In the midst of baking 40 dozen cookies and 38 dozen cupcakes, I was coordinating with a missionary in Haiti, Krisie Mompremier, who knew what the family needed most. After countless hours of baking, my group and I were able to raise $1250 which we used to purchase basketball hoops, plates, beds, silverware, cups, schooling for the children, and uniforms. Although we were not able to directly deliver these goods to the family ourselves, we were able to see pictures that were equally rewarding. Their faces and gratitude made the many nights of little sleep well worth
I did my homework and the one I liked the most was English. DAY 2: Today, I went to school like every day, I had a science lesson at first I was scared but so study so I'm going to get it right. I went to recess with my friend nicole sleep the bell and we went to classes of religion and we discussed with our tutor about the personages of the olympics. We went to the recess there is comi rice with meat, patacones and salad there we went to classes and we had English in the classes we did a super chevere activity with simple past and I liked there I had social and of there I went to the house. In the express I listen to music all the way when I get to the house I bathe and then I went to eat today comi noodles with meat I loved the food.
I plan to take my high school ability, use them in college to become successful in my career and live the life I dream of. In high school, I plan to be as successful as possible to make college easier. My first goal is one of the most difficult, but one of the most rewarding, being having a 4.0 GPA for a quarter. I have always came close to having a 4.0, but I always am off by one grade. Another goal of mine is to take college classes in school and to be proficient in the classes I take.
Once in college “you can no longer rely on your parents for structure, rules, or academic motivation”(Klein and LaPolla). When someone goes into college or even out of high school, there needs to be independence. College is just a better way to gain independence. College students teach themselves time management, especially the kids that are living off campus. The living situation are important because for students who
I can not rely on others to do everything for me. Ever since I was in fourth grade, I have had to pay for everything I wanted. I pay for my clothes, my car, my gas, my insurance, and anything that I would like. Sometimes I envy the people that get everything handed to them, but I am very glad my parents expect me to do these things because otherwise I would not be as independent. I have made a goal to help my mom cook dinner at least once a week so that I know how to make meals when I am out on my own.
To get a part time job before I turn 16. 2. To do all homework given by school and finish it on time. 3. To improve my fitness by getting 11 on my beep test and get healthier by eating 5 different types of vegetables and stick with the diet for 3 months.
When I was 6, my parents bought an old computer for $25 from a local yard sale with the intention of letting me loose on it. I was thrilled. Motivated by curiosity, I delved into it at once and learned how to use each and every feature of the computer's antiquated MS-DOS operating system. With my father's help and an old programming book by my side, I even created simple videogames for my younger brother to play. My parents taught me to be independent and self-motivated by providing me opportunities to learn by trial and error.
Moreover, we have no excuse of being not educated. The more education you have in America the less stress you will have into in the future, as it provides opportunities for a career and financial security. The American dream is about education being the key to what young kids aspire to be. If you are educated and successful, people will respect you for what you do and young kids will look up to you in many different ways and you can also become a role model for younger kids. Knowing young kids are watching me, I aspire to become a social worker when I grow up.
The reason for this is people fail to realize that high school is way different than college. It is very important for a student to have an open mind for the drastic change their about to encounter in the next four years of their lives. They are both different levels of education that are expanding a student’s knowledge to fulfill their career path for their dream job. Although, there are both similar to one another that involve teaching students to learn both have many differences between each other, I prefer college more than high school based on my experiences. The biggest differences between high school and college is responsibilities , time management and cost.
Internships are a gainfull experience, they supply you with benefits when trying to apply to college. Such as references, a certificate of completion, and opportunities to receive community hours. Eventually make a stop in the college and career center, which provides different services to guide students on applying to college. Senior year The last year is complex. A lot of important things are happening so be alert.