Academia has always been a big part of my life thanks to my loving and supporting parents. Thanks to their constant encouragement and guidance I have performed at the top of my class throughout high school. While taking all available honors and AP classes I have maintained a 4.0 GPA and am ranked first in my class. This past school year, after a difficult application process, multiple interviews, and a speech in front of over two hundred of my peers, I was elected Area 9 DECA President. DECA is a national association that prepares high school students for careers in business. I have also placed first at the Area competition in various DECA events such as Accounting Applications, Hospitality and Tourism Professional Selling, Advertising
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Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) has an established community living agreement, which directs all its members on how to carry themselves within the institution’s environment, as well as in the community. The institution’s mission is to offer higher education within a Christian community where character is modeled and transformed to express Christian faith. Students who join the institution are expected to maintain good conducts, which are guided by the Holy Spirit.
Throughout Middle School and High School, I have won multiple Academic Honors and was able to partake in a Leadership Group/Camp. In Middle School, I was Honored as the best student in Reading, won many A-Honor Rolls, a few A/B-Honor rolls, and multiple Perfect Attendance Awards. In 8th grade, I was chosen along with many other students to help mentor the 6th graders moving up to the middle school and from there on I became part of a group called “Michigan Middle Leadership Initiative (MMLI)”, where only 10 students were selected to join. Currently, I have maintained a GPA of 3.89 or higher and I’m taking an Advanced Placement course for Environmental Science. Overall, I have a good attendance record and have never been tardy for class before. At the most, I’ll miss about 2 days of school in a trimester if I become ill.
I have been very involved in my school these last four years. I have served on student council for three years and currently student council secretary. I have been a class officer for two years. FFA is an organization that has been really important to me throughout my high school career. In FFA, I have been the chapter president and secretary. I’ve had the chance to be on the Iowa FFA Program of Activities Committee. I have also received all of the possible degrees at the high school level. I have been involved in band and jazz band. I have been a student ambassador for three years. I am a two year letter winner in track.
Along with being a diligent student who has been enrolled in 11 Advanced Placement classes, I have also dedicated my time to other causes. For example, I have volunteered at public libraries, Special Olympics events, orphanages for intellectually disabled children, and food pantries. While maintaining a rigorous course load and volunteering, I also work at Kumon. I tutor children to boost their confidences and understanding of concepts vital to their future success. Moreover, I have received membership to The National Honor Society and have been awarded an AP Scholar with Merit Award. My dedication to becoming more culturally aware and five years of enrollment in Spanish classes has allowed me to be inducted into Spanish Honor Society. Within
Throughout my high school career, I have been involved in different professional societies such as the National Society of High School Scholars, Mu Alpha Theta (Math honors society), and Business Professionals of America. My involvement in these societies has made me knowledgeable in the logistics of how to run the society, and have taught me valuable skills such as leadership and collaboration. For logistics, I can help organize events such as fundraising activities or philanthropic events as I am currently on the social committee for Business Professionals of America, which is in charge of organizing social events for my chapter. As an elected member for the social committee, my chapter has shown faith in me for my leadership skills and collaboration skills. Overall, I feel like I can contribute a lot of my skills and knowledge to UIC honors college.
Last year, I received a commendable G.P.A of 4.4. This proves that I not only take difficult courses like Honors and Ap classes, but also contribute great amount of hard work and dedication to overcome those challenges and succeed. Other than my transcript, I received man recognition for my academic achievements. I attended many Honor Rolls and received Academic Letter Award every year. In addition, I also participated in competitions, like Junior Math Leagues, Science Fair, and NHD(National History Day), to test my knowledge in academics. I competed in the Science Fair and won first place in school division. In NHD, I have received first place in school, district, and state competition. By participating in these competition, it motivates me to strive higher. Lastly, I am a member of NAHS(National Art Honor Society), NSHS(National Spanish Honor Society), NMHS(National Math Honor Society), and Tri M Music Honor Society. This demonstrates my high interest and excellence in all four subjects: Art, Spanish, Math, and
I have displayed a commitment to academic study throughout my whole high school career. From ninth through eleventh grade I have maintained an average of 95%. I earned a place on the distinguished honor roll every quarter throughout my high school career. I have held a part-time job throughout high school, working 12 to 17 hours per week. I have held positions at at the Coudersport Consistory, and Subway while
I am genuinely honored to be one of the few students considered for acceptance to the State College Area High School chapter of the National Honor Society. I feel that my hard work and dedication in academics is beginning to show through. Throughout my life, I have shown drive and devotion for everything in which I have been involved, ranging from athletics to academics. My mentality has always been focused on helping others. For this reason, I aspire to become an orthopedic surgeon so that my career will evolve around helping others to get the most out of their lives. My summer will be spent volunteering at Phoenix Rehab for fourteen hours each week as it will allow me to begin providing care to the community. Currently holding an unweighted
For this assignment we needed to compute the mean, median, and mode for five quantitative variables. The five that were computed in this assignment were number of total prior arrests, number of prior misdemeanors, number of total prior convictions, number of prior felony arrests, and number of drug convictions. The mean is defined as the average in a group of numbers, the median is the middle number in a group, and the mode is the most frequently occurring number in the group.
A special attribute that sets me apart is my tendency to work hard. I constantly try to do my best in everything that I do. Throughout high school, I’ve always set a high standard for myself by taking rigorous classes, joining sports and clubs, and maintaining a high GPA. Even if certain classes didn’t have any relation to nursing, club meetings were the day before a large exam, or tennis practice was especially grueling, I still worked hard and put in as much effort as I could. With this type of attitude, I was able to maintain Distinguished Honor Roll and a cumulative 4.08 GPA throughout my high school career. I chose to maintain this attitude during senior year instead of taking it easy, as I was able to gain knowledge and experience that
I have been able to successfully handle a professional career while successfully maintaining a 3.2 GPA. I have also been able to be a role model for my two teenage sons and teenage brother. I was the first college graduate in my immediate family. I have showed them that I have the ability to overcome obstacles that has crossed my path while obtaining my degrees. I feel that I have given them the perception that regardless of what happens in life, if you set my mind to something you can still achieve it. It may be harder but with strong will determination the impossible is possible. I pray that my efforts has given them the initiative they need to continue their education and achieve the goals they have set for
From a very young age I knew I would have to work twice as hard if not more than the average student. I was learning and being taught in a language different from the one that was being spoken at home. I soon, through hard work and commitment, overcame this barrier. I’ve received recognitions and award that reflect this such as, academic distinction, excellence in academics, and the leadership award from my academy. I’ve also received a recognition for leadership and excellence in the fields of academics and diversity from Wichita State University, where I plan on furthering my education as an accounting major.
I have participated in cross country and track and field and have gone to the state championships three times. Academically I have acquired a 4.28 G.P.A and I rank seventh out of 87 in my class. While I was in sports I excelled academically and was awarded Nevada All-State Academic Team for three seasons. I am part two clubs, National Honor Society and Future Business Leaders of America. I am proud to be vice president of Future Business Leaders of America, to help coordinate the underclassmen so they can keep the club alive in the following years. One of the most memorable accomplishments in my high school career is receiving Rotary Student of the Month for math and social studies. The Rotary Club rarely gives out this award to a student two times and I was fortunate enough to receive it both