Honors Society Essay

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Being nominated for the National Honors Society is an amazing privilege. Over the years in New Dorp High School I have strived to do my best to achieve as much goals as possible. Now that I have been qualified for the NHS, it makes me realize that I’m on the right path and all my hard work is paying off. In my previous years I have tried to maintain an eighty five average, but now I’m making an effort to stay at ninety and above. Not only do I focus on my average but I try to participate in extracurricular activities as well. When I first came into the school, I entered into the Desi club. That club was important to me because in our group we raised money for charity. It felt amazing to help people that are less fortunate than others. My fellow class mates and I created bake sales and other activities that raised around $600 for the poor. I felt very accomplished and loved helping the public. I feel like people can always depend on me for anything, because I took full responsibility into making money and helping out. The last two years I have donated blood in the schools blood drive. It helped me realize that even the smallest things can make a huge difference in society. I am the type of person that is willing to listen to anything that others say and I know how to lead a group as a whole. When I work in a group with others, I devise methods of enjoyment and effectiveness while attempting to agree to ideas from others to encourage them to participate in an affective matter. Speaking of character when with others, I have always shown respect to teachers and kindness to the students around me. I have never refused a request for help in mathematics which is one of my favorite subjects. I always tutor my friends so that we all succeed on tests and things that we don’t understand. It is a joy to be able to help others because it ascertains your abilities while

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