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The high school experience: a personal reflection.
Filled with growth and life lessons, the high school experience has been a journey worth the climb.
Anna Waldron , Editor May 4, 2022
High school is arguably the most transformative time of a person’s life. My own experience has been filled with more memories, laughter, stress, and — most importantly, growth — than I ever could have anticipated when I began.
The lessons I have learned about myself, about others, and about the world in the last four years have shaped who I am today, and that person is far from the naive 14-year-old girl who walked through those glass doors of La Salle nearly four years ago. I was oblivious to the overwhelming emotional distress that I would feel when I started high school.
In some ways, it feels like an everyday battle.
As a freshman, the struggle began with adjusting to what felt like a whole new world. I was desperately trying to make friends, considering I had only one. I never knew what it was like to feel alone in a school with so many people. I felt like I had to act a certain way or be a certain person in order to maintain a basic conversation with people in my classes or on my soccer team.
Every day, my head was filled with an overwhelming concern about how I could manage to make myself look like someone with more friends than I actually had at the time.
I remember constantly thinking, “I’ll start enjoying this at some point, right?”
The truth is, I did.
To anyone who is feeling the way I once felt, please know that those feelings do go away. By the end of my freshman year and into the next, I enjoyed myself. School wasn’t particularly challenging, and I was spending my weekends having fun with my friends and going to basketball games and sleepovers. I had finally created a routine and felt mostly content with my life, aside from daunting thoughts in my head telling me it was all a lie.
I think that’s something that all teenagers deal with. It comes with the age, the questions, “do my friends actually like me?” or “am I enough?” — “do people worry about me or have I tricked myself into thinking they do?”
I continued to move throughout my sophomore year feeling a new level of comfort with my life. Then, the pandemic hit.
The original two weeks of quarantine turned into two months, and then two years. The predictable high school experience I had become accustomed to was no longer my reality, and instead, high school turned into an atypical rollercoaster of isolation from all the essential parts of the experience.
To say it was hard would be an understatement, but after the initial forced adjustment to a remote life, I was forced to be content without relying on others.
Without having to fear other people’s judgments of me or having to conceal myself in social situations to appear more “acceptable,” I gained independence and confidence within myself that I didn’t know existed.
Then finally — after over a year — the long-awaited return to school arrived.
I rejoiced in my ability to thrive academically again and I was so relieved to feel like I was really learning. I reconnected with my friends, ate lunch outside, took finals, and then — after a blur of two months — the year ended. My junior year flew by like no other.
When senior year rolled around, I felt out of place. I couldn’t imagine a world where I belonged to the oldest class at the school. In the beginning, it was odd getting used to, but after a few weeks, it was nothing but a thrill as I planned what the next weekend alongside my friends would hold.
My friendships were flourishing and I was becoming closer and closer with people I had never really gotten to know.
Unlike the three years prior, my senior year has felt like a stereotypical high school experience, and I could not be more grateful for it.
I always thought of myself as someone who was above enjoying things like attending soccer games, getting ready for homecoming with my friends, singing karaoke in someone’s basement, or going to a trampoline park for an 18-year-old’s birthday party.
The truth is, I’m not.
I regret that I spent so long depriving myself of the things I love in order to fit a narrative that I created for myself.
I love that I will graduate high school happier and more fulfilled than I ever felt during my other three years here. It feels like everything has finally come full circle, after all these years of feeling so alone.
So yes, it was transformative. I am finally content with the person I have become and the life I have chosen to lead. I wouldn’t be the same without La Salle and I wouldn’t be the same without the people I’ve gotten to know here.
I know that I will look back on my high school experience here, not feeling critical of the insecurities I have felt, but feeling grateful for the memories and lessons that came regardless of them.
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Middle school reflection essay.
8th grade was great I wasn’t the youngest, I was in the oldest grade. At this point I had middle school perfectly handled. Going to high school and being a freshman is terrifying you're the smallest you don’t know what a seminar B is and when you go to it. I loved middle school. I love high school; the only reason that I love it is because I have middle school to reflect off of. I have those experiences to help me have more. I use middle school to reflect and learn from everything that I did. I’m doing well in high school so far only because I have I have past experiences so that I can make choices that best benefit me now. Arnold Spirit from The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian and the Narrator from “The Bass, The River and Sheila Mant” are reflective because they both took action while being unique making it much harder than necessary. At the end of it they learned a valuable lesson and made the best decision for themselves.
