Last year, I applied to be a Senior Ambassador and I was very excited to find out I was accepted into the program. Being a senior ambassador is a great experience. Starting high school is a very difficult time in any student’s life. No amount of preparing can prepare you for how different high school is than any school you have ever been in. A senior ambassador allows you to directly be a part in lending a hand to freshman.
I am ranked second in my class according to GPA. I have maintained a high GPA while being a three-sport athlete. I have always challenged myself in taking AP courses and college classes to further my education. I worked extremely hard in all of my classes to get good grades. I currently
Every semester was goal was to get straight A’s but with balancing school and a child, sometimes there just were not enough hours in the day to get perfect grades. Despite the demanding academic and home schedule I proudly earned high enough grades to be recognized on the WSU Presidential Awards Program: President’s Honor Roll and I was additionally offered membership to the Honor Society. I was ecstatic to be offered membership to the Honor Society. Immediately I envisioned myself at graduation wearing my cap and gown complemented with Honor Society Regalia. The thought of wearing the regalia was a significant visual indication of the hard work I did and I was eager to show it off to my family, friends and fellow
There are many characteristics that contribute to being professional. The many that stick out in my mind are responsibility and accountability, leadership, honor and integrity, respect, caring and compassion, communication and a thirst for knowledge. All of these attributes pertain equally to the professional work environment, as well as a student in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree Program. An “old soul” best epitomizes my unique character. Serving as a role model for kids of all ages, I relish in my ability to produce confident, independent young women, through the sport of gymnastics.
To the community and my high school, I’m seen as a great role model and the ideal student. In Pre-K, at Pines Elementary School in Plymouth, NC, I excelled and exceeded my work and was able to move up a grade (Kindergarten). At that very moment, I knew I was a very intelligent and unique girl, I was smarter than average, and I had a gift. Since that moment, I graduated from Washington County Union Middle School (Roper, NC) as salutatorian of my class and I’m currently salutatorian of my class at Plymouth High School (Plymouth, NC). I am involved in many clubs and organizations at my school in which I run top positions as vice president or captain.
Throughout high school, I excelled in the classroom and I pride myself in this accomplishment. I currently on course for receiving an Academic Honors diploma come graduation at the end of May. An academic Honor diploma requires each student to take at least three years of a foreign language, at least 2 Advanced Placement classes, and all honors courses for each class, if provided. Occasionally, keeping up with all these high level classes posed a challenge, especially with extra curricular activities, but staying focused on achieving superb grades for collegiate purposes earnestly reassured me to continue to work hard. My current GPA is 4.046, which I am extremely proud of and this GPA ranked me 9th out of 140 students in the senior class.
I like the finer things in life and I plan to have them. I go to school and work to have a better future. Describing my junior year to a stranger would be like a college student describing their junior year. Starting my career in high school is a blessing. You have a good idea of
However, my director had confidence that I had the ability to motivate the team to be better, to organize them and their performance, and to unite us as a team. Sure enough, with a lot of help from my mother and my director, I was able to lead the team through the season, ending with us winning 1st place at championships. Through that experience I learned a lot about what it means to be a leader.
The provenance of the source is a photo of the National Honour Society at West Charlotte in 1971. The students are standing around two parked buses. The National Honour Society should be respected because it is a nationwide organisation in the USA to recognise outstanding high school students. It also has great influence, due to the fact that it has over one million students that participate in the National Honour Society. This source was part of the high school’s yearbook, which shows a truthful account since Lisa Rab suggested that “black and white kids….made real friendships that defied racial divisions.” Furthermore, the person that took the picture was a WCHS Yearbook Staff in which they could’ve staged the photograph to make their school look
I am everyone’s biggest cheerleader naturally and I consider myself flexible in my decision making. Since I am such a cheerleader for everyone in my school, I see how being positive and an active participant in the leadership, helps to maintain an inclusive educational environment leading to success for all students in that environment. My job experiences have helped me learn to be a member of a collaborative team and while I am competitive at heart, when it comes to my students and inclusion, it’s all about what will help them. I am adaptable and organized, which can be helpful in a collaborative environment where things are changing to fit whatever hiccup or challenge arises. I know where my strengths are and I see