High School Essay Examples

  • Describe A Person Who Has Influenced You

    900 words - 4 pages

    Everyone is affected by certain events or individuals that greatly change their life. Many people have influenced me during my life. Three wonderful friends that have had a special effect on me are Robert, Tiffany and Ashley. In the four years that I have known them well, they have been my best friends, and have helped to transform me from a lonely middle school scholar into a happy senior with a decent social life. Popular wisdom has it that, "You judge a man by his friends." Earlier in my life, that would have been difficult, because I had few friends other than my cou

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    Senior Year

    795 words - 4 pages

    As a senior at Lynnwood High School, looking back at the past four years of my high school experiences, I can say that I have learned a lot through the years. As a freshman I always thought that high school was a waste of time. I have realized that my high school education and experience has shaped me into the person I am today. My high school experience and the senior project was a huge step towards preparing me for the future. Senior project has made me realize that there is no one to baby-sit me in the real world. It is like wildness out there and you have to find the path that is right for

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    The Moral Of Joseph

    1420 words - 6 pages

    I came so far in developing the skills that I learned now that I’m educated to have faith in writing a paper anytime I’m ask. I have been through so much criticism from all kinds of directions mainly from my teachers, but theirs this little bit of faith that I had bubbling inside me that I could improve in my writing and I did. So know I’m doing to discuss some of my hardships I had to go through in my life with my struggle of being a good writer and experiences that I have faced. It all started in the fifth grade when my teacher Mrs. Peterson asked the class to write a full page paper on ou

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    William Jefferson Blythe IV

    683 words - 3 pages

    William Jefferson Blythe IV was born in Hope, Arkansas on August 19, 1946, three months after his paternal father died in an automobile accident. At the age of one year old, Bill’s mother left him in the care of his grandparents for the next two years in order to move to New Orleans and concentrate on going to nursing school (“Bill Clinton” 1). When Bill reached the age of four, his mother got remarried to a man named Roger Clinton, although he did not actually take the Clinton name until after he had entered high school. At the age of seven, his mother and step-father relocated to Hot Springs

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    Chuck Norris Biography

    464 words - 2 pages

    Chuck Norris P.7 From year to year everybody goes through life changing experiences. From time to time your interest and hobbies will change. Over the last four years of my high school life I have changed in many ways but also stayed the same. Here are my life changing experiences from my last four years of my life. Throughout my last four years of high school I have changed in many ways. Well one change is that when I was a freshmen I used to be five feet tall and weigh ninety pounds. Now that I am a senior I’m six feet tall and weigh one hundred and fort

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    How To Comunicate With Reindeer

    525 words - 3 pages

    Anthony Collins Art Assignment Art Essay In this essay, I will discuss some methods of communication between the Reindeer people and high school freshman. I will also give my own suggestions on ways I think they could communicate.

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    My Personal Statement

    665 words - 3 pages

    Gabriela Gonzalez Personal Statement Since I was little I demonstrate a very strong interest on study area. I accomplished my middle school at Ecuador, in a very small city called “Loja”. There I developed my studying skills. I always did my assignment and a very respectful with my teacher and others adults. In Middle School I had many opportunities that made me a better person. I am very glad because I always had an important person on my life that motivates me and this is my sister Ana, I love her so much. In middle School I was able to participate in various activities such as Poetry, Ma

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    Me

    613 words - 3 pages

    WHY? All of us have a unique experience. Unique, in the case that we have different experiences. We encounter these experiences because these experiences make our lives going. I, myself have a unique experiences in my life. Let me tell you one of my particular experiences that I had encountered. I really do not know why this thing happened. It was on the early morning of December 18, 2005. I am in hurry to wake up because I am late for the Misa de Gallo. At the church, I saw my classmate; he accompanied me and volunteered to be my seatmate in the church. We enjoyed the company of each

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    Education In The US

    522 words - 3 pages

    Education in the USA Education in the United States comprises three basic levels: elementary, secondary, and higher education. Vocational training, special education and adult education programs are also provided. About half of all U.S. children from age 3 through age 5 attend some kind of pre elementary school. The schools are of two main types: nursery schools and kindergartens. Kindergartens offer more advanced activities than do most nursery schools. Children attend elementary school from about age 6 to about 12 or 14. A traditional elementary school is divided into six or ei

