As online schools become more and more popular, a question forms in the minds of many--what are the differences between online schools and traditional brick and mortar schools? Although brick and mortar schools and online homeschooling are similar in many ways, they have many distinct differences such as quality of education, level of socialization, and lifestyle. There are many different factors to consider when choosing the type of education someone would want. It is important to consider all of these factors before making this very important decision.
With these continuous marks, it is evident that I would be able to succeed and maintain a high average in post-secondary studies. Throughout my Highschool years, I achieved academic honours in all of my 32 courses. This status allowed me to support other students in achieving higher academic levels through sharing knowledge, motivation, inspiring confidence, and cultivating a passion for academics. It means going beyond personal gains in achievement scores to helping ensure fellow students have greater confidence and competence in their academics also. I excel in both the sciences as well as classes not directly related to my career path.
Starting a new life away from home can be difficult. Many young adults experience this every year when they decide to go away to college. It is obvious to say that around that age is when young adults start getting to know themselves, and start acquiring better understanding of what they want from life. I am currently going through my first year of college, I can relate to the new lifestyle I started having when I came to CSUCI, but I have also seen many things that has made me learn from other people’s experiences. I wrote a letter pretending to be a worried mother as my project number two for my English 102 class last semester.
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I faced the language problem when I tried to communicate with other people especially with my children’s teachers and doctors. All the time that I wanted to communicate with their teachers and doctors I have to wait for a translator. Another way that language has influenced my life was when I got my first job in McDonalds. Since the first day at work I realized that the only way to succeed in this country was learning English. I attended many schools to learn English, but I did not understand the teachers because they did not speak Spanish and I did not understand any word of English.
My own high school has challenged me thus far, but I am now at a point where I require a higher level. I have already surpassed the obstacles presented to me by my current classwork and I am no longer inspired. GSSM would renew my zest for learning and encourage me to become something better. I am capable of so much more, but at an intermediate level, I will never reach my full potential. GSSM will allow me to advance through challenging coursework quickly and cover more ground.
I am also a very hard worker and always stay focused on the task at hand. I am known to be a great communicator because I always know just what to say at just the right time. It has been stated by my peers and my prior employer that my delightful attitude is uplifting to any
Born and raised in Santa Barbra California, Peter Giovani Petatan have lived 21 years of his life in the U.S. along with his mother and father who were born and raised in Mexico. Although born and raised in California Peter and his family currently reside in Macon, GA. Now as a college student this has been the first time he has ever lived outside of home. Nevertheless, he feels as if he’s able to adapt to this new environment effortlessly in terms of the university and community.
Migrating to Raleigh in Aug. 2012, I had to decide between a community college and a four-year university to further my education. Evaluating my financial standing and my parent’s emotional condition of immigrating to a new place, I took the decision to take some time off. My studies had never been interrupted before, and had always been my top priority. During my time off I helped my parents entirely from their state paperwork to getting to know Raleigh as their new home. In Jan. 2013 I joined a nearby community college and worked my way juggling between my classes, work, and family.
That is who I am: eager and motivated to go beyond the necessary. I value engaging myself in a culturally diverse environment and interacting with passionate individuals constantly stimulated by innovative ideas. I want to be passionately connected with my studies knowing that I will make an impact in the
However, my demeanor may be a disadvantage if I were to be working with another population or in a different setting. For example, I do not think be successful in jobs at prisons or alternative schools because I may have to be more serious and assertive with my clients. Throughout my life, education has always been one of the most important aspects of my life and I believe my academic achievements demonstrate this. Over the past three years in college, I have maintained over a 3.9 GPA and put much effort into excelling in classes from various departments across campus, but particularly within the