Katy High School

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  • Persuasive Speech On Freedom Of Speech

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    post on social media, however, are protected by their freedom of speech. All of the sudden a bigger reality hit home, and restored my faith in America and humanity. You see on Friday, August 25, 2017, the 2nd Friday after school started, hurricane Harvey hit my small town of Katy, Texas. My mom, dad, sister, uncle, and myself stayed in our house during the storm. We lost power in our house for three days. We were the first street to flood in our subdivision, leaving us trapped and unable to go anywhere

  • Leadership As A Leader And Being A Good Leader

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    importance that leaders are a positive guide an influence, so more good leaders are inspired. I believe in this process because I have lived through it many times over. As a freshman in high school, I was incredibly shy and nervous about high school athletics. To make things ‘worse’ I decided to swim, at another high school. Not only did I now have to get

  • The Love Of Our Lives

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    thinks they are in love when they are in high school. We believe we have found the love of our lives even if it just our first boyfriend or girlfriend. I am a victim to this. I "fell in love" my freshman year. A wild, random love that shouldn 't have even started. A hallway craziness, my friend 's like to call it. This love story, if you can even call it that, is how I decided that never again, will I fall in love with a pyscho. Walking with my friend, Katy, to French class seemed so innocent. We

  • Persuasive Essay On Education In High School

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    One day, I attended a high school graduation ceremony. Proud parents and exciting graduates were ready to receive their diplomas and celebrate what they accomplished. The atmosphere was full of emotion, nervous, and some tension. This means the entrance to adulthood has more responsibilities, more challenges such as classes, and time management. For some, like undocumented students, high school graduation is as far as they can get, even if they want to continue their education the barrier of being

  • School Uniform Essay

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    Uniforms should be essential to all schools around the world. Uniforms will provide a more organized school unit. Our public school systems are in a dispirited and discouraged state. Violence, poor attendance, disruptive behavior and disheartening attitudes stand in the way of a child’s education today. Certain changes are needed to return our educational standards to a worldwide competitive level. Our schools should once again become the safe havens and community centers for the education and the

  • Difficult School Load

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    With the increase of financial aid and assistance in the college admissions process, it has made it easier for families to afford to send their children to college. This has lead to a spike in the competitive nature seen in high schools throughout the nation as students strive to outshine their peers. Instead of focusing on getting good grades to better themselves, students now strive for the better grade in order to stand out amongst their class. This pressure to excel above their peers indeed causes

  • The Benefits Of High School Sports

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    Introduction High schools in the US have had successful and popular sports programs that date back past the 19 century and have been a hit to this day. But in the US, high school sports are becoming too much of a necessity, students are more worried about how they will play their sport over how their grades are or if they are caught up in school. But has anyone ever considered, what might occur if these US high schools were to discontinue their sports teams? Would the schools benefit or become hinder

  • The Benefits Of High School Sports

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    Introduction High schools in the US have had successful and popular sports programs that date back past the 19 century and have been to this day. But in the US, high school sports are becoming too much of a necessity, students are more worried about how they will do playing their sport over how their grades are or if they are caught up in school. But has anyone ever considered, what might occur if these US high schools were to discontinue their sports teams? Would the schools benefit or become hinder

  • The Importance Of High School Sports

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    introduced to US high schools in the 19th Century and today, these programs remain and have even gained popularity. The growing emphasis on the importance of these programs may be to the detriment of a student’s overall education. Students are more concerned about how they will perform on the sports field over how they are performing in the classroom. But has anyone ever considered, what might occur if these US high schools were to discontinue their sports programs? Would the schools and students

  • The Importance Of High School Sports

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    introduced to US high schools in the 19th Century and today, these programs remain and have even gained popularity. The growing emphasis on the importance of these programs may be to the detriment of a student’s overall education. Students are more concerned about how they will perform on the sports field over how they are performing in the classroom. But has anyone ever considered, what might occur if these US high schools were to discontinue their sports programs? Would the schools and students

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