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    Amp Quot Let Teenagers Try Adulthood Amp Quot Rhetorical Analysis

    585 words - 3 pages

    In Leoh Botstein’s article, “Let Teenagers Try Adulthood,” he discusses his beliefs on the typical American high school, and expresses his strong opinions on changing the graduation age. The decision of changing graduation from the age of 18 to 16 would change education for the worst. In Botstein’s article, he only takes the stereotypical high school into consideration. He states that, “After the Columbine shooting, high school students came forward with stories about cliques, and the artificial world of intensity defined by insiders and outsiders.” Such stories illustrate that in the rea

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    Newspaper Readership Among College Students

    1573 words - 7 pages

    Newspaper Readership Among College Students Newspapers face challenges every day, from facing libel suits to meeting deadlines; however, none more threatening than the decline of newspaper readership. As the availability of news increases on an increasing variety of sources, the newspaper can become a tired old way of getting news. However, the elite people within our population continue to rely on newspapers for information (Chan & Goldthrope, 2007). Aren’t college students supposed to be the elite? If college students are supposed to be the elite shouldn’t newspaper readership be high

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    Describe A Friend

    368 words - 2 pages

    In my life,there are many important things to me: my parents, my studying, my part-time jobs and my friends-a part of impossible lacking.I have a lot of friends but there is just one close friend. We both are different from characteristic and hobbies, though, we almost always share evreything not only difficulties but also happiness or sadness. We made friend each other in high school. Khoa- his name impressed me by his appearance at the first time when we met.He has a good looking,especially when he smiles, he becomes very friendly.My friend has a brown skin which is very

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    Describe A Person Who Has Influenced You

    353 words - 2 pages

    Everyone is affected by certain events or individuals that greatly change their life. Many people have influenced me during my life. Three wonderful friends that have had a special effect on me are Robert, Tiffany and Ashley. In the four years that I have known them well, they have been my best friends, and have helped to transform me from a lonely middle school scholar into a happy senior with a decent social life. Popular wisdom has it that, "You judge a man by his friends." Earlier in my life, that would have been difficult, because I had few friends other than my cousins. I concentr

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    My Identity And High School

    761 words - 4 pages

    High school is a weird time of a person’s life. There are teenagers who take high school seriously and don’t worry about the socializing part of high school. After years of trying to build up identity and friends during middle school, students are expected to mature the minute they enter high school, I didn’t take this into consideration. I never realize how much high school success would be to my future. If I would have studied more when in high school, I would have been a college’s dream candidate. How has high school affected my identity? During my high school years I did not always a

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    Moving For A Better Life

    758 words - 4 pages

    My twelfth birthday was coming up when I found out I was moving to America. I just graduated from sixth grade to high school. As an only child, my wishes were mostly granted and needs were fulfilled. I had an almost perfect life. I practically lived in the Philippines my whole life with my family, relatives, and friends. I never wanted to leave my homeland, but I didn’t want to be left behind by my parents. To my parents, America was the land of untold opportunities. My mom was a guidance councilor in a public school, while my dad worked as a manager in one of the biggest telephone compani

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    My Life Personal Statement

    520 words - 3 pages

    I am Tremaine Coutee and I’m was born February nineteen ninety two, I am sixteen. I have to brothers one named Jermaine and the other Jamor.My brother Jermaine just got out of boot camp last December . I recently live with my mother named Felicia Ellis, but my father Gregory Coutee is recently in Angola State prison. I move to Baton Rouge from Pineville Louisiana where I went to Pineville Jr. high school in late 2007.I was in the eighth grade when I move, but I felled the leap test and went to summer school and passed. I am in the tenth grade at Robert e. Lee high school. I almost fell my

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    Alabama

    336 words - 2 pages

    When I think of my most amazing experience the first word that comes to mind is Alabama. I know people think, “What’s so special about Alabama?” A lot of things are. I visited down there in the summer after fifth grade. My aunt, uncle, and two cousins live down there. I rarely ever got to see them. As a matter of fact here I am a junior in High School and I haven’t seen them sense. Indiana and Alabama are two completely different places. First off, it’s ten times hotter down there. It was to the point that I couldn’t stand being outside. The biggest difference though is how much nicer everyo

