I went to Queens High School of Teaching to observe the reaction of the students. I realized that the students seemed very tensed, and stressed due to the pressure of work that they are given to do. The students’ ages were between ages 14-18. I realized that all the teens behaved in a different manner. The students that were in the front of the School seemed to be High School Freshman, and the students that came later were seniors, so I knew that the students’ timing depended on their grade level. There were many students were talking about their SAT’S, and their School exams, so that’s the reason they probably seemed stressed. I also realized that the manners of the students’ behavior were very different. Especially the seniors acted much stressed out, but the freshmen seemed to be very relaxed. I think the reasons that the seniors acted very stressed out was because they want to finish the last year successfully, and complete their goals. Many students had athletic outfits, and there were students in the athletic field playing Volleyball. The students seemed to be very athletic, and competitive. The School that I went to was located in Bellerose, by Long Island. The area seemed very crowded because of the students, but after they entered the School, the area seemed to be very Country like, but not too crowded. I think the reason this School seemed that way was because there were not many stores near by for most of the students to…
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. In those tender years, I had…
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I am currently in an outpatient substance abuse program. My name is Lucy. I am a high school student, I do not want others people at my high school to know I am in an outpatient program. I do not want to be judged for my past, but for who I am today. This is my story, I started using Norco’s when I was 14 yrs. old, and I took them from my grandma’s medicine cabinet. I became addicted rather fast. I started taking more and more, before long my grades at school started suffering. I started…
named Junior went out of the reservation and changed some white people’s view of aboriginals. He used to be a timid, unconfident and pessimistic person. In contrast, after he transferred to Reardan and join the basketball in there as a freshman, he became a hopeful, brave person who full of confidence.
Junior’s life changed a lot after he transferred to the new high school in Reardan. He became more confident and brave than before. In this story, when he first attended in this school, a boy named…
take care of the poor. On one side you have the rich the people who succeeded in what they did in life. But on the other side you have the poor which with some have had to drop out of high school because they needed to support their family. Both have great points, but which one is right? In my personal opinion I think since the rich have earned their money and deserve to do what they want with their money, but if the rich want to give back to the poor they should but, it’s not their responsibility…
with me” I said. “No problem” Alexa said with that sweet smile on her face, she was wearing a pretty floral printed dress with some pink heels. Alexandra Hernandez or she prefers to people to call her Alexa. Alexa is Peruvian; she was born in April 14, 1994. Alexa was everyone’s favorite cousin, was the second child of three or the middle child.
“I’m here to ask you some question about your high school times” I said. “Ohh high school” Alexa said with an uncomfortable face. “Yes high school so, how…
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I first heard about the Hetrick-Martin Institute a few years ago on Kimora Lee Simmon’s show “Life in the Fab Lane”. She was donating monies to the school, and what caught my attention was that it was an LGBTQ high school. Back then, around the time that I was a freshman going into my sophomore year of high school, I was exploring my sexuality and in the midst of it all I concluded that I was bisexual and soon I realized I’m a lesbian. Hearing about an LGBTQ high school piqued my interest and so…
I went for the Men's Big 10 basketball tourney. The location of the UC is in an odd location. This is obviously a subjective opinion from a non Chicagoian. The lack of immediate food or beverage establishments is another immediate observation that might only be an observation because during the Big 10 tourney they clear the venue between sessions. There was a tent behind the UC but no where large enough to hold the crowds leaving or arriving the next session. It was cold & raining and we walked…