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    years from now, make sure you can say that you chose your life, you didn’t settle for it.” 10 years from now is currently unimaginable, but my hope is that everything I have done for my future benefits my family and I in numerous ways. It is strange to think I will be off on my own studying at a college in two short years. I am a junior at Franklinton High School. Throughout my high school career I have been a member of multiple clubs and teams. I have maintained a 4.0 grade point average and this past summer I took the ACT and scored a 23. These achievements have blessed me with the opportunity to get a head start on college through Franklinton High School’s Dual Enrollment program. Through this program I am currently enrolled as a student at Southeastern…

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    that the rest of the year would not be as difficult as he originally thought. Sean spent the next few months becoming more outgoing and outspoken. Moving schools had transformed Sean from a wallflower to a social butterfly. TM Landry has encouraged me to improve my work ethic, strengthened my self-discipline, and made me more open to helping others. TM Landry has encouraged me to improve my work ethic. When I first arrived at TM Landry, I stayed up until midnight every night studying for the…

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    Dual Enrollment English has been a very beneficial and productive class for me. I have been helpful. Throughout the second semester we’ve written paper about three big papers and I’ll be talking about my experience in writing those papers. Starting with my narrative from the first semester all the way to the last paper the multigenre, Dual Enrollment has prepared me for college and it’s safe to say that I am ready. I’m thankful that this class has showed me an insight of how a college class…

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    the most difficult for students since their college years are approaching quickly. However, for most seniors, dual-enrollment is available during their high school years. Unfortunately, taking certain college classes while in high school could be very challenging. Since students are taking collegiate classes for the very first time, some may say that the students should receive a pass because they are dual-enrolled. However, there is no difference between taking college classes your senior year…

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    When it came time to choose the classes I was going to take my senior year, I decided to enroll in the dual enrollment English class offered at my school.I met all the necessary requirements, but I did not receive my student ID number from the community college that was needed to complete my application to schedule to take the placement exam. After two trips to the community college, I had my ID number and was eligible to take the exam, but there were no more spots for the test held at my…

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    Well...graduation is less than a week away and I have just finished my first insight into what a college class is like. Through Dual Enrollment: English 111 and English 112, I have learned my strengths and weakness in my writing personality. I feel like a completely different person, in my writing, from the beginning of the year to now. The helpful materials I have attained will help me continue to succeed in college and my future career. Dual Enrollment English has taught me how to become my…

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    I did not need to take English 101 at Nicholls State University because I had already taken the course through a dual enrollment course at my high school. Entering from that class to an actual college English class was very different than what I thought. In the dual enrollment course it was more focused on creative writing than technical writing. In the dual enrollment course it was more of a literature class and I thought college English would resemble that more. We would have an assignments…

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    Over the course of Dual Enrollment English I have gained expertise with citations, research, and have overall improved my skills with argumentative and persuasive essays. The narrative essay served as a pleasant starter to the course, as it helped train proper writing structure. The persuasive essay had a topic I greatly enjoyed, which encouraged me to research the Germanna online databases, as a result it has undeniably the best citation page. The argumentative essay had a complex topic that…

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    As a dual enrollment student, I soon became aware of the high expectations that were set for us students. Evidently while becoming a dual enrollment, I began to prioritize and learned to efficiently manage my time, so I could adjust to the standards and expectations designated by the district. However, many other factors came into play such as: recreational activities, balancing school work, maintaining personal and social relationships as well as household and family responsibilities. Despite…

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    I am attending Florida SouthWestern because I am a dual enrolled student in their collegiate high school program. I applied for the dual enrollment program for a few reasons. My first reason is because I felt I wasn’t being challenged in school. I knew if I went to FSW I would be challenged and I would learn important life skills such as time management, critical thinking and organization skills. My second reason is because in eight grade I was bullied a lot, and I wanted a fresh start far away…

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