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    Jim Morrison

    543 words - 3 pages

    Morrison was born in Melbourne, Florida, to future Admiral George Stephen Morrison and Clara Clarke Morrison. Morrison had a sister, Anne Robin, who was born in 1947 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and a brother, Andrew Lee Morrison, who was born in 1948 in Los Altos, California. He was of Scottish and Irish ethnic heritage.[4] He purportedly had an IQ of 149.[5][6] In 1947, Morrison, then four years old, allegedly witnessed a car accident in the desert, where a family of Native Americans were injured and possibly killed. He referred to this incident in a spoken word performance on the song "Da

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    Computer Assisted Learning

    272 words - 2 pages

    Review article 31 Young, S. C. 2003. Integrating ICT into second language education in a vocational high school. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19 (4) 447-461. This article investigates the potential impacts of integrating the Internet into English as a second language class in a vocational senior high school in Taiwan. The participants in the study were 29 third year high school students and a male teacher. The researcher used a multimethod approach to document and evaluates the process of integration of the Internet in the English learning settings, including the collection of thei

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    Drug Testing Of High School Students

    1071 words - 5 pages

    Drug Testing of High School Students Over the past decade, the youth steroid abuse has been on high alert. On the 26th of June 1995, the Supreme Court ruled that junior high and high school athletes can be required to submit drug tests without suspicion (Taylor 1). When a young athlete is growing up they look up to the Professional athletes they see on T.V. as role models, they want to look, act, walk and talk just like them. Now days there is a big problem, Pro athletes are using illegal antibiotic steroids to get an upper hand on the competition. Drug testing is a critical part of the ma

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    Sousaphone

    623 words - 3 pages

    I have been involved in music nearly my entire life, in fact, my parents always joke with me that I was playing my grandparents hunting horn before I could talk. But it wasn’t until third grade that I started to regularly play the trumpet. It was something that I enjoyed greatly, but there always seemed to be something missing. It was my freshman year of high school when I discovered the direction I truly wanted to take myself along my music pathway. That was when I developed my passion for the marching tuba (sousaphone). I was attending the University of Delaware’s Band Day when I witnessed

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    High School Personal

    435 words - 2 pages

    I am going to explain to my little cousin what to expect from high school; how the social scene is different, what you have to do to graduate, and what some of the perks of being an upper classman are. When you start going to high school, you will be somewhat scared. The other students will be older, larger, and possible more mature. You will see many different faces, some you like and perhaps some that you don't. There will be girls that you like and girls you don't that will like you. One of the bonus' about being in high school, is you have more freedom that you do in middle school. You g

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    Are Grades Too Emphasized In College

    507 words - 3 pages

    Throughout the entire country, high school students are giving up everything that makes them teenagers to either please their parents or to feel they have accomplished something. Can anyone make the statement, “grades are everything, nothing else in the world matters.” This pompous statement is unjust and unfair. Why should every kid in the world give up what they want, what they desire to do, just so they can acclaim some “glory” in having good grades. Good grades should not mean everything in high school. The most intelligent child could have the worst grades, does that make the child stupid

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    Love In Comparison To Trust And Faith

    278 words - 2 pages

    You can’t have love without trust and loyalty; both of which are portrayed valiantly by Inman in Cold Mountain. Inman stays loyal throughout the book, even when he sleeps with another woman to comfort her, he doesn’t do anything sensual with her. Loyalty doesn’t need love, but love does need loyalty, maybe not in high school relationships where everyone thinks they’re in love, no matter what kind of cheating boyfriend or girlfriend they have, but outside of that, love needs loyalty. Loyalty, such as a man to his country, or army, or even a woman loyal to her favorite brand of make-up doesn’

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    Michigan State University Essay

    460 words - 2 pages

    No one is a light unto himself, not even the sun. I am no exception to this rule. We all are transformed in some way or the other through either the people we meet or the environment we live in. This case stands true especially for a student, because the place where he learns and gains knowledge has an immense effect on his character and attitude towards life. Woodstock is like no other school in India. High up in the foothills of the Himalayan mountains covered by greenery everywhere, it’s an international educational centre in an Indian setting. After coming from a crowded and large city li

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    The Tendancy Of Student Essays To Focus On Tenuous Links To Religion Fictional