My Junior Year In High School
“We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths,” (Walt Disney). The overview of my Junior year in high school was, I believe, the best school year so far both in academic and my personal achievements. As a person I had a major growth, I become more active in school in which was a huge step for me, and academically, well I’ve never seen so many A’s since Freshmen year, well that is if I examine only second semester but overall I felt that my grades were better than last year. This year I became a person who is more open-minded, one who sees the outside world, my mind has opened a door which helped me find the inner me that was stuck in for the past 2 years of high school like if I were a bud that has finally opened. I shockley impressed at myself, willing to accept any new challenges this year which truly helped me become a better person in education and personally.
8th Grade Reflection Essay
I was not a huge fan of this book, it was really hard to understand what was going on do to it thick dialect. The book is written in first person, but the choice of words and dialect created a dense style that made it hard to read and understand what is going on through the book. I had to reread some of the area to understand what the character was saying. Regards the the dialec the book is good to read and understand about black history. Because of the length, style and choice theme; I feel this book will be best for students who are in 8th grade or in highschool.
Over the course of this semester, I can gradually see a change in my writing process. I have been able to think about the topic, I am given and write a well thought out essay. However, I am not the best in the essay department, I have been meeting with my teachers, peers editing my papers in order to obtain their sense of the essay I’ve written. In previous years, I would write essays and think they were well developed, but that wasn’t the case. As a writer, I never really knew how to edit my own work but with time I have been able to change that. I have been able to read the text in
Coming into Drexel this year, a necessity, I learned was to have a clear understanding of the mechanics for literature composition. I learned that it would mature my writing to a higher level of thinking. This is seen as past experiences in my writing through high school English teacher feedback indicated my writing to be full of flaws. I often would receive feedback on my writing being awkwardly worded or lacking fluidity. The one valuable skill I learned from English 101,102 and 103 was the idea that exposure to different readings, formulas and informal writings give practice, for me to find my own voice in writing.
Organization is one specific tool I have used throughout my life consistently that has helped me become who I am today. When I was a little kid, my mother use to say, “ okay, now help me clean up.” This stuck with me and as years went by, I eventually did so without her asking. I had a place for all of my things. If it wasn’t there when I went to look for it, I became anxious. Point is, at a very young age, I discovered the need for things around me to be organized and tidy. Throughout the course of one’s life, we adapt many practices that later shape who we are. These practices are called literate repurposing. While gathering my research, I came across many unique findings. This character trait has never diminished, and I've repurposed my organizational skills all throughout my life.
I have participated in Acts of Random Kindness club, whose purpose has been to spread positivity in the school environment. High school students encounter a variety of emotions such as anxiety, stress, and drama. Hence, we have done uplifting projects such as putting nice complements inside books. We have also reached out to teachers by delivering messages of appreciation to their mailboxes. Furthermore, I have partaken in Colts for Animals, whose motive was to spread student awareness in regards to animal cruelty. We invited guest a few times speakers to talk about issues relating to animal abuse. Moreover, as a member of Garden club, I have helped in beautifying our campus from watering plants to picking out the weeds to digging up for new plants.
As i a still learning i am/did have trouble with this. This time I am going to connect it into one section(I will try and split them up but they may run together)
Not many people attribute hardship to the actuality that they are the initial root of the issue. In my instance, a speech disorder restricted my ability to effectively communicate; however, a subconscious attribution lead me to limit my social interaction. My failure to extort the idea of structured redevelopment immobilized the outcome of effective action.
I learned a lot in my life like math, history, fitness, health, etc. Though I always had one curriculum that catch my interest than others. That subject would be english as the one that caught my eye as one might say. I was always fansticated with the certain techniques and skills you can learn from it. The expressiveness that people can learn from that subject and put what they learn into something big like for example writing an play, movie, skits, etc is truly something special. So as young adult I find myself willing to learn these intrestic skills that many talented writers have master and I have belief that my techniques will be sharpen to mastery. In english 102 I can proudly say that those beliefs did happen as the class went further through days and weeks so did my progression as a researcher and writer that in factly impact my future career. I own to the teacher and support programs in the school that provided me this which I couldn’t thrive without.
