The names Riyad and I’m blessed I’ve gotten to graduate from Saints Mary & Joseph School. I find it astonishing how someone could feel so personally connected to all the teachers, students, staff, & parents. I greatly appreciate everything they have done for my school and I. Looking back at the past 10 years of my life, I’ve seen how everyone has grown and changed; but only for the best. When I really take the time to think about it I wouldn’t want to grow and mature with any other class.
Every student procrastinates. We tend to put many things off to the side and do them later. But when that later comes, we are rushing to finish whatever assignment we may have, causing us stress to finish it on time, which may result in a bad grade in the end. As a student I can say I am one of these many students that procrastinate in school. Even though it seems as the easy way out, I need to stop this procrastination that has been with me or my future will not look too promising.
Academically, my first year of high school was on a ball. I had 3.99 GPA average, and I was organized, and timely with my assignments. Freshmon Year I was on top of the world. However, that was the year I had to learn one of the big lessons life throws at you every once in a while. The lesson that people grow
I am a big dreamer. I reach for the highest point possible in everything I pursue. I pursued to make honor roll while in middle school and was successful. Even middle school dreams that I have reached would not have been possible if I had not had patience. Now, I am ready for the next chapter to begin in my life, high school.
My journey to where I am now all began with a goal I made four years ago, to be the valedictorian. While it seemed unrealistic at the time, it gave me a direction and plan to work toward. I encourage all of you to set goals for yourself and to strongly stand for something that can give your life a direction and purpose. As a fellow member of the graduating class of 2005 I love all of you guys and wish you the best of luck in your
I dislike anything with a group because I don’t like sharing answers or helping people with work the teacher just explained. So I stay solo. They only time I wasn’t solo is when I had my first boyfriend. I look back on this memory and laugh. I was in the six grades and the coolest boy in school asks me out and of course my answer was yes.
Brown 1 Jacob Brown Mrs. Wright ENC 1101 September 15, 2013 “Motivational Skills At The Finest” “ Brown! Are you going to join the Sneads High School FFA ? ” That one loud, demanding statement would affect my whole High School career. In stead of goofing around being loud and rambunctious, instead I was on track and motivated. My almost four awesome years of High School is because of my former FFA advisor Mr. Scurlock and his great loudly spoken motivational skills.
I feel awful; I feel like I've disappointed everyone, including myself...Why didn't I try harder, I should have paid more attention to my grades. My Dad would tell me, "I know your smart sweetheart, I know you feel like you've got it nailed, but it wouldn't hurt to do just a little extra credit to pad your average." But noooo! I was too smart for that...You know most kids would have celebrated the grades I got, but not me, it's like I broke some sacred chain!...Well it's finally over, and there's nothing I can do about it, but cry a little tear and get on with life. But you know what's ironic?...As bad as I feel right now, it's like a giant load has been lifted off my shoulders...it's like I'm
During the years that I was going to this school, I was excelling in all subjects, receiving all A’s. Which brings up that question, why was I transferred to that school? After going to that school I was transferred back to a normal school. I was failing miserably. I think this is due to the
I deserved it because I didn’t know how to love him, any more. Then he told me that it wouldn’t hurt growing up with people I didn’t know. They took away my psychology. They just took it so they would like me; but they didn’t. They didn’t take better care of me so I’m growing wings.