I have always enjoyed my social studies class, and I can tell by Mr. Jenning’s dry humor and relaxed rules that I’m really going to have a good time in world geography this year. As I walked to my fifth hour class, my stomach screamed at me as I watched everyone in first lunch settle down to eat. My religion teacher, Mr. Cormier, wanted us to know our classmates a little better so he had us fill out a work sheet. I was embarrassed when I jumped out of my seat when the bell that signaled the end of first lunch rang, but many others did so as well, so I was not the only red-faced student. The bell sang “Hallelujah” as it signaled lunch time.
I felt this way at first. Over time, I learned numerous important lessons from this class and now I am glad that I decided to attend this class. I will share important lessons that I have learned in this class, relating to the various units we have learned this year: social, mental, and emotional health, drugs, nutrition and physical activity, and sexual health. The first unit in our class was about our mental, emotional, and social health.
I was 8 years old and loved to captivate the audience. My friends and I always wanted to create a small play to show someone, mainly because we found it enjoyable. Whenever we had a small school production in elementary school, I always volunteered to play the lead character. As I grew older, I started to investigate deeper into the true aspect of performing. My passion started to cultivate and evolve, and I gradually started to discover its roots.
Mammadli Gulnaz Reading and Writng4 Argumentative Essay- Rough Draft 09.02.2015 Mandatory Volunteering Volunteerism is included to the high school programs in numerous countries for many years. There are a lot of different types of volunteering, which have a beneficial impact on both community and volunteers.
Every day since the beginning of summer both of my parents kept on saying that I need to be looking at colleges and start applying. Every day they were on top of me about filling out the FAFSA, applications, and taking virtual tours of the colleges. As my junior year came to a close, my mother convinced me to take an AP class to challenge myself and mentally
By the time I graduate high school, I will already have my college associate degree that I will have earned through my hard work and dedication. Even though I went through a lot at such a young age, it has shaped me in every possible way. I was exposed to a whole different language and culture, but I was able to succeed through my strong desire of success and dedication. I am thankful for every challenge that I had to go through because if it was not for them, I would not be the person I am
“Reflection Proyect” Being in High School almost for four years, I have growth as student, also as a person, and I had developed some skills, thanks to my teachers I have had the greatest experiences as a student and now at least six months to get graduated checking my transcript data and looking for my goals for the future, I will like to give recommendations to freshman, since I had passed for that level, and I know how it feels like. My skills in classes of high School represents part of who I’m, In freshman year I had taken easy classes, because I started as an english learning, for me was really complicated because I had no idea what the teacher talked about,but everyday I keep my goal in life,that is be a lawyer, this goal is important
I did my homework everyday, I payed attention, and I actually gained an understanding of the material I was learning. I went as far to ask my parents to give me a tutor to be certain I had no excuses. And now in my senior year in highschool my grade never dropped below a B. Refusal to fail is now in my
As a teenager in highschool, you go through many life changing experiences. Beginning as a young freshman to soon be one of the most empowered kids at school, also known as a senior. Senior year is the year you decide on the story of your life past this point! As a freshman, my mind always revolves around the question what year throughout High school is the most significant for the future ahead?. I personally believe 9th grade is definitely signified as the most effective part of your future because that’s the beginning of your life as a teen, determines whether you can handle the next grade or not, and setting goals at the beginning.
“Free time? What’s that?” I jokingly asked a friend mid-winter. I was a member of six clubs in high school and it was peak activity season, meaning I stayed after school every day and occasionally until eleven o’clock pm. Although I was very busy in high school with all these clubs, I truly enjoyed participating in all of them and they helped me build confidence in my leadership abilities.
Before 10th grade, I had an insufficiently rigorous course load to yield a competitive GPA. After taking the most rigorous classes for a year and boosting my GPA, I have decided to help my classmates tackle the competition at my school by helping them organize their schedules and classes for future academic years. I have reached out to these classmates through class projects and tutoring sessions. So far, I have helped about five teenagers become competitive. I have also frequently volunteered at a local food pantry.
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.
The first year, the Science National Honor Society inducted eight students, including myself. As the first President of the Society, my officers and I developed a weekly peer tutoring schedule in the four main science courses offered at our school, a yearly engineer-off (a competition where students are tasked to produce a specific model and compete to see whose design is the most creative and efficient at the assigned task), and sponsored events for teachers to demonstrate engaging science experiments to students. Additionally, all the officers designed presentations pertaining to various scientific careers, and inspired members to explore further into STEM related
Through my four years of high school by being in clubs, sports, and other activities I have had many great high school experiences but my most valuable experience i have experienced in high school has to be becoming a peer assistant for students with disabilities my senior year. The first day of becoming a peer assistant really changed my life. During the end of the junior year i was trying to figure out what it was i wanted to study in college that has to do with helping children and by the end of the first week of becoming a peer assistant i knew exactly what i wanted to do.
These symbols represent what happens to each character in the second book in the Maximum Ride series, called School's Out-Forever. The wings symbolize that the seven kids, Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gazzy, and Angel, are avian-human hybrids. The earth symbolizes that Max is supposed to save the world. The scratch marks show that Fang will fight, even when his life is at stake, in order to save his brothers and sisters. The two rings represent when Iggy found his real parents.