One aim I remember well is “Why do we prefer to see segregation as natural, or unplanned?” as I was the one who helped pick it. You gave me a choice between this question and “do we prefer to see segregation as natural, or unnatural?” (something like that), and I picked the former because I knew it better prompted the way you like to guide your lessons. I didn’t think you wanted a debate on whether segregation is planned or not, but rather a discuss on how calculated the racism in our nation is. When you asked the class about the aim, I remember there being silence. Even I was uncomfortable answering because Americans have a tendency to not want to accept their faults. It’s in our textbooks, our curriculum, and our daily lives. Every single history teacher I’ve ever had remained very neutral to the information they taught (which I don’t blame them for most teachers are expected to not share opinions), but you did not care and I loved that!! I feel like I never had the weight of how cruel and deliberate our history of racism was really drop on me until I was in your class. Americans passed segregation off as a natural process because we knew it was wrong, and did nothing about it, but we did not want to feel bad about ourselves and accept what a backwards society we created. It’s such a simple concept, but for some reason, it didn’t hit me hard until then.
When working at Wade King in Mr. Denton's fourth grade classroom, I found that the students were very excited to have Nicole and me as guest teachers for their math hour. I had never worked with fourth grade students before, so their warm and inviting attitudes help calm my nerves. The lessons went well and I was surprised by some of the students' connections that they had made throughout our lessons. For example, there were several students that would bring up things that we hadn't talked about yet, but we were going to at the end of the lesson. Like the connection that certain fractions were larger than other fractions and this connection tied into the end of the lesson where we would place fractions on a number line by smallest to largest. It was so exciting to see students making these connections on their own and understanding the content that was being taught. I also felt like I was able to support the students very well when they had questions or difficulty with the lesson. I must admit, I was intimidated by the new fancy school and the fact that the students knew Chinese! Also, never having worked with fourth graders before, I didn't know what to expect or if I was truly prepared. Then we began teaching and the students had questions that I could confidently answer! Everything that I had learned paid off and it was such a good feeling to be able to support students learning. Something else that went well was teaching to Bridges. Bridges is so easy to follow and the
Upon completing my first semester of college, I would say that the moment I will most likely remember most is the preparation of my Portfolio for my Africana Studies 115 APPR University Writing class. While working on the assignment, reviewing and organizing each iteration along with the revisions to each and every exercise within the selected progression, I noticed the high level of critical thinking that I applied to my work throughout the semester. This level of critical thinking was something I could not see myself doing prior to my college experience. Another highlighted memory will be the fact that I developed a greater degree of camaraderie with my classmates. Usually, interactions with other individuals in a class, with whom I am not well acquainted, produced very poor results.
Giving back to the community is a passion of mine. The most rewarding experiences in my life have been doing what I can, to help others. As an Education major, helping children in the community is important to me, and reflected in my volunteer work. I have volunteered in several classrooms over the past two years in partnership with Junior Achievement. Volunteering with Junior Achievement allowed me to teach second grade students about the community they live in, the differences they can make in the community, and empowering students to become successful citizens who make a positive impact in the community. I have also volunteered with SA Reads, tutoring four students in reading in high-poverty schools in San Antonio. When tutoring, I use Science-Based Reading Instruction to improve literacy components. Tutoring students with SA Reads allows me to directly impact the lives of children in the community by tutoring them in reading each week, improving their reading skills, and helping students who would otherwise fall behind, succeed. Other ways in which I have impacted the community in a positive way is by regularly donating platelets at the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center, donating books to children nominated for an angel tree, volunteering at SWISD Special Olympics, Volunteering with Voices for Children, Picking up litter in a neighborhood, volunteering at the Celtic games and music festival cultural event at the kids’ corner, raising awareness of human trafficking
Practicums are a time to put into practice what we as pre-service teachers have learnt in theory. This experience can be challenging and rewarding all at the same time as it makes a pre-service teacher face both their strengths and challenges as an individual and an educator. Lesson planning can be time-consuming during the hours when one is not teaching but makes the teaching time run more smoothly. There are standards that graduate teachers need to adhere to and relationships with mentors, children, families and colleagues to establish all in such a short time.
