The Farmers Coop Elevator Company Summarize major achievements and recognition Over my high school career, I have been given the chance to accept numerous awards in academics as well as high academic honor roll every semester. In the classroom academically, I have received academic achievement medals in Nutrition Sciences, Sciences, Business, Spanish and Math related courses. These are given to the top two students in the class. I have taken numerous college level courses throughout high school and was named to the president’s honor roll at Hutchinson Community College last year.
High school was an extreme thrill from the first day of my freshman year. As I stepped off the school bus and entered the building, I knew that Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School would be my home for the next four years. BrewTech was ranked the number five school in the state, so I knew I was among the elite and had big shoes to fill. As I began to stroll the halls to locate my class, I was greeted by smiling faces of students and teachers a like. With minor bumps in the road, I completed my freshman year in high school acquiring friends that I still have today.
Throughout my elementary, middle and high school career, I have always thrived to do my best. I have remained in the top ten percent of my class throughout all twelve years spent in school. I have made many achievements, especially during my fours years in high school. I earned a grade 5, which is the highest attainable score, on both my Algebra 1 and Geometry End of Course exams, I was accepted into the National Honor Society for maintaining a high GPA and I was accepted into the National English Honor Society for maintaining a 4.0 GPA in English. While in high school, I also have obtained my Certified Medical Administrative Assistant certification, CPR certification, CPR instructor certification, Electrocardiogram certification and Emergency
In my junior year of high school, I came to dominate the role of a junior class representative in the English Honors Society, a secretary in Mu Alpha Theta, and a junior class representative in Science Exploration Club. In my senior year, I became the president of Mu Alpha Theta, vice president of English Honors Society, and event coordinator of the FIU Science Club. Due to the difference in hours of commencement for the AAA program and for Dr. Michael Krop, my peers and I could not engage in the activities conducted in our main high school. Thus, through the roles I presided over, I brought back the high school experience that the AAA program
All the information that you gave me about how to get into college will be very helpful. I will take all the information into consideration. As a sophomore I 'm taking an AP class, and all my grades are above a “B” Most of them are “A’s” . My goal for after high school is to get into any good university. I want to major in criminal minds and psychology, also get a associate 's degree.
Having my high school at the AP program established under SCNU was always one of my luckiest things happened to me. At here, I was trained to be priorly familiar with the U.S. education system and successful after coming to the U.S. where all the students were supposed to go. In order to be prepared, I was trained to write different kinds of essays, including laboratory report, social science research paper and literature expository writing. I have started to write all these kinds of essays since grade 10, and every writing assignment has gone through the process of outlining, drafting, peer proofreading and editing. At college, my writing style hasn’t really changed, yet, the way I write an essay has changed.
While some aren’t as good as others, I’m certainly proud of them. I’ve kept straight A’s for almost all 3 years and I’ve gotten the Superstar award twice. This achievement has made me really proud of myself. While I needed to work hard for that award, I also worked hard for other things. For example, I was able to continue on into high school math in middle school or in other words onto Geometry.
Part 8: Commitment: In my freshman English class, I will work hard and turn in all assignments on time. During freshman year, I will get involved in multiple activities and work hard in all my classes. As a highschool student, I will complete all 4 years with good grades and be apart of many events.
When I add up the years from primary school to graduate school and include work-related certification courses along with classes of personal interest, I have been a “formal” student for over 35 of my 46 years. After hearing this some may think that I enjoy learning, but truthfully learning is not something I have always valued. As a college student, I transferred schools and changed majors multiple times before withdrawing a semester and a half from graduating to get married. Then six months after getting married, my wife asked what I planned on doing for a living. I really did not have a plan, but knowing it would be advantageous for me to find a career, I decided to do what every former aviation/general business student opts to do.
At Calvin Coolidge Elementary School, advanced math class started in fourth grade. I have been put into the higher math courses ever since then. Once I got to seventh grade, I was put into pre- algebra honors and in eighth grade I was placed in algebra honors. I have never had below a B in math ever which shows that I am a hard worker and I aim to do well in school.
She brought her love of math to college with her she took every math course the college had to offer. Many of her teachers horned her so they began to take her under their wings. She was a very bright and smart student. Math teachers and chemist were really paying her close attention. A man named Williams Claytor worked with Katherine and helped with math courses.
During my senior year, I took a leadership role. Some of my duties in this role consisted of updating Rotary members of the status of Interact, conducting meetings, and thinking of ideas for volunteer work. I have also attended events such as RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference) and American Legion Boys’ State to further my leadership abilities. During my high school career I have taken my education seriously.
Taylor went to Silver Valley Elementary School, South Davidson Middle School and now attends Yadkin Valley Regional Career Academy. I have been lucky enough to be able to witness Taylor’s ability to be so persistent and hardworking. Throughout the years she has always stayed on top of her work and turned everything in on time. Her ability to not crack under the pressure of exams has inspired me to always try my hardest even though it may not be easy. Taylor is currently taking Math 143 at Davidson County Community College; even while taking college
My entire life has been me looking forward. Always looking forward and rarely looking back. Learning from past occurrences and planning the next; I have been a sure handed planner all my life. When I was younger my maturity of very advanced for my age, therefore I only had a select few friends. This helped me keep a level head and remain focused.