Brookdale was named one of the top community college in New Jersey and can really help you transfer into a good school because of their connection. I have learned so much of my time at Brookdale and feel like I could be ready for a four year college because of Brookdale. Furthermore, going to Brookdale was a good choice for me because I am getting good grades. Because I made a commitment into getting a good education and not slacking off I am finally getting good grades. During my time in high school, I would get Bs and Cs, but now at Brookdale, I am getting grades I could only dream of and also enjoy learning athte same time.
She stated that she was thankful for the sessions. She mentioned that she wants her sons to make good grades this school year. Char’darius stated that he thinks he can earn good grades if he focuses more on school. He mentioned that he still struggle in some areas as it relates to school. He stated that he hopes to build meaningful relationships with his peers this school year.
At a young age I was taught to always be polite and have good manners and it has stayed with me to this day. I believe this is how I influence others in a positive way. When people witness me being polite it seems to influence them to be polite. By being a part of the National Honor Society will help me reach one of my goals I had when I started high school. I believe I will be a great and dedicated
From my geographic location to the education and life experiences I have been so fortunate to have. My culture is a mix of a lot of dimensions. Living in a culturally enriched area I can see how multicultural education is just as important as a core curriculum education for our future students. Ogbu states, “multicultural education fosters pride in minority cultures, helps minority students develop new insights into their culture, reduces prejudice and stereotyping, and promotes intercultural understandings” (p 6). As a future teachers, I am excited to learn what cultural influences my students will bring into our
In my experiences from high school, I have had some ups and downs, but now my life destined for greatness. I now have a sound plan on what I am doing in the future and with the guidance of friends, family, and teachers my goals are all realistic and attainable. High school will help mold and shape
Being awarded the Alcorn Achieve scholarship has tremendously help cut down the cost of going to college, while saving my family some money for my other siblings to advance their education. I love being able to further my education so that one day I’ll be able to use my talents to avoid poverty. It is the key to a locked door, just waiting to be discovered. One day, I want to reflect on my younger years and know that I am responsible for something that was done to give me a great start in life. I want to be able to make my family proud of me as well as myself.
Why do you want to participate in the Bridges Summer Program? Participating in the Bridges Summer Program will help me greatly in the transition between high school and college. Reading about the program I have learned that this program is meant to help students transition to a college-level work environment and I know that I need this type of help. The good thing about this program is that they help students individually and this way students will have a better chance at really being prepared to start college in the fall.
Receiving college for free through the ECHS program and having the opportunity to emerge from high school with an Associate degree is the motivation for why I will be attending college throughout high school, I am extremely grateful and lucky to have the opportunity to attend college in high school as not all are as fortunate. Completing the college program means I will have my core classes done, therefore once I accomplish my goal I will be able to concentrate the majority of my time on my major. I expect to become better educated from this experience and understand the world around me clearer. Beginning college is one of the utmost significant decisions that will impact my life forever and to be completely truthful, I am extremely nervous
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).
Children tend to put in more effort when they trust their tutor and they start showing more interest in practising outside lessons which results in remarkable improvement very quickly. Reward your child Its as important to give tangible rewards to your children as it is to show verbal appreciation in order to encourage her to pursue her interests. Perhaps her favourite movie, an ice cream or a little extra TV time should do the trick. But be true to yourself and reward her only when she has earned it and not to favour her.
I would like to be apart of ASB because I’m interested in helping Medea be the best school it can be. I always like to learn new things and I will appreciate new experiences learning from seventh and eighth graders. I am responsible and I am excited for my leadership skills to be tested. Also, I will gain more responsibility and learn more leadership skills throughout my time in ASB. As part of ASB, I will be able to work with other students who have similar interests and want to be fellow leaders at Medea.
My sister graduated from Cheverus with excellent grades and now attends a very good college. Cheverus helped her academically, socially, and spiritually. My goal when I graduate from Cheverus is that I will have the intellectual and organizational skills to get into a good school and become a success in the world. I know that Cheverus will set obstacles that may challenge me to think.
Hundreds of people in the crowd all chanted “Starlites! Starlites!” the music pounded in our ears. What made us the most nervous, however, were the other teams, from all over the country, their eyes burning into us, watching our every move. Many of the teams were composed of girls from different racial ethnic backgrounds.