My high school career has been very difficult at times, between working, keeping my grades up, and participating in extracurricular activities. I’m proud to say that I stuck with the things I enjoyed. I know that I would not be the same without having done these things. Extra curricular activities at Elcho have truly enriched my
I am deeply honored to be one of the many students to be considered for the National Honor Society. This is something I have been looking forward to ever since I left my former school 's National Honor Society. As my dreams of being inducted are slowly getting closer to becoming a reality, I truly really what qualities are to be shown by those who get the opportunity to be considered. Not only would it be an enormous honor to be accepted, it will show that hard work and effort truly pays off. As I began this process I realized that I’m not the only one with the qualities that are sought after, but in my eyes I believe that I may stand out.
Many people have great accomplishments in their life that could help transition them from child to adulthood, but as a young adult I have only lived a mere eighteen years. I have gained numerous accomplishments through sports and academics that would probably be something to help transition someone. Accomplishments that helped one to transition to an adult through academics is what most people would write a college application essay on but being different I am going to write about an accomplishment that not many people can say they have. The accomplishment I am going to write about is becoming Miss Tree City 2014. Miss Tree City is a local pageant for my community’s fall festival.
I am deeply honored and humbled to be among the brilliant and best students who are being considered for the NHS. I have been looking forward to this opportunity since I was accepted at Brophy. I know that National Honor Society does great things in our world today. I was a part of National Junior Honor Society at Saint Theresa Catholic School and that that has had a huge impact on the person I am today. I believe that I exemplify the four pillars of National Honors Society, those being character, scholarship, leadership, and service.
I also entered many items in the Kentucky State Fair. Although I have many blue ribbons at state level, I am still trying to earn a state champion ribbon. I learned to keep trying my best and never give up! Falcon Through these clubs and activities I learned I have a passion for creating, volunteering, leadership and development, learning, teaching, and giving speeches and demonstrations. As you can see I have learned many things through 4-H that I may have never learned if it weren’t for this amazing program.
Aguila Youth Leadership Institute has taught me many things over the last two years I have been part of it. I have learned many things from how to make myself look better in front of colleges to how to be confident in myself and where I come from. I came into Aguila knowing very little and since then I have learned lessons that will help me now and later in my life. To pay it forward with what I have learned in Aguila I will tell people about this and how it is not just about getting help for college like some people think it is, it is about helping yourself build a future for yourself and generations to come. Furthermore, I will pay it forward by coming back and helping those who are helping me right
High school has been an amazing opportunity for me to gain experience and grow as an individual. By learning about myself, I was able to discover my strengths in school and as a person. I developed communication skills and study tactics that I will continue to strengthen. The knowledge I have acquired through my experiences has allowed me to better myself and to develop the strength and courage to continue to reach my goals. Through perseverance, in my studies and myself, I have been able to pursue my
I realized that I am thankful for everything I have. This experience makes me want to help others as well as generate an impact on other people’s lives. I believe that I have become more understanding and more mature from this involvement. This club taught me more about life in less than a school year than I have learned over seventeen
I have jumped obstacles and I will continue to thrive for success. By helping students with their academic goals, I will be able to provide students the opportunities that were given to me by different counselors. I want to be the change agent for all the forthcoming students that want to access an education and need the encouragement to strive for
I came to Burdick Job Corps as an opportunity to succeed and do good in life. I took the trade of facility maintence and I have already completed. I have always done well with things by learning hands on. Perhaps that is why high school is a struggle for me. I know that I can do it but the reading and stuff gets to me after a while.