Alexander High School National Honor Society

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Throughout my four years of high school, I have kept myself occupied by participating in three student organizations that has developed me into a helpful and prestigious individual. My participation in the Alexander High School UIL Academic team taught me the lesson of hard work pays off. I took the opportunity to join my high school's UIL current events and social studies team which allowed me to compete against others based on my knowledge of the topic. By competing, UIL has educated me that in order to succeed, you must be willing to make sacrifices and dedicate your time towards studying in order to earn a medal or a ribbon. Thankfully, I got to place in many invitational events. In addition to working hard, I had the chance to create close friendships with UIL participants and coaches.…show more content…
My time volunteering for HOSA has played a big part in my induction into the National Honor Society. As a member of the Alexander High School National Honor Society, I had the privilege of being a part of a prestigious student organization that also involved volunteering whether it was by helping out at the food bank or donating food products. Plus, I got to communicate with many members who happened to share similar interests. One of those interests was a passion for academic success which was encouraging to me because I believe that if you surround yourself with people who want to work hard for a bright future, you will be more likely
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