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  • Narrative Essay On Junior High School

    When entering junior high, we were constantly reminded by teachers, parents, and school administrators how different it was from elementary school. It was supposed to be the start of a transition from childhood to young adulthood, and though I discounted many of these sentiments at the time, looking back it certainly was. In an instant, it seemed, everyone started swearing and the hallways began to smell of a putrid mixture of not enough or too much cologne. For the first time we had to change before gym, no one really sure whether it was more socially acceptable to change in a bathroom stall or feign confidence by doing it out in the open. Talk swirled of who got their periods, who was wearing what bra size, and which boys needed to stop cultivating…

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  • Junior Year High School Essay

    Junior year of high school I attended a school called; Columbus Downtown High School. The school was a two year career development high school, only including juniors and seniors in the entire school. There were a few select programs you could go for such as: Cosmetology, ROTC, Police Enforcement, Culinary Arts, and Business. I chose to go for was Culinary Arts. Junior year was an exciting year for the two years I went there. The reason being was I was picked to participate in a culinary…

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  • Holmes Junior High School Counseling Reflection

    Holmes Junior High (School Counseling) Internship General Overview: This week, I was able to meet with several different professionals within the Cedar Falls Community School District. I witnessed their responses to working with parents, students, and their colleagues. I have expanded on these experiences and more below. Tuesday: • Sat in on a collaborative meeting regarding a student with a 504 plan. My supervisor and I traveled to Hansen Elementary School to talk to a sixth-grade teacher and…

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  • Personal Narrative: Junior Year Of High School

    Junior year of high school is a tough one. You’re still trying to find yourself, yet you load up on courses and push to get straight A’s to impress those colleges out there. You begin to craft an application essay, learn more about each school, and narrow it down to a few choices so you can go visit them come spring time. Nope, that wasn’t me. I couldn’t find myself, and I was still in the early stages of planning out what I really wanted to do with my life. Didn’t care too much for school…

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  • Junior Year Of High School: Self-Analysis

    “She believed she could, so she did.” This motivational quote has inspired me in many ways throughout my high school years. Throughout my junior year of high school, academically, I feel like I have improved my time management skills by taking three AP classes as well as an after school class during second semester. On a personal level, I feel like I have grown to become more comfortable and confident in myself. One of the highlights of junior year was my ability to challenge myself as well as…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Junior Year In High School

    In the Spring of last year, it was my Junior year, one of the most critical years in high school. It’s the year that colleges look at the most, also it was the year that I was in some of the most challenging classes. Mostly honors, a lot of homework, and tests to go along with it. Studying would take me until late at night, and even on weekends, all day long. When it’s the end of the term everyone checks their grades for their report cards, and progress reports. One day when I went to check…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Junior Year Of High School

    The end of the day comes whether you have gotten up to do something productive or if you have simply remained inanimate while time moves around you. I have found that the present slips away while you are worrying about the future. We are constantly telling ourselves that if we just get through this, then everything after will be better. We forget to appreciate the moment while constantly reaching for a hypothetically more fulfilling life. Once we graduate high school, or get through a…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Personal Experience In Junior High School

    The bright sun hung in the sky, the breeze was blowing gently, the green grass swung lightly, my friends and I ran and laughed on the playground. I always dreamed of this dreamland when I was in junior high school after I fell out with my friends. The image, which also reminds me of the belief that I was so sure of before is not true. When I entered junior high school, I had several friends. At the very start, we discussed our homework or some questions and played together during…

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  • Junior High School-Personal Narrative

    clever move. But what choice were we going to have to make next? The night didn 't start out crazy like it did, later on. I was lying on Karlee’s plush comforter, flipping through the different TV channels. Karlee came in with a mouthful of Cheetos and a couple of snacks in her hand. I have no exact knowledge of how long Karlee and I had been friends at that point, but I believe it was at least a year or two. We met at the beginning of Junior High and were nearing the end of the year; on our…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay On High School Juniors

    Levi Bridges Mrs.Didier English 99-I04 14 November 2017 Life is precious An old red Ford is roaring down a gravel road. She was known by most as “Ole Red.” The gravel was thrown around vigorously through the force of the tires as she raced down the road. Four high school juniors were on board enjoying the good times before the real world. All of were cutting up, and having turns putting Ole Red to the test. These teens were just having fun, they could not have known what would come…

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