    428 words - 2 pages

    “The tendency of student essays to focus on tenuous links to religion, rather than focus on spelling and punctuation” A research paper by Dr. A. Phillips On 1st April Dr. Christopher Philips will present his research to approximately 150 students at Bangor University. The paper has been a major project for Dr. Phillips over the past year, Dr. Phillips said his inspiration for the research struck him at 8 o’clock in the morning on the 6th January last year whilst eating breakfast. Dr. Phillips noticed his cereal take the shape of a locust with a human face, crown and lion’s teeth. Dr. Philli

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    Part Time Jobs For High School Students

    442 words - 2 pages

    For many high school students working part-time jobs is a normal aspect of their hectic lives, which needs to be fit in amongst school, study, sporting activities and family commitments. But, should a high school student have a part-time job? Students should be able to have a job if they are capable of handling one. There are many pros and cons for being employed. For instance, a pro would be the student would earn money to spend, however they please. Working part-time, be it at a department store, fast food outlet, paper run or regular babysitting can be a fulfilli

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    Freshman Advice

    467 words - 2 pages

    Being a senior, it is easy for me to look back at my earlier days in high school and laugh at how troublesome and worried my life had seemed. Middle school is seemingly easier than high school but as long as you do not mess with your grades in your freshman year you should be safe. High school slowly gets harder from freshman to junior year in which senior year is a completely mockery. Also remember to keep a steady pace when it comes to completing your tasks and doing them on time. The gap from middle school to freshman year is a huge one. Although it may seem overwhelming to some it as ac

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    Personal Narrative

    1120 words - 5 pages

    Graduation It was May 13th of 2008. Just another day for the world and for many people, yet this day is still so clear in my mind. It seems like it was yesterday that I graduated from Lufkin High School. I can still remember every detail, every minute, every second of that day. Graduating is not something people often achieve. Graduating is an important day in our lives. It determines when a cycle full of joy, friendship, emotions and important moments in or lives is terminated and a whole new reality is around the corner waiting for us to reach out and grab it, to experience new feelings, t

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    Advice For Freshmen

    442 words - 2 pages

    Advice for Freshmen Going into high school will be one of the most stressful parts of your teenage life. You will have new teachers like in previous years, but the tough part is that you also have an entirely new school: a new atmosphere, a new attitude, and new obstacles. Making a smooth transition from middle school to high school is something that very few freshmen pull off, and most freshmen that don’t pull it off look back at it not as a failure, but as one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of their life. The first thing I would tell freshmen is not to be nervous. Walk

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    The Hardship

    337 words - 2 pages

    As a kid, I always admired the basketball as a game. I always looked forward to seeing the crowd behind my team and wanted to grow up to be a superstar in basketball. I had not discovered the Lords intent about the situation until sometime in senior high school. God didn’t want me to play basketball and I asked him shortly after the tragedy, ¡°Lord, is it only now you tell me this?¡± I learnt how to play organized basketball at the age of twelve and from then on, I had just worked on my speed, agility and endurance in the game. In my first year of high school, I anticipated the game very much.

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    Differences Between Middle And High School

    504 words - 3 pages

    26th of February 2009 Dear Ms. Georgina, I am writing this letter to tell you the differences I have noticed between middle and high school. High school life is different from middle school life in many ways. Some students have problems adjusting with the timetables; some of them have trouble with the assignments and homework stacked onto them each day; some have trouble coping with the social standards. In high school, there is no such thing as a recess. There is just one long lunch period compared to the two short breaks you have in middle school. This may take time to g

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    Friends

    933 words - 4 pages

    Friends are always great to have but having just one true friend is what you really want in life. I have had some friends in my lifetime that called me their friends; however in reality they would just use me for money and car rides. I don’t have many friends I have many people that I know that I don’t call a “friend”. I have come to find out that the word “friend” isn’t just a person that one hangs out it with. It is someone that will respect you for who you are, always be there for you when you need them, they will be there through the thick & thin. Trust is something needed in any friend

