Essay on The Fight For Your Rights

1372 Words Oct 30th, 2016 6 Pages
Fight for Your Rights
Have you ever thought of having too much of anything could easily destroy you? No matter what it is, just too much of anything could stop you forever from getting what you want. There are always goals in our life that we want to achieve, but did we ever think about better ways to achieve it? American students attend primary and secondary school for a combination of twelve years. At the age of six, United States children begin elementary school. They attend for five or six years and then go to middle school, and after middle school they attend another four years of high school. United States students may go to college or university which is known as a higher education. In high schools, schools are held from Monday to Friday, and their hours are usually from 7:30am to 2:00pm or 2:30pm. This is seven hours of schooling each week day. Usually students attend five classes a day which means five different homework assignments. For English class they usually have them read three chapters and write a brief summary of each one. For Math class, they are asked to complete thirty problems, showing all their work. In Science class they have to do a worksheet, and to answer the front and back questions. In Spanish class they are asked to study for tomorrow’s test. Finally, in History class they are asked to write an essay about today’s chapter. This describes a typical weeknight for each student. Isn’t that a little too much work for high school students to do after…

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