This time, all the schools in Los Angeles were in the competition. I was the only sixth grader chosen to go there, and it was a big honor to me. I also didn’t want to make my coaches and parents disappointed. I was chosen to represent two of my competitions, Hovercraft and Scrambler which are my engineering classes. While waiting for my competitions to start, I practiced with my coaches and thought to myself, “I can do this, I can do this, I can do this,” hopefully trying to increase my confidence.
He is the son of Fred Trump, who made a fortune in the real estate business back in early 60s. Donald Trump inherited the business and multiplied it manifolds. But it’s not the real estate business that made him popular. It’s a reality TV show called ‘The Celebrity Apprentice’ in NBC, which was hosted by Donald Trump. Millions of Americans watched the show for years after years.
Choose your fights wisely, but do be prepared to take on a big fight, if it is important enough to commit everything. You may lose, but Oliver shows that dedication and passion can mean that a catering college educated son of publicans, with little academic background can do better than win the ear of Prime Ministers, he can create an environment where senior politicians can barely afford not to take him seriously, Work Hard Without a doubt, Oliver works hard. His is not a glitzy celebrity without substance. He puts in the hours and models what he expects his followers to emulate. He doesn’t tell, he shows.
Wilt played outstanding in high school, which led to over 200 universities recruiting him. He chose the University of Kansas and in his first varsity game he scored 52 points. Wilt led the Jayhawks to the NCAA finals, but lost in double overtime to North Carolina. He averaged a little bit over 30 points a game and was selected twice to All-American teams during his college career. Just like in high school, Wilt played fantastic in college and he knew that it was time to go pro.
One negative thing about Coach Pennington is that he has a temper when his team loses or does something wrong, considering the fact that he came from a very successful school (Wichita Falls High School/Old High) and succeeded in sports as well. If Coach Pennington wasn 't the way he is now, he would be very rude and unforgiving to his team. Coach Pennington is as supportive as if the players/students were his own, and I believe that he has a strong character.-87
I am a hardworking, intelligent young man striving for a bright and successful career to be a computer scientist. It all started when I was 15 in the 10th grade taking a computer class I developed a passion for working on computing devices. Throughout my childhood, I have had to transition a lot from going to two different elementary schools, leaving America to go to Trinidad & Tobago for two years, and then coming back to America. Imagine having to make new friends every time you change schools. Picture being seven years old on a plane to a new place by
Entering my first high school track and field season was so exciting--it was the start of my discus career where I could actually compete amongst other talented throwers in a span of many more meets. I felt confident since I had always been advanced in my years of throwing since I started at around the age of 9. Learning from an experienced and intelligent coach, I felt there was no way I could not succeed, but then a problem arose. The man who had been coaching me for almost five years could no longer work for the track and field team. I continued to work with him on my own when he was available, however, it appeared that other teammates were suffering due to the lack of guidance and critique.
Being on the Science Olympiad team at my middle school was something of a great honor. Our team was renowned for doing well at the state level and for consistently qualifying for the national tournament. They had a tradition of excellence, and they wore it well. To even be considered, hopeful applicants had to take a grueling two-hour test about general science knowledge. Some were outright rejected, and the lucky few that qualified were sorted between a junior varsity team and a varsity team.
Every since I was young, I loved learning and was fascinated about seeing how things work, creating my love for science. My father a physics professor at Southern University helped me love science and education as he told me stories of him living in India a developing country at a time where education was not common. The stories of his life and his passion for it has led me to want to pursue a career in Theoretical Physics.” He continues on and informs me that he is studying science every day to help him accomplish his goal of going to a top physics university where his parents are supportive of his goal, and will help him out any way they can to help him accomplish his goal. He also informs me that hard work in education can pay off as he received the honor of being the Student of the Year at Westdale Middle School, where he beat his friends Eric Wang and Kevin Parnell. Prashanth is currently a student at Baton Rouge Magnet High School where he is enjoying learning and competing with other hard working
A simple example that comes in my mind is when I was 12 years old, my brother showed me that he can solve a rubik’s cube. I was surprised and at the same time, I committed to myself that I had to be able to do it too. With my brother’s help, I finally managed to remember all the tricks within 2 days and solve the rubik’s cube for less than a minute. I believe my persistence and passion for knowledge has allowed me to become more confident in myself, and in the work I do. Other than that, my optimistic attitude has shaped me into who I am now and who I will be.
This eventually turned out to be a good thing, as he won a national contest with his discoveries in high school. Later, he married Pem Gardner Farnsworth and had four kids, Kent Farnsworth, Russell Farnsworth, Kenneth Farnsworth, and Philo T. Farnsworth III. As mentioned before, Philo won a national contest in high school. Besides that, he sketched an idea for a vacuum tube. This concept later revolutionized the television industry.
Have you ever dreamed of becoming one of the top students in your school? Nathan Tenorio fulfilled that dream when he was a kindergarten pupil. On March 22, 2015, he ranked number one in their class, and received numerious award. This was the time he realized that nothing is impossible to those who gave their best to achieve their dreams. Nathan was born on July 16, 2008, in Labo, Camarines Norte.
The author was using an allusion referring to Jesse Owens. Before Rudy died at such a young age, he always wanted to succeed. He became a great athlete and a very smart kid. Of course, everyone has flaws and his was to show off and he lets his ego get in the way. To prove he’s gotten more successful to everyone, including his new Hitler Youth leaders, he won many medals at the Hitler Youth Carvinval which drew the attention of the Nazia on him, who were trying to find the smartest and most athletic kids to the new and “improved” school.
Right? ...Guys? Um, ya, sorry we are in the middle of a game right now and it’ll be a while so you should probably go do something. (BOOM BOOM ; sound of bullets and bombs from the video game console) … oh ok, I guess I’ll see you guys at school tomorrow then, right? (desperately) … (giggling) ya whatever’s dude.” Jack Cadder is about as average as a teenager can get, 17 and desperate to fit in with the group in high school that is known as popular.
Good afternoon. Elections is your time to choose who you think is fit to lead you. A good student body president possesses qualities such as leadership, creativity, responsibility, dedication, and much more. As a student that has been attending Rio since kindergarten, I believe I am a good candidate for student body president. My achievements include Math Olympiad, Academic Pentathlon, Hazelton awards in third and sixth grade, and a 4.0 GPA.