We usually all have an idea of what we want to be when we are little, but us actually sticking to that is not always the case. There are many steps to career planning, usually starting with picking what courses you want to take in high school to get you on the right field. There are many great reasons to plan your career including but not limited to; having an idea of what college you want to go to, knowing what classes to take, and being properly trained so that you are the best at what you do in whatever field you choose to go into. When you’re in 11th grade you start looking at schools, of course there’s the one that your favorite team plays for, and then there’s the one that all your friends go to, but you need to choose what is best for you. You’re paying a lot of money for college you don’t want to fail out because you wanted to spend more time with your friends. When you go into any field there is a certain amount of classes you need to take, if you know what field you are going to be in then there is no mistake of what classes you need to and need not to take. If you already have your career plan in play then you will be able to get through school a lot faster. Being trained is a huge deal; you want to make sure that whatever field you go into, that you have been properly trained for that field. This is especially important in my field which is the medical field because, if you are not trained correctly then someone can get hurt or even die, people are…
English teacher at Walled Lake Western high school. This is my 20th year and I’ve taught almost every core and elective course offered. Western, as you may know, is an International Baccalaureate school and our student population is extremely diverse. We pride ourselves on our academic rigor and celebrate our diversity.
Mary Shereda began the year in a long term substitute position teaching four sections of 11th grade general English and one section of 9th grade general English. Mary’s schedule…
State of New Jersey
2880 E CHESTNUT AVE
VINELAND, NJ 08360-6144
This school's academic performance significantly lags in comparison to schools across the state. Additionally, its academic
performance lags in comparison to its peers. This school's college and career readiness lags in comparison to schools across the
state. Additionally, its college and career readiness lags in comparison to its peers. This school's graduation…
Do you have good grades? Well if you don’t have good grades, you need good grades to be involved in sports, extra curriculum activities, and you will have a hard time being accepted into a great college.
Good grades are very important for eligibility in sports. With ought a 2.0 grade average it is impossible to be in a sport. Sports are a great list to have on a file. Sports help you stay physically fit mentally and physically. If you are very athletic student…
Cutting out the arts in public schools
First Composition, English102
November 06, 2013
Music and Arts
Creativity can be measured in several different ways. Writing a beautiful and inspirational poem or book can be considered creativity. Playing and instrument in a band or, singing in a choir or, even drawing can be also considered creativity. Students in schools use these different ways of creativity that there school has to offer to express themselves and…
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…
School and Stress
September 24, 2013
School is Stressful
Since the day I graduated in 2009, I have been continuously in and out of school. I took multiple breaks, because my work load was stressful, I was trying to maintain good grades and have a booming social life. Another major reason was, because I wasn’t giving my full attention to my studies, I wasn’t living up to my full potential and that was a reflection of my horrible grades. I felt like it was a waste of time to keep doing something…
How To Get High Grades In School
Getting good grades in high school really is not as hard as people thing it is. Sure, you do have to be determined but the key to good grades is to be able to prioritize. I believe it really helps to just stay organized, learn how to manage your time and attend all your classes.
First, Staying organized is not a hard deal, every student has his own way to stay organized and keep the distractions away. I have a notebook in my room…
24 April 2014
Dead Poets Society Essay
Reflecting upon the film Dead Poets Society, the school of Welton is established on four pillars. The four pillars taught in the school of Welton are tradition, excellence, honor, and discipline which is what standards Bridgeport High School is built upon. Bridgeport is a school that almost fits to these four pillars because it is commonly known that we are an excellent school that carries out many traditions. Also, Bridgeport High School has a large…