It was really cool for me to do this because I remember being a kid in the camp when I was younger and looked up to the varsity players coaching like they were gods almost. This experience made me realize that I impact and I am a role model in so many children's lives and I try to live my life in a positive manner knowing that there are others people watching me like them. Some other ways that I use my athletic leadership as a platform in my civic involvement is in football we can volunteer at places like Hills and Dales or in track we have a service day when we go out to the other Holy Family schools and do yard work/ helps clean around the
I started writing music as an assignment for my middle school orchestra class. Since then, I’ve written over thirty pieces, taken AP music theory and scored a five, scored films for students in the TV production magnet program at my school, and studied in depth scores by the great composers of history. I didn’t do these things just so I could inflate my ego by writing about them in college essays, and I certainly didn’t do them because I was good at them naturally. Why, then, is it necessary to mention these miscellaneous achievements? Unfortunately, the only way to officially quantify one’s interest in something artistic seems to be making a “laundry list” of their artistic achievements.
Through out my high school career leadership has been a big part of my life. Most of my experience has come from Link Crew, a leadership program at my school that chooses upperclassmen to be a mentor to incoming freshman, providing them with support, and guidance during their transition into high school. This program also focuses on giving back to the community, and our school. My junior year
I will use this useful skill in college next year where i'll find myself always looking for time that I don't have. Another thing that Columbia athletics has taught me is to support each other no matter what. No matter the day,time, or weather there were always fans supporting our teams. The fans weren't just students either, there were school administrators, teachers, and alumni. Living in a small town has its pros and cons, however when it comes to supporting we are always on our A game.
AP courses are supposed to be hard. Their curriculums were designed by the Collegeboard to challenge motivated students and build up essential academic skills. However, aspects like the cost of taking AP exams, Arlington’s policy requiring students to take the AP exam with the course, and the north’s late school year start often create unintentional difficulties, adding stress to already difficult classes. To start, the exam themselves are expensive. At $94 per exam, even students who are able to afford the fee might think twice about dropping hundreds of dollars on AP exams.
Rather, I chose to give up on math and settle with a grade barely passing. My misfortune in math later helped me realize that I needed to change my outlook on school. Instead of dismissing a subject just because I was not good at it, I would rather try and identify what I was doing wrong, and work to fix it. Taking the the ACT engage test helped me realize what my academic strengths and weaknesses are, and how I can use this knowledge to capitalize these strengths so I can be more successful in college than I was in highschool.
It is very important to raise their self-esteem. Through extracurricular activities can raise students’ self-esteem. Co-curricular activities are important for student’s life. They help to develop students’ character and personality so the students learn to be confident. When the students are participating in the co-curricular activities their leadership qualities will be improved.
I take things one step at a time, not rushing to finish anything. I going at the pace i’m able to work efficiently to complete my work to it’s best ability.For example when I was creating a project for someone I admired in my digital media computer class. I started to use this new computer program called illustrator and when I first began using the program it was very difficult but each day seeked help from my teacher .This shows how even though a first I didn’t know how to work the app. Day by day I work hard and took my time to exceed in my learning. Overall, This song describes me well as both an individual and a student in showing how I’m a very determined and hard-working student who never gives up when the going gets rough.