one believes. Have courage to become someone and make a difference in society all
High school is such a different experience for everyone. We all take different paths and learn new things everyday. We learn trigonometry, how to fix cars, how to dissect a frog, and different laws in the world. The things we learn in class are very important, but along the way of expanding our educations, one will tend to learn a lot about themselves and others. For me, I feel that my high school experience was not ideal and I constantly complain about the outcome. Looking back in grade eight, I had a different plan for me. It took me up until this year to realize that although my experience was not something worth bragging about, I've learned a lot about who I am. I've learned to take chances, be patient, and
There are multiple steps that I must take in my life so that I am able to be a successful person after high school. In addition, I will also use all the tools and tricks my parents have taught me my whole entire life. I feel that my parents have helped me prepare greatly and I will be perfectly good for what my upcoming future holds for me. I will explain how I make correct decisions on what houses, cars, the way I pay bills with either a credit card or cash in hand, and with lots more to come which you will have to wait and see what it is.
After high school, you may consider college, which will eventually lead too some sort of job. But the ultimate question is, will you know how to act around people? Will you be prepared flourish in this social environment? During your high school career, you should highly consider community service. It provides work ethic, preparation for a job, and it may also make a name for yourself.
Work hard and never give up. Keep trying, no matter what happens, never look back. Cherish all the good moments, as well as the memories to come because soon you'll be in High school and after that you’ll be in the big world without anyone to help you, you'll have to make it on your own. I suggest you get ready for high school, find out what you wanna do before it’s too late. Also don't listen to what people have to say, you can do whatever you want if you put your mind to it.
On August 24, 2015, I started high school. With an uncertain future ahead of me, I entered the school with a mindset towards greatness. At first, I was sad about starting high school because it meant I was getting closer to becoming an adult, but now I am just scared of not being at the top of my class, not getting into my choice universities/colleges, and not getting really high scores on my SAT/ACT, PSAT, and AP exams. I still
Number one : Your grades are above all most important. Don’t abuse free time, use it to get a little work done then laugh with your friends. Pay attention in class and please please please listen closely to your teachers. Number two: Love your class. It makes life so much easier. You're in a small school, as long as you're not completely weird you’ll fit in. Friends are essential to a smooth ride through high school. Plus if you get behind on an assignment they can help you catch up. Finally number three: Just keep going. High school will not last forever and it will get straight up depressing at some point, but by all means don’t give up, it’s gonna be ok, and you’ll get through it. It’s been a wild ride for me. I wish you and whoever reads this the best of luck and the funnest of
As students graduate high school they are faced with the overwhelming decision of what to do next with their life. As juniors in high school, you all have
High school…what is there to say about it? Many would tell you that it’s like a jungle of sorts, others say it changes you. Many students including myself, go through all four years of high school setting goals and standards for themselves after they graduate. Your teachers and your councilors tell you that it’s a bumpy road but “you’ll get through it”. Well I can personally tell you that high school was none of that.
Yet, the education does not stop at middle school, for high school really puts all the basic skills from elementary and middle school to work as the assignments and the exams become more challenging. We do not only learn about reading, writing, history, and math, we learn about the people around us as we associate with different personalities, and as we see what we have grown up to be and what we want to be later in life. Accordingly, the high school years are a time when teachers emphasize the importance of graduating and attending college in order to have a “succesful future.”