Now, I am ready for the next chapter to begin in my life, high school. As an incoming freshman, I know that Honors Algebra 2 is the class for me. The only thing I believe is missing that will help me on my journey of fulfilling my dreams is to be accepted in to the Honors Algebra 2. Being a part of the Honors Program will give me an advantage above all other students, a great education in math, and excellent credentials when applying for scholarships and colleges. I can only hope you will allow me to shine in the Honors Program and help me to fulfill my
Embedded Assessment 1 I would like to introduce my mom, Cathy Patterson. She’s a molecular biologist, and went to Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pennsylvania. I enjoyed getting to interview her because it let me get to know my mom a bit more, and made me realize what I have to do to do well in high school. To start off with, I asked her if she liked high school, and asked her to explain why or why not. She said that she had enjoyed being at high school, because she loved learning, and she got to hang out with her friends a lot.
For example, if you take Mr .Campbell. He has graduated from high school and has graduated from college with a bachelor's degree. He is now a physical education teacher. So, Mr .Campbell has lots of swag. I should be in SWAG because I would be perfect for this program.
TOURTELLOTTE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 785 Riverside Drive North Grosvenordale, CT 06255 (860) 923-9303 STUDENT HANDBOOK 2012-2013 Approved by BOE July 9, 2012 TOURTELLOTTE MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL 785 Riverside Drive · North Grosvenordale, CT 06255 Dear Parents/Guardians Tourtellotte Memorial High School is a learning community whose mission is to create a safe and supportive learning environment. We believe that all students can learn, discover, develop and realize their talents. The purpose of The Handbook for Students and Parents is to provide an easy and clear reference to both district policies and practices and procedures for Tourtellotte Memorial High School. It contains information about academics, student services, student conduct expectations, activities, the school calendar, bell schedules, and other services. Information in this handbook is shared with students at the beginning of every school year.
In the beginning the students are enjoying their return to high school: “mincing in their brand new tunics…cocky in their blue and grey”. Dawe uses the evocative present participle “mincing” and the adjective “cocky” to enhance the students overwhelming confidence before there “fall”. However this arrogance soon changes to “like old ‘lags’ to whom all’s one!” Dawe chooses a historical allusion and use of a simile to show that entering the classroom is like convicts being sent to a penal
Sam went to Beirgier Elemtery in Griffith growing up, she now attends Griffith High School in Indiana, she says.” I enjoy school and the responsible that come with it as growing up. Sam’s favorite subject is English in school because it’s the easiest of them
As seen in the documentary, 2 Million Minutes, students use all their time they have in high school, studying, memorizing their school curriculum order to get a great education at a high level university to become very successful in their lives. This all ties into how the political aspect of the classroom has an impact on the society as a whole and having this power can change generations to come. As a school boy, Richard Rodriguez was excelling in his
The rebirth of education came during the Renaissance. This was when education really started to rise again. As a student in high school, I think one of our priorities would be attending classes and receiving a proper education. Most likely high school students would want to attend college. So, that is why I have decided to choose education to be my topic.
In high school, I continued to excel, with a new goal in mind, obtaining entrance into The National Honors Society. This elite society is for the top scholars of the school. I was placed in the AICE Program (Advance International Certificate of Education) which challenges my academic power. I succeeded in the most rigorist courses with the National Honors Society on my mind. My hard work soon paid off because in the spring of my 11th grade year I was inducted into the National Honors Society Gold Key Chapter.