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    Cricket

    337 words - 2 pages

    As a kid, I always admired the cricket as a game. I always looked forward to seeing the crowd behind my team and wanted to grow up to be a superstar in basketball. I had not discovered the Lords intent about the situation until sometime in senior high school. God didn’t want me to play basketball and I asked him shortly after the tragedy, ¡°Lord, is it only now you tell me this?¡± I learnt how to play organized basketball at the age of twelve and from then on, I had just worked on my speed, agility and endurance in the game. In my first year of high school, I anticipated the game very much. I

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    High School

    3613 words - 15 pages

    I. INTRODUCTION “They sent you to school for thirteen years and the one thing they never taught you is how to say goodbye.” Only those who have graduated or are soon to be graduating from high school can see deep meanings through those words. Goodbyes are never easy—even just to your summer friends. What more to the people you have been seeing everyday for almost your whole life? What more to the life you had been living for the last thirteen years? They say that high school is one of the best things that can happen to a person. It is the time for us to discover ourselves, the time for our

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    Cultural Diversity And Me

    450 words - 2 pages

    My first day in high school was one of my most unnerving experiences. I did not know what to expect. But during the first day I noticed that my school was diverse in almost every way possible. There were people from almost everywhere. And over my high school years I got to see what other cultures eat, how they dress, talk and overall just who they are. And as a person I feel that this experience is partially what makes me who I am. The other half of who I am comes from my interpretation of who I am and how I choose to accept it. My name is Dwayne Tilmon and I am from Chicago, IL. I am nice, an

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    Accepting Others

    520 words - 3 pages

    Accepting others/the ignorincs of others For the Freshmen, this is the first year of your high school career. Most likely, it will shape the rest of your years here at Lumberton. For the sophomores, this is your first year being settled in. For the juniors, this is a critical academic year for our college, and will determine how your application process will go. And the seniors, they have to go through the application process. But, this is there last year here at L.H.S One thing is in common for all of us: this year is critical in shaping who we will be in the future. After all, o

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    Value Of Education

    968 words - 4 pages

    When you were in high school, did you understand the significance of acquiring an education? Did you put forth your best effort and not allow your social life to distract you? Many high school students make the mistake of failing to realize how important it is to perform well in high school. Your performance in high school influences many of the options that you have after graduating high school. However, I was one of those students that didn’t fully understand the importance of my education. I graduated from high school with a GPA of 2.03. This has prevented me from being admitted into many o

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    Lil Wayne Song

    619 words - 3 pages

    “And if you come from under that water then that's fresh air/ Just breathe baby Gods got a blessing to spare/ Yes I know the pressure causes so much stress / But it's the progress that feels the best…” -LIL WAYNE These four lines are from Lil Wayne’s song “Tie My Hands” featuring Robin Thicke. I chose this song because I feel like it has a much deeper meaning than most of his previous songs. This song is a story of some of Lil Wayne’s troubles as well as the troubles we face in society almost everyday. These particular lines stood out the most to me for some reason; it reminds me of hig

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    The Good And The Bad

    688 words - 3 pages

    The good and the bad Yesterday was my past, today is my present and tomorrow is my future. It is always easy for someone to learn something bad but difficult for someone to learn something good. It is not impossible for someone who is taking the wrong path of his or her life to feel remorseful or to see the better things in life or how it can bring up the best in him. For my past years in high school, I was responsible when it came to my duties. My teachers always had a good impression of me because I was always helpful when I saw a person who needed help. When it came to my studies,

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    Sisters

    525 words - 3 pages

    Life is a challenge. Everyone at some time has had to face problems in his or her life. The way a person approaches and deals with problems vary, depending on the person's intelligence and capability. We have all kinds of people in our world today, smart, clever, educated, non-educated, naive, and ignorant. Each and every one of us inherited at least one of these characteristics. Ultimately, these characteristics that are inherited make each of us unique and special in ways that no one else would have. The two sisters I want to mention are my two friends, Erika and Anna M. Erika and Anna are t

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    Consequences Of A College Student Cheating On Exams

    321 words - 2 pages

    “Two down slips and you’re off the team.” “Flunk that class and you don’t graduate.” Get a “B” and your parents are disappointed. These pressures are real and many students take what they see as the easy way out, for some it is the only way out. Cheating is wrong and everybody knows that. However, both students and teachers generally turn a blind eye and deaf ear to the dilemma. It’s easier to do nothing than to confront this epidemic. I believe that grades as a whole are creating this addiction to cheating. I believe that our whole grading system needs revision. Last year’s Valedictorian wa

