School hours of some schools start way to early for some students. In order to function right teens need 91/4 hours. If teens don’t get that nine and a quarter hours of sleep are not necessarily lazy its just not good for them not to have less than nine hours of sleep. This is why schools start times should start later so kids can have there advantages of getting there full nine hours of sleep in. if school hours start at 10:15am instead of 8:15am it would give teens and extra two hours of sleep in the morning and at night it would give them and extra two hours to stay up and hang out and do homework. This is just one of the reasons people should believe that school start times should be later than what they are now. Most teens don’t get the 9.25 hours of sleep because they don’t get to sleep early enough or because of the school starting times. The starting times of school starting times are way to early. The prove of this is at our school we have students that get on the bus at 6:30am and they have to go to sleep at 8:30pm to get in there nine hours of sleep teenager wants to go to sleep that early. If people went to sleep at 8:30pm can now go to sleep at 10:30pm a two hours difference. That's why school boards should believe that school hours should be fixed. However, schools that start as early as 7:20am results into alot of sleepy teens.furthermore alot of sleepy teens mean alot of failing grades. If a teen slept in class they miss the lesson so in which they don’t understand the assignment and then fails the class. Alot of failing grades means that they don’t pass classes so the following year they have to take that class again. Lets say someone takes Algebra 1 as a freshman if they sleep in class they fail Algebra 1 and have to take it there sophomore year. During high…
Why Students Should not Have to Take Standardized Tests
I don’t believe that high school students should have to pass a standardized test in order to receive a diploma. In my opinion it does not improve academic achievement but it worsens it. I have many valid reasons to support my opinion.
The first reason I believe that high school students should not have to pass a standardized test is because it keeps many good, smart students out of college. Some colleges require a certain…
this mean to me? This meant going new school without the knowledge of whether I would find my niche in that school. To me, transferring to a new school was one of the most intimidating events that I have ever faced. Through these experiences, I have often felt secluded and out of place; however these events have molded me into the affable person that I am today.
Second grade marked the beginning of my long and arduous journey. I went to Castaic Elementary School for Kindergarten and the first grade…
means leaving a school or group for practical reasons, necessities, or disillusionment with the system from which the individual in question leaves.
Most commonly, dropping out refers to a student quitting school before he or she graduates or avoiding entering a university or college. It cannot always be ascertained that a student has dropped out, as he or she may stop attending without terminating enrollment. It is estimated 1.2 million students annually drop out of high school in the United States…
social life there are always those choice we are faced with that can change our lives forever. This occurrence happened to my brother in high school, no one noticed until further down the road but non the less he was still forced to conform to the society he was growing up in.
Growing up my big brother, Pat, was my hero. He was the all star on his high school state championship team, whose quarterback was Carson Palmer, and he seemed to be getting into immense shape. My brother was at the top of…
the leading candidate because of my thirst for success and my quality personality.
As a high school student, I was an athlete and competition fueled my drive and lust for success and recognition. My focus was always on winning and helping my team by any means possible. Although my strengths are unique compared to those of others, I believe that as a unique individual I should and could be a student of high value with nothing but hard work to contribute to this university. I was brought up and cultivated…
The Senior Itch—the incurable chaffing we all crave to scratch. The cure? Graduation. As we progress through our high school years growing with wisdom and maturity, we all yearn for freedom. Yet what we desire most is not always what is best for us. Although most won't want to admit it, extending our high school career to five years would make an important and beneficial impact on our future. With the four years that are currently provided, there is not enough time for motivated students to accomplish…
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High School Reflection Paper
Mosinee High School
Since I have been in high school for four years now, I have learned many things about life, education, and my future. During my time here at Mosinee High I have been involved in everything I wanted to be in. This has given me a great high school experience. I also believe working has given me as much of an experience as any sport or club I was in did. I have been working since I was 14 and have learned many real life skills that…
ation; they are put in private
schools since birth. Basically their whole life is planned out since the day they start
preschool. An example of this sort of person, would be someone such as Obama. He
had to basically start
developing his plans for going into the government at a very young
. Another example, would be doctors, because they have to start to develop their
skills and take classes starting in high school in order to prepare for med school. But,
they are also seen as very uptight…
Freshman year, I walked into school with my heart racing. It was my first day of high school, and I was as nervous as every other incoming freshmen. My only knowledge of high school up until that point was the horror stories I had been told by alumni. I envisioned walking down the hall and being stuffed into a locker or thrown into a garbage can or robbed of my lunch money, much like in the movies. Needless to say I was petrified.
These ideas dissolved quickly after I spent a few weeks at L-S. I…