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High SChool REflection Essay
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 wasn't mugged, no one tried to sell me mind altering drugs, and I actually made it through break time at the cafe. Life at school became easier as I came to meet people and actually know my way around the halls. Over four years I have been here I have developed friendships with many of the faculty as well as kids my own age. Some of these relationships were with teachers while others were with other staff members. When people begin their adventure through high school, their journey begins with an aura of uncertainness. No one knows quite what to expect, so they prepare by expecting the unexpected. I can still remember my first day of high school. I awoke early and forced down breakfast trying to subside the fluttering of butterflies in my stomach. When I arrived at school I was surprised by both the size of the school and the size of the students. The seniors were so big! To say that I was intimidated is an understatement. For the first time in my life I was unsure of who I was and who I was going to turn out to be. Previous to entering high school I had heard all of these rumors about hazing and what not and I was uneasy at the prospect of being openly ridiculed. As the year progressed my uneasiness began to fade. I began to meet new people and try new things. I Show More
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In this essay, the author
- Opines that high school has taught them many things, both academically and emotionally. it has exposed and exposed their true colors and built many aspects of their character.
- Explains that they learned a lot about their personal qualities, such as strengths and weaknesses, and their work habits and attitudes at alameda high school.
- Explains how they learned communication in english, spanish, and other languages. they also learned how to construct meaning from a variety of different materials.
- Explains that they had to learn how to use efficient learning techniques that worked best for them. alameda community learning center allowed them to express themselves and their ideas in an entirely new way.
- Describes their experience at alameda community learning center and how they now apply technology to many different aspects of their life, including academics, personal, and recreational.
- Opines that high school has defined, shaped their character, and helped them mature into the young woman that they are today.
I now apply technology to many different aspects of my life including academics, personal, and recreational. I am now able to choose wisely between different types of technology and am able to distinguish between the different options that I have. I also have a much better understanding of the wide variety of programs that are accessible to me and I am able to use them with a basic understanding of how they work. My high school experience has been a very challenging and exciting 4 years. I have learned many things that will help me in life and I feel confident that I am ready for whatever obstacle I may face. High school has defined, shaped my character, and helped me to mature into the young woman that I am
- Opines that high school is important because students begin to plan their life. they plan on being a psychiatrist and living in florida by the time they are thirty.
- Recommends michigan state university as their first choice for a career in psychiatry. after schooling, most psychiatrists start their own practice.
- Opines that if they continue to be successful in high school, they will be accepted into michigan state university.
- Opines that they want to become a psychiatrist and hopes to one day carry out their plan.
- Explains that they want to move to florida to finish their four years of residency after michigan state university. the move will be big, but it is worth it.
- Explains that if their life takes an unexpected turn relating to college, they will attend central michigan university. it takes approximately six to eight years to become a chiropractor.
- Opines that central michigan university is a great second option for them if their main plan changes.
- Explains that they want to be a chiropractor if they don't become psychiatrists. the minimum requirement for this career is 'bachelor's' degree, but most students will continue schooling to get master’s degrees.
- Opines that they want to move to arizona after graduating from school and becoming a chiropractor. moving away from michigan will be tough, but it is the right decision.
- Explains that they did some research and found interviews online with psychiatrists. ronald fraser is asked why he was interested in psychology.
- Opines that showing patients that they care about them in the hospital is a rewarding feeling.
- Opines that psychiatry is suited to people who like people, find people interesting, are empathic, and find human behavior fascinating.
- Opines that high school is a very important time because it is when students prepare their plans for the future. they have begun to consider their options and the path that each one will lead them down.
- Opines that high school has been an irreplaceable experience for them. they feel like they have been equipped for college and life as a whole.
- Opines that their aspiration is to be the first in their family to finish high school, which motivates them to do better.
- Narrates how the book oh, the places you’ll go changed their way of thinking as a young kid. they realized that they could do great things and go to big places because they had the power to decide where to go.
- Explains that almost everyone on their mom's side of the family has an eye problem or disease, which motivated them to go into the medical field as an optometrist.
- Explains that robeson early college has guided them to enroll as a full-time student at the university of north carolina at pembroke.
- Opines that the four years of high school have taught them to appreciate what they have and not take things for granted.
- Narrates how they depended on their parents and school vans for transportation to and from school for the past four years. being part of this school tested how much they want to be a successful person.
- Opines that freshman year was their most challenging and confusing school year of all. the intensity of school work got harder and not having anyone at home made things feel impossible.
- Opines that more hispanics are enrolling in college and obtaining a four-year degree than any other race or ethnicity, but we are slowly catching up.
- Explains that they plan to give it their all in order to successfully finish this semester. they will ask their professor to explain the topic and study on their own to keep their grades up.
- Explains that they are the type of person who does not like asking for much help and prefers to find a solution independently. their senior year showed them that life cannot always work that way.
