I should be National Junior Honor Society because I have good character, citizenship, service, and leadership. I show citizenship in and out of the school every minute. I always serve my community in any way possible. I am always a good leader for groups, sports, etc., I always welcome new ideas even if
While I have various interests and talents that have me involved in numerous activities and clubs, the role which best defines me is my involvement with cheerleading. I cheer in High School and on a competitive team at Cheer Athletics which required a significant amount of my childhood to train to reach the highest competitive level. While High School cheer is mostly social, competitive cheer is my passion as it requires significant tumbling, jumping, stunting, and dance related skills that are fine-tuned over many years of training. This hard core training has taught me many important life skills that I believe will allow me to be successful in all aspects of my life. I started competing at Cheer Athletics when I was six years old as I
Zig Ziglar once said, “When you catch a glimpse of your potential, that's when your passion is born.” When you find something that you're good at and that you love, you’re driven to do it for the rest of your life. For me, it's cheerleading. I’ve learned so many things, not only about myself, but about other people and what I want in life from cheerleading. It’s safe to say being a cheerleader has impacted every single area in my life, for the better. If you would've told my ten year- old self that today I would be a cheerleader and love every single minute of it, she would’ve laughed and then probably thrown herself off of a cliff.
Even, some consider cheerleading as just a “hobby,”but competitive cheer has helped me grow as an individual. I learned dedication, time management, sacrifices. I spent countless hours in the gym working on skills to be the best. If there is any lesson that cheerleading teaches you, it is how to be the best as a team and individually. You have to be determined and dedicated to be successful.
There are many reasons why I would like to be a Dynamic Dazzling Dolphin cheerleader. I will be a perfect added benefit, due to my personal belief that most cheerleaders have great attitudes and exemplify a great amount of confidence. I have participated in field and competition cheerleading and both were exciting. At this time I would be honored to put forward the effort to cheer for my school. I work excellent with others, bring great energy, while maintaining a great team spirit.
But trustworthy doesn't only mean keeping a secret it also means that you have to be there for someone if they need it and to protect them. I know I can trust my Dad in any situation small or big. He is my hero. My sister is a big part of my life she has always been there for me and whether or not she knows it I look up to her. She always has my back and I know I can talk to her about anything.
“It is still important to be truthful and loyal, to do the best you can, to make the most of your talents, to be happy with simple things in life, and to believe deep down that you will ultimately triumph if you try hard enough to prove your work.” (Adeline Yen Mah xii) Both Adeline and Mulan wanted to make their parents proud, but they had to battle and overcome obstacles in order to triumph. Adeline’s primary goal was to have success and to make her parents proud, but first she had to fight in some “wars”. Adeline and Mulan are very similar because they both had to have courage and perseverance in order to succeed, they both never gave up or stopped trying during the “wars”, and they both were trying to succeed for their families. Adeline
All-Star cheerleading was a new type of cheerleading. They focused more on athletic training and competition performances, opposed to school cheerleading, which encompassed leadership and spirit qualities. Even though they seem different they both have the same basis at heart. Cheerleaders are promoters of their schools and communities. “Most importantly, they are tomorrow’s leaders who through the development of athletic skills, leadership, and teamwork will be vital members of the community in the future.
The characters that were chosen to play each role fit perfectly. I loved how the director and producers decided to show Akeelah talking to her dad because it allowed the viewer to see how much he meant to her and that he is the reason she spells. This movie was empowering and consisted of a powerful message that encourages you to be who you are and not let other people stop you from doing what you are meant to do. Akeelah had to overcome so many challenges with people judging her and problems with her mom, but everyone was able to come together and help her. I loved that they showed all the people in the community she worked with helping her spell the final word.
Moreover, every single member is equal and an essential part to the team. To the members, the team is rather a whole, a body and a family, not just different girls playing the same sport. My teammates have done an exceptional job in showing that humility not only to me, but also to the other new players. Being a team, we work hard on and off the court to gain that unity with each
He realizes that he will see results from the time and commitment he has put in with Missy. Because Missy doesn’t want to disappoint anyone she is always following directions. Other athletes don 't pay attention and then coaches won 't want to work with them. They don’t think any improvement will come from it. Because of Missy 's mindset her coach had stuck with her.
This means I am familiar with other sides of school, and I can share my experiences and try to make them fit into what we do/what is done in NJHS. I also did cheerleading in my spare time and got to experience leadership qualities. I was made co- captain with a few other girls and made sure I did my job right. I can convert my knowledge of leadership into my time in NJHS if I am accepted into it. I also wouldn’t stray from A’s and B’s, and even now I don’t.
As a member of FPC’s future problem solvers and community problem solvers club I have embraced and enhanced my problem solving and critical thinking skills to allow myself to lead my peers. My pivotal leadership role as a Varsity captain for FPC’s Girls Lacrosse speaks volumes as to how my coaches and teammates view me. As a mentor to other players on my team I aid them on and off the field; offering a friendship they can confide in, and tips/tricks they can use to improve their skills. I work with my peers in various clubs to help better them in any way I can. I greatly understand the importance of bettering our school.
It is a huge responsibility to make sure a child, or sometimes an infant is safe at all times. I am always trying do the right thing, so the child can have someone they can look up to. I am a leader in the sense that I never turn down anyone when they ask for help. I should be accepted into the National Honors Society because giving my service to people, whether it is in school, home, or the community is an extremely important aspect of my everyday
The captains band represents an intuition of the burning desire to lead a group of young women throughout the duration of a ninety-minute game. It’s an honor to be the one who leads the team to success and to pick the team back up whenever we may fall. Being the captain of the team was earned. The