At that moment hundreds of different feeling rush into my head. I’m filled with joy as my first high school medal hangs from my neck. My dedication, hardwork, and time I’ve put into this sport all hangs on my neck with this medal. As I step down from the podium I make a promise to myself that I will never allow myself to be in a position like this again. I promise that I’ll never let my team and myself down again.
Lastly, were the all of the Nolensville government officials and Nolensville department of emergency responders that led it the parade out with loud horns that made everyone get loud. After the parade was over, I had realized that this was bigger than just the Homecoming parade or even the Homecoming day. I realized that this was the day the town had been waiting for a long time and it was obvious in seeing the crowd. I will always remember the parade as one of my best high school memories when looking back on the
I started my presentation and going on I started feeling more confident. I started looking up to my classmates and I felt like I was the teacher there and that English was not my second language but my first. I got most of their attention because my examples explained everyone’s everyday life.
Rhetorical Analysis – J.K. Rowling “The Fringe Benefits of Failure, and the Importance of Imagination” The author of the famous Harry Potter series - J.K. Rowling held this speech during a graduation ceremony at Harvard University. The speech was to the Harvard graduates from June 5, 2008 and was held outside in the famous ‘Old Harvard Yard’ as a tradition. The purpose of the speech was to celebrate and congratulate the graduating class. Her speech is a motivational speech for the graduates but as well a form of occasion speech because it has experience, comfort, empathy, and humor. She gives encouraging words to make them proud of their achievements.
To me, it’s home. The same feeling of ecstasy I get from playing music and marching has given me new experiences I can use for the future. I now not only have better interpersonal skills but I also have an extreme respect and will to work hard at everything. As a freshman in high school, band helped me form bonds I would not have made
I am interested in being a Link Crew Leader for many reasons. My sister who graduated in the class of 2016 was a Link Crew Leader and from hearing about the duty of being a Leader and how much fun she had excited me to want to become one. Another reason I want to be a part of Link Crew is because I remember my Link Crew day when I was a freshman, and how much fun it was. It assured me that I made the right choice in picking where I would spend my next four years. The activities helped me open up and meet my fellow classmates, which made my first few days of school much easier for me.
I was so nervous and afraid of failing that I will stop my exam for a few minutes to just focus again. When I got my final report card I discovered that I passed each final exam and I was so thrilled. The next year in 11th grade, I worked hard from the start and achieved really high grades and knew that if I wanted something I had to work hard for
I was constantly with my best friend during the last three days that was leading up to the moment. His name was Daniel, we have known each other since kindergarten, and he was a big asset to the team. Daniel would always say, “Edgar, I know how much this game mean to you, but no matter if we win or lose, I’ll know that you would’ve given it your all”. I was inspired by his statements because he was always that motivational friend. The end of the school day came upon us and we both headed down to the field for training.
Our most appreciated administrators and teachers, dear parents, adored friends, ladies and gentlemen, a pleasant morning to you. It is a great privilege for me to be standing here in front of you to express the happiness that we feel in our hearts today. I am Amal a student who has been going to AIS for 8 years now. They say “Today we learn, tomorrow we lead”. That’s true those three years made a difference.
I definitely can do this.” Somehow, I started feeling that I can do it. That I can say my speech without messing up and embarrassing myself in front of all my classmates and their parents. I reached the front of the room, feeling a lot better about my speech. My teacher handed me a certificate and we turned to where my parents were sitting and smiled so they could take a few pictures. Then, my teacher stepped away to the side of the room, so I could begin.
Having a combination of what we learn since day one through all the semester and adding all or some of the topics on future projects was an outstanding way to keep learning not only the previous topics but the new ones we touch during school time. Sharing in class our progression was awesome because it showed us how behind or ahead we were with our work, but the most important the extra help or feedback we got from other students. I personally think it was worth the time we spent in class since I always went home after each day of class knowing that I had learned something knew in my life and that I will be using in my
How do you see yourself contributing to the college or university of your choice? I really want to become involved with any type of student leadership that is available. Over the past year I have been excited to come to school every day because I have to opportunity to be around and talk to so many great people. I definitely want to leave my mark on the community of students and make a positive impact on the school and students. I have developed skills in leadership and responsibility that I want to utilize to make the school a better place for others.
At first, I wasn’t so sure, but after a few days, I was now a part of my school’s math field day team, along my twin brother, Anthony. That was a decision never regretted in my life, as it showed me that I wasn’t alone, that their were others like me, and able to make friends within my team, which in turn taught the truth of this world. Days had passed by, as my team and I were studying, working hard, and overall hanging out with each other. And then, the day of the competition was finally among us. However, I was not nervous, I was ready, confident that we would win.
Approaching Prairie View A&M University was very exciting for me because my high school mentor, Ms. Hill-Jones, graduated from PVAMU and shared amazing stories with me about the students and staff. Hearing such great stories about the school my expectations were high, so once I arrived to the school and got situated I expected to be greeted by the staff but what I received was a nice to meet you and goodbye. My disappointment level started to rise then after that I began to walk to the café or msc as they call it ; when I entered I was greeted by this kind old woman, “How you doing young man?” she said really sluggish. I replied with a simple fine then happen to tell the lady my entire situation then she respond enthusiastically, “Honey, You’ve been here for less than a day give it time baby.” After hearing her words of encouragement I started to see things different and stopped my rush thinking and gave it a few months and