I wanted to be in the best high school so I could get into the best college. So I worked my butt off in 7th and 8th grade, my results put me in Academy at Palumbo. In my eyes this is the path I wanted to be on, Palumbo is the place for me to start my future. Me working hard got me into one of the best schools in Philly because of the good grades that I got. This shaped my present life because it showed me that as long as you work hard and stay concentrated you can get whatever you set your mind to.
Graduating high school won't be easy, but if I study hard and turn in my homework on time it will go by faster. I want to graduate high school with good grades so that I have a better chance of going to a good college. Next, my goal would be to Graduate from a cosmetology college. Ever since I've been little I have had the fascination of cutting hair, styling and coloring hair. I think going to a cosmetology school is very beneficial because it's exactly what what I want to do for my job forever.
Why are you planning to attend Oakton? Include your educational goals/career interests/professional aspirations and your plans to meet these goals. I am planning to attend Oakton because having known my financial situation for some time now, going to community college is the best choice for me. This is especially thinking in the long run. My goals at Oakton are to graduate with a 3.5 or above GPA and to take courses to help me get my general education out of the way which will allow me to focus more on the classes that I need in order to succeed in my major and to help increase my understanding with the job I hope to pursue.
If you can transition well to a college environment right out of high school, then that might be the path for you. I believe continued education is the best. Upon graduating high school, students are faced with reality of attending college right away or waiting to try and find themselves in the real world. Those who are not academically nor financially prepared to attend college right after high school will most likely take a break. Taking long breaks from education can distract one and may lead to taking more than one year of a break.
In a couple of weeks the next step to finishing my career will get a bit closer, I’m excited to see what is coming to me on January two new classes means a lot of information to catch. Every time I finish a course it means a bit closer to becoming a Pre school teacher. Moving on to another course is a big step a whole different subject to learn and study, but I feel prepared to go on. I think I 'm ready to move on to the future classes. My advice is to relax and take your assignment very seriously not to rush on them if you give your self time you can turn them in on time and have a passing grade.
In high school, my goals consisted of making the dance team, joining a foreign language club, excelling in JROTC, and having fun. My goals as a soon to be high school graduate consist of two major corresponding things: Attending college in order to access a degree in Elementary Education, and getting my certification to teach Special Education so that I can help those who have bigger problems than simply not having enough money. I’ve learned that helping those who have worse circumstances than yourself is one of the best feelings that a person can have. Dr. Suess explained, “You’re on your own. And you know what you know.
I am looking forward to the second half of the semester. I am striving to be the best student I can be and making the best out of these four years so that I can be the best candidate in the application pool when applying for jobs. Success and failure are part of the learning experience, but at the end of the day, they have been learning
My friend's family from elementary school have me an opportunity to live with them. My grades averaged out to a C which allowed me to see my junior year in high school. My hopes of becoming a senior and finishing high school were fading fast, I knew I would not make it. But, I managed to see my first and only group home. I needed to free myself of any street activities in order to prosper.
My plans of what I am going to do after high school are as follows: I wish to graduate with an honors diploma, enjoy a fun and active summer, and then once that is over, start school at Wright Sate. Whilst I’m at college, I plan on going after a double major: one in Engineering and the other in Acting. Following college, I plan on going out into the engineering field and to begin to profit. As that happens I plan on trying to accumulate some fame as an actor so that eventually the funds supplied by the acting career surpass those of the engineering, though the engineering would always be a good safeguard for my financial life. To prepare for this I am taking as many advanced science and math classes as I possibly can.
I think that we should keep the 8th grade graduations. Graduation for the 8th grade is a big milestone in teens lives, because it means they 're going to high school. I think that it also lets people get the chance to expand a skill of theirs like (for me) art, since they can get awards for things like that, and a few other things. My opinion on the 8th grade graduations, are that they are pretty cool (even though they are long). I have always been excited for my 8th grade graduation, and I bet that it might be pretty fun.