Schooling life is a important part to all of the teenagers. Since they start their school life, every day they meet their classmates and teachers more than their parents. The “A” students have good performance in all of the test, teachers love them. But they don't have friends in school nor clubs. Isn't it a big problem we have to worried about?
They were all involved in extra curricular school activities and were all on the academic track to college. All together, their grade average was a ‘B’ and two of the boys (out of 8) were not far from straight ‘A’s’. The Saints were popular in school and almost all of them held office in the student government. Six of the boys were athletes. They were always well dressed, well mannered, and drove nice cars.
He gets mad very easily. Boy 2 has ADHD so he has a angry persinality and he is always jumping around. The girls look like they all have the same persinality. They are all very patient with others but the brothers. The all like doing there HW and getting good grades in school because they want to go to college and start a career.
Wrong! I will tell you why are education system is flawed, why flunking is not a punishment and other options that we could introduce to young struggling students. The American education system is known as one of the best in the world, but just like many great things, flaws are eminent. Year in and year out, students get passed through school prematurely. Many of these kids think they’re on the right track because they pass classes and are moved along with the rest of the class.
It’s just so easy to join in with the crowd than actually stand up for what you think is right. The pledge is an iconic morning ritual in every school in the United States. This pledge is also one of the most controversial topics out there. Many people have strong stands on the pledge, whilst a lot of people don’t care. Should there really be a moment we take out of the school day to say the Pledge of Allegiance?
al., 2010). This is a quote that I believe describes a majority of today’s college student population. Today’s students are under more pressure than ever to be accepted into the best schools, achieve the top of the class grades and obtain the best job for their particular field. Along with the nearly unreal academic expectations, comes the want of an almost equally fulfilling social life. Amongst attempting to balance out their busy schedule, students start finding areas that are easy to cut back on such as a regular sleep cycle and normal eating habits.
In high school, I had a worse experience in not being a team player. Once in high school, I join the dance department as well and as the drill team as the only boy on our team. Being that I was a new member and the only guy, in my head I knew I had to be the best, and that exactly what I did I was in the front of every dance and everyone in the school and surrounding schools knew me and what I had worked so hard to be the best at. In becoming the best my head once again became big; I would blow off my school work and not care about my fellow classmates’ feeling and would make fun of them. Although I made fun of people, I still was able to stay on top as a drill team captain as well as a member on the all-city dance line.
Bill Nye says that most students are distracted by the opposite sex because they are worried about looking good and making a good first impression on the opposite sex. This could be right for two students out of every twenty but then those students are also not doing what they wanted to be doing at college; getting a good education so they can get a better job. The fact that only a very few students are distracted by the opposite sex doesn’t mean that Baldwin Wallace should make a significant change for the rest of the student
Holden’s personality has always had much distinction; his two life traumas are able to give the audience a small glimpse into Holden’s peculiar set of hidden emotions and characteristics. Alllie, Holden’s brother, makes Holden go into a transformation of his personality that makes him loose his innocence. Holden’s age targets readers in high school and effectively attains their attention due to the close relation with Holden’s lifestyle. His traits are hidden just like many of the great abilities of high school students struggling to find their place. Apart from having hidden characteristics, Holden has the typical desires that many high school students also pursuit: sex, alcohol, and money.
Unlike Claire, she was only popular because her family was rich and she had superior things, I was popular because I chatted with anyone I saw. I was head of the cheerleading team, a well-trained track star, and maintained high honor roll grades. With me being a cheerleader, I knew majority of the players who played on a sports team which made up most of my high school. Since I had good grades that meant I did a lot of studying, which got me to know the “nerds.” Most of the nerds that went to my school belonged to different social clubs, so I was associated with them as well. Even though my parents drove nice cars, I always rode the bus to school, so I communicated with all my peers on the bus.