Overall, my family has always been encouraging and supportive of me keeping this identity. In high school, was where the fear of losing my identity started to become a greater risk. The reason was primarily that there were classes that became difficult. All through high school I was still able to keep on doing good with keeping my identity. High school for me was a form to see how much longer I could keep my identity going.
The agency influenced me to work harder than before not forgetting that have the one year of high school left and this internship will be used in my resume in the future. I am proud to say that I worked hard and showed them that I am an accomplished and responsible student. The internship not only influenced me to work harder but to learn to focus on what I want and one day be successful like my supervisor. Her story was influential and I admire her work. When I am done with high school I hope I can go to college and meet my dreams.
My major high school goal is to work hard, and not slack off with my work, and get a higher G.P.A. This is my senior year as many students I am eager to leave high school, and I want to have a great time and make the most out of my last year here with my friends. In result, there are days where I do not want to work and and just have fun, This habit will be very bad to pick up, because even though I want to have fun I also have my grades to look after. To me having high grades is very important because it is my key to get into a good
Working as hard as I could to succeed at what was set out to accomplish. The first day back for my final semester in high school was amazing. I was a high school student yet again and I could relax and not have to worry about leaving. My day went by fast, but it was worth it because I didn’t have to rush through my lunch and hurry out the door. The college classes that I had signed up for was well worth it because they are helping me for what I want to do with my life after high school.
Therefore, my unpretentious high school has taught me to engage in conversations with people I know little about, urged me to build a reputation that was representative of my authentic self, and to treat my relationships with value because I understand how rare genuine friendships can be. Altogether, though I can thank my high school for providing me with these opportunities and growth, my utmost gratitude is given to God, for he placed me here and because of that I believe my trust and devotion to Him has increased, which is something I will never lose sight of. Attending a small high school has additionally shaped what I hope to accomplish in the future. As mentioned, small classes played a monumental role in my decision to take college courses, so because of that, I was able to push myself in areas I never would have if I had not
I was a good student and always did my work in class and tried to stay ahead when dealing with school. Unfortunately l I started hanging around the wrong people who liked to do the complete opposite of what I had been doing. Hanging with these so called friends I found myself skipping class and leaving campus more often. I started picking up bad habits early in my high school career. The innocence left my eyes and I started viewing things differently.
I become more firm in this kind of sports. I was also able to help my parents financially for having a scholarship because of being a varsity player and until now I still strive hard for them to know that I can make it despite of everything. And I never forget my studies and participation in school which is very important in my future. To surpass this crisis you should be strong enough, because that was up into success in life. For you to be strong, you must challenge everything to achieve your goals in life.
Intellectual competition is part of our everyday lives, it happens everywhere in school, business, politics and even at your home. Intellectual Competition happens mostly at school between students, they compete for their grades, future, desires, honor for their respective family, and for the schools. Students have a desire to be on top or above from others because they believed that if you have a better grade your parents will be proud to you, which is true. They also believed that you will have a chance to get a better job and successful if you do better in school. So, students tend to become competitive.
“The beginnings are sometimes scary, endings are usually sad, but it’s the middle that counts most” That is true for a lot of things in everyday life, like starting school. Many young people see going to school as a chore and only go because they absolutely have to, while some will even skip school because they see it as boring and unnecessary. However, going to school is incredibly important for your career, future education, social and communication skills. When I first got to high school everything was strange, scary and new, for the first time there were new people to meet as well as new teachers. There was now also a lot more work and homework.
As I mentioned before, my family is, and always has been, my biggest motivators. I have my mother, three sisters, and one brother. Collectively, they have been my backbone. Throughout my life, they have been there to help me deal with the hardships I faced, and they have also been there to help me celebrate the accomplishments I achieved. I know that no matter what, they will always have my back.