- Explains the proverb "solo esta derrotado quien se da por vencido" and how they have learned that there will be times that life puts its foot in front of us to test their strength.
- Explains that high school and college are to complete different things but, they seem to connect in a way.
- Explains that high school has its perks and disadvantages, such as strict rules, a strict schedule, and people who care more about what people think of them.
- Opines that college offers an amazing life experience. it's a place where you can show up whenever you want to, but you have to actually pay to attend.
- Opines that making a difference between college and high school matter is important, especially when you are changing from childhood to adulthood.
- Explains that a leader is an individual who inspires, motivates and influences someone who has an array of decisions to make.
- Describes how they decided to make their high school career one that they would not regret and wish i would have revolutionized their campus later in life.
- Explains that many of the freshmen they met were college bound students because of their success and bold mindset. they want to graduate from a four-year university and divulge to the younger community that it is possible.
- Narrates how they wished they could be homeschooled and dreaded going to school every day. the transition into high school was tough for them.
- Recounts how their grandmother passed away in early october of 2013. she was always there for a good talk or to spend the day baking, shopping, and cleaning.
- Describes how they were withdrawn from their friends, family, and extra activities. one of the hardest things for them was realizing that one outside of their family noticed how i was acting differently.
- Narrates how they missed their grandmother so much, so many things were happening in their life that they wanted to share with her.
- Narrates how they lost a voicemail from their grandmother that she had left during the first week of school, but listening back to it changed their perspective on everything.
- Recalls that voicemail that got them through freshman year. they kept telling themselves that misery was leading them to a outcome soon. their grandma passed away on october 6th.
- Concludes their essay by talking about their high school experience and how they learned things out of school that made them who they are today. high school was not a good experience for them.
- Describes their experience of taking an art class, which opened their eyes to a whole new perspective. they decided to major in art when they get to college.
- Describes how they had a bad experience in high school when one of their favorite teachers started to be cruel. they had to switch to another class and succeeded with another teacher.
- Narrates how they enjoyed learning how to dance by watching videos to their favorite singers. hearing the music already had them wanting to move motivated them to learn.
- Opines that the art class has shaped them into having a passion for wanting an art career for life. they would like to learn how to speak english properly and expand their vocabulary.
- Opines that high school made them change to be ready for encounters with other people and for college in the future.
- Explains that high school trained them by taking responsibilities on their actions and work. they have learned how to better interact with other people, which will help them get a job or out in public.
- Explains that high school has taught them to be different from years past. they've taken more responsibilities in life and work, but also learned how to interact better with strangers.
- Opines that their high school life has helped shape the way for their college experiences that they will face.
- Opines that they hope to gain many things from their college experience, such as becoming independent and taking on new responsibilities.
- Opines that they have a fairly accurate idea regarding what they want to do with their life.
- Opines that in college, they will be exposed to new clubs and activities. involvement in extra events has provided a balance for rigorous course study.
- Explains that their greatest accomplishment has not yet happened, but the new experiences that they will face have been long awaited. they chose to write about the future rather than the present.
- Opines that high school is a time in their life where they go through the most changes. they describe their journey as scary, exciting, and successful.
- Narrates how they were nervous about starting high school, but the first day of school was amazing. they worked up their courage and decided to join robotics team, host a fun-day for international people, and go bowling on spring carnival.
- Narrates how they were anxious to start 10th grade and prayed to god for a wonderful year filled with laughter, good health, and the strength to get good grades.
- Narrates how they hoped 11th grade wasn't as horrible as most people said, but they were determined to face any obstacle that came in their path.
- Explains that their senior year was a pivotal time in their life. graduation was their top priority, and clubs and extra activities were important for college acceptance.
- Opines that college is the gateway to a good future and that they plan on going to college. the way they act, what they do, the classes they take, everything matters.
- Describes how their senior year of high school was the most memorable time of their life. they overcame false accusations and made their mother proud by receiving their diploma.
- Narrates how they dated a muscular and handsome guy who was the captain of the eagles basketball team in middle school. they began maturing when they were senior captains.
- Describes how their mother was the only one fighting for them to exceed in their goals. many women complain that they can not succeed in life because of an unexcepted child but her mother beat the odds.
- Narrates how they lost their high school sweetheart and heard their family tell them they wouldn't amount to anything other than another young pregnant teen mom. they were determined to pass their exams and prove everyone wrong.
