The importance of a Bishop Noll education this past year has surpassed my highest expectations. It has opened my eyes to the reality of what a great school can do for you both academically and spiritually. From the first day of school, the challenges & hurdles that have come my way have been great examples of what life has in store for me at the college level and in the future workforce. This philosophy is made clear at Bishop Noll, starting with the faculty, teachers, coaches and advisors. These values then get absorbed from every student and it becomes a trickled down affect that empowers us all.
The first reason is because a lot of people want a job that will pay very good money. By going to college, you will have the hands-on learning education you need to start your chosen career. This is a huge reason why a lot of careers require you to have at least a two or four year degree. Another reason why college matters is because it helps students boost their confidence level out in the real world. There are countless things that people have to do every single day in life so going college will help give you a better idea of what the definition of life really is.
Drill team gave me the knowledge that grades in high school do play an important role in life and I knew that if I put enough heart into it I would succeed. My coaches made an impact on me because they differentiated me from other and made me realize that I made a huge difference to the team. They gave me the opportunity to showcase what I had, which made me sense I was notable and helped to raise my confidence. I have never been able to adjust to situations as well as others but the confidence I gained from drill team experiences helped to change that. My confidence plays a big role in the person I am today.
I will use all of these characteristics to help this organization reach out to people in need. I currently represent the “Scholarship” Trait of NJHS by doing the work to the best of my ability. When I do the work as best as I can, I earn a good grade in any of my classes. Getting good grades will allow me to have many paths to go on in my later life. With me getting
To be able to achieve a superior rating at these contests, one must practice every week. I have been able to achieve superior ratings in all but one of my performances. It is very rewarding to me, being goal oriented, to receive such high ratings. There may be challenges, but there are more rewards. Think back to when you were in high school - your first relationship, your best friends, all of the fun that you had.
The school will be affected by my role because as a team we will plan events that all classes participate in and hopefully enjoy. 6. I was motivated to seek this position because I had experience being a part of SGA before. I enjoyed being a part of the team and now as a rising senior I would like to take on more responsibility because I know I can handle it. I’ve seen the work that goes into planning some of these events
Wiki Reflection Robert Jameson University of Phoenix EDL/515 – Organizational Leadership Shannon Molnar May 17, 2012 My personal level of strength within the structural frame is my ability to get along well with most individuals. Because I am very goal oriented and have a relative easy personality, most of my co-workers enjoy working with me. As a teacher leader, I believe that continuing my education and collaborating with other professionals is the key to personal growth. Many of the programs I currently use, such as teachertools.com and superteacher.com I have shared with my coworkers who love them. Another area I am embarking upon is to help me grow is establishing a student council.
As time went on I realized that I needed so much more. I know now that teachers are here to teach us and what we learn is valuable throughout life. My GPA is important to my future and so is my ACT’s. With this said, I hope that I end up in a great college and a great
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.
The expectations given were to always try your hardest, try to be successful in everything that you do, and be happy. Since I am one of the first members of my family to attend college, my expectations are set very high. I have been given the expectations of not only completing college but as well as being a role model to a large amount of younger cousins. Of course this is a lot of pressure, but the pressure is what pushes me harder. I enjoy the fact that I am not only accomplishing this goal for myself but I am also doing it for everyone around