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    High School Or Job

    758 words - 4 pages

    High School or a Job High School is an experience nobody will ever forget and a lot can happen in four years. Having a job while in high school can also change many things and in some cases it can cause people to drop out. In my experience managing a job and going to high school was hard. While for others it may cause many problems to have a job while going to school. A lot of people do not like the fact that teenagers work while in high school because they believe it distracts them from doing well and getting their work completed. I stand in a position where I believe it is beneficial to wo

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    Home

    283 words - 2 pages

    In a small town in Jena, Louisiana, the town is made up of 90% whites including the District Attorney, judges and heads of all law enforcement. In 2006, a 16 year old African American student was arrested and convicted of two felonies by an all white jury after an interracial fight at a local high school. He faces up to 22 years in prison and 5 other African Americans face the same charges. The incidents started when the 17 year old and his friends sat under a “white tree” at the local high school. They decided to sit under the tree to exercise their right to sit under the tree. The next day w

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    The Dime

    847 words - 4 pages

    Danielle Lee During my senior year in high school, I reached my limit experience and it opened my eyes to a whole new perspective. It all started when I only hung out with my own race because I thought it was the right thing to do. My peers expected me to be with them, talk to them, eat lunch with them, etc. It felt like I had no mind, mouth, and freedom of my own, then I finally got tired of it. I was tired of pleasing everyone else, but myself. I was tired of having to worry what my peers would say about me if I did the wrong thing. I was also tired of having to meet their expectations whe

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    My Modest Proposal

    475 words - 2 pages

    My Modest Proposal Everyday, in classrooms across the country, students fall asleep during their lessons. The teacher at the front of the room continues to try their best to teach a “dull” subject, as some students say, such as evolution or grammar and they watch as their students’ heads go down, one by one. The reason the students cannot remain awake rest in the fact that they have no energy. Students do not receive enough sleep or do not have a satisfactory breakfast to supply their bodies with protein and carbohydrates. (Of course, teachers will never blame the lack of attention from t

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    High School Madness

    581 words - 3 pages

    In this past four years, I believe that High School has become one of the most important aspects of my life. O learned from my mistakes, the new experiences and to understand this entire irrational feelings trough every moment that happened during my adolescence, change the way that to see the new world and the future that is weighing for me. My freshman year could explain the word “society”, when I was a sophomore the word “Hope” comes to me. As a junior I learned to keep going and have a specific goal and now that I’m a senior I learn to love. What else should I need for my future? The answe

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    Why Is The Completion Of A Postsecondary Program Important To You And What Do You Hope To Achieve Once You Get A Degree

    602 words - 3 pages

    There are a lot of ways to have a nice future without even graduating high school. But those ways are just for a few lucky people in this world. Else, if you need to achieve something you have to graduate from high school, go to college & achieve a degree. Personally I need to graduate high school, because I don’t think every people in this world will achieve a nice future without graduating high school and achieving a degree from a college or universities. Since I am trying to become a architectural technician I need to get good grades in my high school. There are a few reasons for me to

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    Autobio

    509 words - 3 pages

    Candace Patrice Simmons It’s a girl, born on Thursday March 22, 1988, 3:54 pm at Holy Cross Hospital to the proud parents of Delores Baltimore and Thomas Simmons. I have an older sister by six years. I also have a younger sister Katrelle by my father. I grew up in PG County in many of different cities transferring to about seven different schools from k-7th grade. When I was in the fourth grade at Cooper Lane Elementary something happen that change my life forever. On October 18, 1997 my mom married Leroy Faison; he had two daughters from previous relationships named Keyandra, Latoria. The t

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    Two Friends

    966 words - 4 pages

    Compare & Contrast: Two Friends Two of my best friends, Bruno and Elizabeth are two different people, but they have some similarities. Their differences are what distinguish them and I love that. They both have great personalities. Elizabeth and I have been friends since the beginning of last year 2008, we haven’t been friends for a long time, but it feels like we’ve known each other forever. We are alike in so many ways. Like we both have the same favorite color which is purple. Also, we have the same taste in music like r&b, hip-hop, techno, pop, Cape Verdean music. When it comes to me

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