- Describes how santiago, the basketball star of the school and their high school sweetheart, stood in front of them and held them in his warm muscular arms.
- Opines that their senior year of high school was the absolute highlight out of all their memories because they were able to end a relationship on good terms with their high-school sweetheart, dedicate themselves to graduation, make their mother proud and that has all made them the women they are today.
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High School Reflection Essay: Similar to the case with all articles, your reflection paper should start inside a presentation that contains both a snare and a postulation proclamation. The reason behind having a ‘snare’ is to command the notice of your crowd or peruser from the earliest starting point.
A reflection paper is a few page exposition that allows you to share your contemplations on an encounter, like an understanding task or a class, and apply what you’ve figured out how to your life and instruction. In contrast to most papers, they’re moderately casual, zeroing in on your responses to the experience and how you anticipate applying your new information. Association, the solidarity of thoughts, and the utilization of clear models are all keys to making an effective reflection exposition.
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My High School Experience Essay
High school has been an exceptionally fascinating encounter for me. It has certainly had its highs and lows and many befuddling encounters in the middle. In general, I feel like I have been prepared for school, yet in addition life all in all. High school has shown me numerous things, both scholastically and inwardly. It has uncovered and uncovered my genuine nature, both great and terrible, and thus, has constructed numerous parts of my person. My encounters at Good Shepherd High school and Good Shepherd Learning Center have formed me into the individual that I am today.
From both of these schools, I have taken in a ton about my own characteristics, like my qualities and shortcomings, and my work propensities and perspectives. One of the main things that I needed to learn at Good ShepherdHigh school, which comprised of my green bean and sophomore years, was a liability. I understood that after centre school, my instructors just had such a lot of responsibility for my grades and even activities.
Regardless of whether I turned in my schoolwork or got a passing mark in the general class all relied on me. My instructors were as of now not considered liable for whether I comprehended the illustrations or even displayed for their group. I figured out how to step up to the plate on the off chance that I didn’t get something and I reliably talked with my instructors about an arrangement that would assist me with prevailing in their group.
Luckily, my functioning propensities were never an issue for me. I was in every case exceptionally focused and finished the entirety of my schoolwork, classwork, and undertakings on schedule. However, when it came to working with others, issues emerged. I needed to figure out how to be modest myself and become responsive to the thoughts and assessments of people around me. I could presently don’t keep on talking over others and negligence their considerations. To work in a gathering effectively, I understood that I must show restraint, adaptability, and deferential. Getting positive confidence and self-esteem was consistently quite difficult for me. It was difficult for me to face troublesome difficulties with the mentality of “I can do it,” since all that I could see was whatever was directly before me. At the point when I got a handle on the significance of confidence and being sure of what I was unable to see or comprehend, I had quite a lot more certainty and security in myself and in my future.
All through every one of my years in High school, as I took all of the necessary A-G classes, I learned numerous things. I found out with regards to correspondence, in English, yet Spanish also. I figured out how to hold a discussion with a Spanish-talking individual and I likewise figured out how to compose and peruse in the language. In both English and Spanish, I figured out how to impart my contemplations, thoughts and data in a formal and smooth structure. I acquired a lot of my composing abilities from the books, books, and brief tales that I read.
My degree of perusing cognizance improved as I figured out how to comprehend decipher, and like the composed data in writing, exposition, and different records. Generally speaking, I figured out how to develop significance from a wide range of materials. Tuning in and talking were additionally vital things that I needed to learn. Through tuning in, I figured out how to get, decipher, and measure verbal messages and different types of correspondence. As far as speaking, I figured out how to put together my musings and convey my thoughts, information and data through familiar discourse. Practically these abilities I had the option to learn inside my study halls and other scholastic settings. To the extent different subjects in school, for example, history, sociologies, topography, actual wellbeing, artistic expression, and science, I gained from the different courses that I took at both Good ShepherdHigh School and Good Shepherd Learning Center.
Thinking and thinking abilities were additionally something that must be created throughout my years inside High school. Despite the fact that this is a roundabout language, I needed to figure out how to learn. I needed to figure out how to utilize productive learning methods that turned out best for me. I understood that the way that I learned was not generally the way that my instructors expected or even needed me to learn. I needed to discover better approaches for applying my insight and abilities. Despite the fact that I have consistently been a genuinely innovative individual, in coming to Good Shepherd Learning Center, I certainly figured out how to consider some fresh possibilities.
