I am a hardworking student that gets their work done. I’m used to getting straight A’s on my report card and great things said from my teachers. I study hard when I need to and I stay focused. I feel that going to Renaissance High School will challenge me academically. I will also be surrounded by others who are willing to learn and think that education is important.
It is a honor to be admitted to be considered for the National Junior Honor Society. Over my first months at Hickory Creek middle school, I had heard about the national junior honors society. In the beginning, I thought to myself, What is this junior honor society? I wonder what they do. Over the course of the winter I found out how the NJHS helps give back to the community and helps its member succeed academically.This things stood out to me because I try to excel academically while, giving back to people and I feel that I meet the standards to join the NJHS.
The Dr. John Grieco Campus of Bergen County Academies High School appears to be an excellent school for me to attend, and I would love to spend the next four years learning there. Ever since I began sixth grade, it was clear to me that I would want to enroll in this school. I feel that I would make a wonderful addition to this academic institution because I have been an overachieving student all my life. I have participated in school programs such as Advanced Math, WEL (Wyckoff Extended Learning), and TAP (Talented Art Program). I have also been on the Honor Roll at Eisenhower Middle School since the sixth grade. Going to this school would be a fantastic experience, and I hope that I will be accepted.
The National Junior Honor Society and I possess a common vision. I, like the members of this Honor Society strive to make Stinson an all around friendlier environment and spread positivity school wide. I believe I would live up to be an outstanding member of NJHS because, I am exceptionally responsible, and will have an opportunity to express ways to help further our school’s reputation.
I would love to attend Wake STEM Early College High School because I believe it will give me a head start on my learning after the high school level. Your program will improve my college experience and save thousands of dollars in college tuition by giving me an associates degree and high school diploma upon graduation. I am also exceedingly interested in a career in science or mathematics. I have always been focused on learning science and math because it is something I love to do and I can have a successful career in the future by using those skills. I understand that attending this prestigious school will require a certain level of maturity and willingness to work hard. As an 8th grader at West Lake Middle School, I am a member of the National
Upon review of your website, I was delighted to see the success you have had in preparing students to attend college. I was also impressed with the progress you’ve made in closing the achievement gap. I wish to help you to continue to achieve amazing results and see no better way to do so than through employment with you. My commitment to urban education is evident though my educational decisions (pursued a B.A. in Mathematics and M.S.Ed in secondary education) and experience working as a math teacher at La Granja School, a math tutor at Roberts Wesleyan College and as a student teacher at La Salle School.
1. Why did you elect to file an application for employment with Chesapeake Public Schools? I filed an application with Chesapeake Public School systems, so that I could become a part of an organization that values teamwork, dedication, and academic success. Chesapeake Public Schools exhibits a positive, collaborative, and cooperative learning environment not only for the students but for their employees as well. Being committed to the academic development and success with the help and support of students, parents, teachers, and other staff members is a plus to any working environment. These are great attributes for any organization to possess, which is why I chose to become a part of the Chesapeake Public School.
My purpose in applying for a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership is to advance my academic career through the qualities and the values of Jesuit teachings and to expand my ability to become an effective leader. As part of my personal goal, I would like to be a bridge
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ mission statement is to fulfill President Lincoln's promise "To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan" by serving and honoring the men and women who are America's veterans. The department attempts to fulfill its mission through its Core Values. These values are captured in the acronym “I CARE”. It stands for Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect, and Excellence. The department has a presidential cabinet secretary and is responsible for overseeing all veterans’ affairs on behalf of the United States government. The department has three administrations: Veterans Benefits Administration, Veterans Health Administration and National Cemetery Administration which
As the principal of any school you have the increased responsibility for the compiling to the rules of the local school district as well as state and federal guideline. This becomes especially true as you undertake the challenge of serving as principal of the Elm Street Elementary School.
I am interested in becoming a member of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) because it will help boost my leadership and social skills, character, citizenship, and help me to become a better scholar. These skills are important because they will help me learn to listen to other people’s ideas and share ideas with others. Also, NJHS will help me learn to lead and take charge, help my community, and maintain a good GPA to get into a great college. I am also interested in being a member of National Junior Honor Society because my sister was in it when she was in middle school and they did multiple interesting and productive projects, activities, and field trips.
As an observer at David Lawrence Elementary School, I was able to attend an event located at Florida International University located in North Miami, Florida conducted by David Lawrence and MAST@FIU High School. The event took place on November 23rd 2015. The school’s administrators from David Lawrence, along with eight
All leadership qualities such as scholarship, character, citizenship, leadership itself, and service should be exemplified as an NJHS member at Claughton Middle School! However, one quality that attracts my attention the most is "leadership". This outstanding quality drove me to believe that "leadership" should symbolize our school's organization, National Junior Honor Society.
I have heard about National Junior Honor Society way before Middle School. Students who are members always are exemplary students and are of good characters, well enough to be my role models. Ever since my elementary years, I have maintained all “A”s grade, I always have interest in leadership and service, and I always thirst for a challenges and accomplishments.., things that I know will make a good fit to be a member of this prestigious organization.
I would be honored to be part of the Marshall High School National Honors Society because I enjoy helping out the community in many ways. I like the feeling of knowing I helped out the community. In the future, I would like to take some of the qualities I may acquire from NHS on to college and future communities; team work, communication, leadership, time management, and taking the initiative are all qualities I believe are very important for the future. Being in NHS would help push me to do well in not only school, but everyday life as well. I believe NHS will help motivate and inspire me to go above and beyond out of my comfort zone to try new things.