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  • Becoming A Senior In High School

    Megan Lee Professor Christian English 100 2 November 2016 Managing Senioritis In today’s society, being a senior in high school is tough. This one year we are expected to decide what we are going to do with our lives by picking a career path to follow and going to a college that can teach us how to excel in that career path. We need to be able to dazzle these colleges and employers with not only our knowledge, but with our extracurricular activities, our skills acquired from jobs that we are expected to have, and recommendation letters from people we have made big impacts on in our lives so far. Dealing with all of these things could make you feel “stressed to the max”, or even get to the point where you are diagnosed with senioritis. If you…

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  • High School Senior Year

    Senior year is an important milestone for American high school students, as it serves as a transitionary period in a young adult’s life as they move from adolescence into maturity. During this key point in life, teenagers are growing more independent as they begin to make major decisions, the repercussions of such choices may follow them for the rest of their life. One of the foremost selections a student will make in their senior year is whether or not to seek out a secondary education beyond a…

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  • The Savage's: Five Seniors In High School

    The Savage’s There were five seniors in high school who just wanted to have fun with their lives. This all started their junior year of high school on the weekends. At first there were seven of them just trying to have fun in a small town. The guys would drive around town egging people’s cars, houses, and anything they wanted. They started out small just with a dozens of eggs and a bag of flour. As a prank they just did to people they knew wouldn’t retaliate back at them. Every time they…

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  • My Senior Quote In High School

    Lately, I’ve been thinking about what my senior quote in the yearbook should be. I’ve debated whether it should be serious or funny, useless or meaningful, whether in any way it should reflect my high school experience. I could be sassy and say something like “That was the most fun I 've ever had without laughing” (Annie Hall movie, 1977). Alternatively, my quote could be “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.”(Dr. Seuss, Oh…

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  • Senior High School Observation

    On October 17, I was able to observe Ryan Anderson’s junior and senior high band. This was an eye opening experience because of the differences he ran his band. Dover-Eyota Middle and High is a Grammy nominated band program, so this was a great opportunity to see a band outside of Tennessee. Mr. Anderson did utilize the room in a big way. Firstly, he purposefully spread everyone in the room out. In the middle of the ensemble, there was an aisle so he would be able to walk from the podium to the…

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  • Bridgevalley Senior High School: Case Study

    When I graduate from Logan Senior High School, I intend to apply and take classes at BridgeValley Community and Technical College. To get into the nursing program at BridgeValley, a student must first be a high school graduate or have a General Educational Development (GED). They will also have had to achieve a 3.0 or above grade point average (GPA) in their high school courses. The student will then have to take a pre-nursing admission exam. They will need to make at least a composite score of…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Senior High School

    In 2004, Coral Gables Senior High School, I was sitting waiting for my advisor, exciting and nervous to get my high school diploma next year 2005. But I never thought I will be sitting in that blue bench again, but this time crying. I had received the news I could not apply for any school, financial aid, scholarship or student loan because I did not have a social security number. My advisor said I wasn’t able to continue my path to college. Yes, she was really rude and she made my dreams go away…

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  • High School Senior Research Paper

    I pondered upon my intellectual, emotional, and social development. As an eighth grade student, I wasn’t very cognizant of the world around me. I had trouble socializing and couldn’t connect with another person on an emotional level. However, my development throughout secondary school has allowed me to become a mature, compassionate, and responsible individual. I then asked myself, “What does being a high school senior truly mean?” At last, I’m on top of the high school hierarchy. However,…

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  • Importance Of Senior Year In High School

    My senior year in high school was in Charlotte North Carolina, growing up I would never have guessed that I would be graduating down south. I am originally from Buffalo New York, I moved to Abingdon Maryland around age six and then lastly to Charlotte about halfway through junior year. Moving to Charlotte was a huge transition for me in the aspect of a culture shock as well as different level of maturity. As much as I hated moving to Charlotte I am thankful because It changed a lot about me for…

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  • Senior Prom In High School Essay

    Why Defend Senior Prom in High School The first time I heard about senior prom is after I came to study in America, two years ago. It seems that almost everyone in the school looks forward to the senior prom. I found that senior prom is a rite event in America. Something that should not be missed. However, the overall situation in America is not like that in my school. According to YouGov’s research, “Most Americans (59%) think that proms are overrated, and only 41% say that they're important”.…

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