Rather than the conventional composition, activities, and strategies for educating and learning, I have conceded the opportunity to communicate my thoughts and my thoughts in an altogether new way. My imaginative reasoning has extended in its beginnings and is presently not oppressed by the traditional hindrances. Dynamic, critical thinking, frameworks thinking and thinking all run connected at the hip. I have taken in these through the two internal and external homeroom encounters all through High school. I have figured out how to perceive issues, comprehend the variety in climate/society, use rationale, and eventually reaching determinations that lead to successful and mindful choices.
Since I’ve been at Good Shepherd Learning Center, I have taken in a ton about innovation and have acquired a lot more prominent consciousness of it. I currently apply innovation to various parts of my life including scholastics, individual, and sports. I’m presently ready to pick carefully between various sorts of innovation and am ready to recognize the various alternatives that I have. I additionally have a greatly improved comprehension of the wide assortment of projects that are open to me and I am ready to utilize them with a fundamental comprehension of how they work.
My High school experience has been an extremely difficult and invigorating 4 years. I have learned numerous things that will help me throughout everyday life and I feel certain that I am prepared for whatever obstruction I might confront. High school has characterized, moulded my person, and assisted me with developing into the young lady that I am today.
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Question 1. How to write a reflection essay on high school?
Answer: A reflection paper is a few page exposition that allows you to share your contemplations on an encounter, like an understanding task or a class, and apply what you’ve figured out how to your life and instruction.
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Answer: Your reflection paper should start inside a presentation that contains both a snare and a postulation proclamation. The reason behind having a ‘snare’ is to command the notice of your crowd or peruser from the earliest starting point.
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Answer: Compose a reflection paper zeroing in on your initial three years in secondary school. Examine those encounters and occasions that have affected the manner in which you are today alongside your assumptions and plans for what’s to come. Incorporate the objectives and destinations you have for your senior year and then some.
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“Without struggle there’s no progress” was the quote I looked up to through out my high school experience. As I woke up every morning I hated the fact that I had to go to Warren Easton and feel stressed about it. The only positive aspects I thought about were “you have to graduate, and prove society wrong”. From the first day I stepped into the halls of Warren Easton, I felt over worked, but very confident. The whole idea of being in high school was great, but the work that sat in my face was not.
But hey, that’s high school right? At Warren Easton I had so many incredible, emotional, enjoyable, and most outrageous memories while being a student at Warren Easton. Everyday on the announcements I had to be attentive to my principle, Mrs. Medley, badger my peers about uniforms, being on time, and respecting others. If it wasn’t for Mrs. Medley and administration being there to harass us everyday of the year I wouldn’t have learned responsibilities, cause in reality it would have been much more worst.
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One solution that I will always remember from over the years of high school was how lazy I was. Being lazy from my freshman to junior year really took a toll on me once I became a senior. I was always so stressed out and overwhelmed by the work because I had to force myself to get the work done, and on time. Throughout my hectic high school years I have also grown a lot personally and socially.
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As a freshman I was one of the shy people that sat in the back of the library everyday. I didn’t communicate much sense I didn’t know anyone that well, but now that I am a senior I am far from shy. High school has showed me that you have to keep positive people around you no matter what because they’ll always be somebody negative around that wants to bring you down mentally telling you can’t, or you’ll never succeed. Everything that I’ve been told positively I will take it into consideration and apply it to my life. Moreover, the most interacting and fun I had from my junior to senior year for being in the allied health program with Nurse Ferrand. In Allied health we learned about the different fields that involved medicine, interacting with patients, needles, and even drawing blood. In my senior year I got the chance to be enrolled into a nursing program at NANA (nursing assistant network association). In this program we became certified in CNA (certified nursing assistant), Phlebotomy (blood letting or introduce fluid), and even EKG Technician (performing diagnostic tests to access the heart rhythm and rate in patients). What I like most about this program is that I will have a good job while I am in college. This program also showed me responsibility and dedication. I can honestly say the classes weren’t easy, but I managed to get my schoolwork, and nursing work done and complete on time. In conclusion, I can honestly say that high school was like a roller coaster. I’ve learned so much in these short four years, and I’m truly going to miss it dearly. I will take everything that I’ve learned and apply it to my life after I graduate. Of course I still have plenty to learn, but I feel like I have accomplished one of my first biggest accomplishments in my life. But ill always remember, “Without struggle there’s no progress”.
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