As a student, I passionately feel that your college experience is what you make of it. I wanted to make my experience one consisting of philanthropy, scholarship, and leadership. As of 2016, I am an event chair, for Relay for Life. Relay for Life is one of the American Cancer society’s largest fundraisers, al over the nation. I chose to undertake this role to honor all of who have touched my heart, as well as everyone who has battled cancer.
Because of his outstanding ability to motivate us, the quality of our music and marching drills rapidly improved. As a result, we were awarded superior ratings and best in class awards during our Fall competition season. My service as band president has taught me the value of a good work ethic, the strength to go the extra mile, commitment, and selflessness. I will carry these lessons with me to college next year and eventually to my chosen career as a Graphic Designer. In an interview with a local news station about our band’s fundraising drive to purchase new uniforms, I said, “It’s a new era for the Ardmore Tiger Marching Band.” I’m so thankful to have had a hand in such a significant
I am deeply honored and humbled to be among the brilliant and best students who are being considered for the NHS. I have been looking forward to this opportunity since I was accepted at Brophy. I know that National Honor Society does great things in our world today. I was a part of National Junior Honor Society at Saint Theresa Catholic School and that that has had a huge impact on the person I am today. I believe that I exemplify the four pillars of National Honors Society, those being character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
There are many reasons why I would like to earn a scholarship for Pensacola Children’s Chorus. I believe, and have been told, that I strongly expemplify most of the traits, if not all, that are desired in PCC scholarship winners. For one, I am known as a very positive and energetic person, and preforming is my passion. I am very happy doing it, even when I have to sing and dance for hours on end. I can’t imagine myself doing much else with my life than preforming, acting, singing, etc.
I am truly honored to be one of the many outstanding students at Seminole High School who are being considered for admission into our chapter of the National Honor Society. I feel that I fulfill the expectations of the Society because I exemplify scholarship, leadership, service, and character in both our school and our community. However, the pillar that I feel that I represent best is service. After more than 130 hours volunteering, I feel that I can truly grasp what service means to our community, and how that service exemplifies one of the pillars of the National Honor Society. Volunteering at the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System truly cemented what my perception of what service is.
Each year, Graduation Rites, Commencement Exercises, Moving Up Ceremonies (whatever you may call them) bring profound joy not only to the students but most of all to the parents and guardians who are always working hard to provide for their children the best catholic education. St. John Bosco Academy has given to our beloved country and to the Universal Church graduates who have been formed and taught in a Christian way, who continue to bring honor to this Institution, and who are still standing tall in the society making St. John Bosco proud. To you, dear students, it is always great to have someone to look up to. Being students of St. John Bosco Academy, I presume you have known our very own St. John Bosco like you know your best friend.
As a person who strives for perfection in all walks of life, academically and as a person, I believe that I would be a great contributor to the already excellent chapter of National Honor Society here at Lake Travis High School. I have always been a high achiever academically, setting high expectations for myself and even take outside of school classes on Mandarin every week. Through chinese school, I have been able to not only learn the language, but also embrace my culture. Growing up in church, I have had many opportunities to serve the community, I have been volunteering at church for their children’s programs since middle school along with VBS in the summer time. I’ve also had the opportunity to go on several short term mission trips in
Because I am not from Alabama, I knew that this program was going to be an excellent way to get involved and meet people in a smaller setting before classes start – but I never expected the impact that the people I met this week would have had on me. Whether it was the amazing student leaders or the freshman in my project group at Taylorville, I met some of the most genuine people in my life and they really helped to solidify my view of this school and made me feel like I belong here, like I’m home. It wasn’t just the fact that we spent a majority of this past week together that made us connect, but it was our drive to
Each year the yearbook staff spends a lot of time determining who we will dedicate the yearbook to. This person is recognized as having a positive effect on our school district. There were so many wonderful people mentioned and although it was a hard we decision we found someone who shined above everyone else. This year we would like to dedicate this yearbook to someone who has changed many lives and to someone many people still come back to see. Thank you for being a Wonderful Teacher, friend, role model, and so much more.
My first encounter with George Washington University was last Halloween. Coincidentally, I had the opportunity to visit the campus and speak to some students. I was amused by its beauty, the amount of history behind and its strategic proximity to the nation’s utmost iconic buildings and how proud and enthusiastic the students were when talking in regards to their school. Inspired by this experience, I wanted to be part of this community and decided to apply. I came to be familiar with Physician Assistants during one of my grandmother’s total knee replacement.