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5 Common Types of High School Essays (With Examples)

5 common types of high school essays

When it comes to high school essays, descriptive and narrative essays are very similar in the sense that they encourage writers to be creative in expressing their ideas. Expository and argumentative essays focus on providing clear information and making compelling points. Analytical essays require writers to present their arguments and are intended to enhance readers’ understanding of a topic, while persuasive writers try to persuade readers to accept a point of view.

In this article, we will go into details about each one to help you better define the type and the writing method when you start writing. 

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1. descriptive high school essays.

A descriptive essay asks writers to describe something vividly —object, person, place, experience, emotion, situation, etc., but more commonly you will be asked to describe something abstract —emotions, experiences, or something outside of your typical experience.

A descriptive essay allows writers to be creative and have the freedom to express, especially when the topic is personal about them and what they care about, for example, their favorite food or their culture. Even though this sounds easy, this type of essay tests the writer’s ability to make appropriate word choices and have a strong creativity to help readers visualize the overall picture of what they are writing about. A descriptive essay normally starts with introducing the subject or object of description, continuing with giving an overall picture, and then going into details.

Below is an example of a descriptive essay from Yourdictionary :

I watched a thunderstorm, far out over the sea. It began quietly, and with nothing visible except tall dark clouds and a rolling tide. There was just a soft murmur of thunder as I watched the horizon from my balcony. Over the next few minutes, the clouds closed and reflected lightning set the rippling ocean aglow. The thunderheads had covered up the sun, shadowing the vista. It was peaceful for a long time.

I was looking up when the first clear thunderbolt struck. It blazed against the sky and sea; I could see its shape in perfect reverse colors when I blinked. More followed. The thunder rumbled and stuttered as if it could hardly keep up. There were openings in the cloud now, as if the sky were torn, and spots of brilliant blue shone above the shadowed sea.

I looked down then, watching the waves. Every bolt was answered by a moment of spreading light on the surface. The waves were getting rough, rising high and crashing hard enough that I could hear them.

Then came the rain. It came all at once and in sheets, soaking the sand, filling the sea. It was so dense I could only see the lightning as flashes of light. It came down so hard the thunder was drowned. Everything was rhythmic light and shadow, noise and silence, blending into a single experience of all five senses.

In an instant it stopped. The storm broke. The clouds came apart like curtains. The rain still fell, but softly now. It was as if there had never been a storm at all, except for a single signature. A rainbow, almost violently bright, spread above and across the water. I could see the horizon again.

2. Narrative Essay

A narrative high school essay is similar to a descriptive essay but focuses more on the story description rather than object description. The story can be about a personal experience that the writer has had, an event, a story, an incident. Writers can even narrate a fictional experience that they haven’t had. Narrative essays are typically written in the first person. For example, the personal statement high school students have to write for college applications.

The purpose of a narrative essay is not only to tell a story, but also to highlight the importance of the experience. Therefore, to write a perfect narrative essay, writers must include the elements of settings, context, plot, ending, and climax.

We have an example from a student’s work, which was published on the blog: People’s Republic of Creativity

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I sat watching the plunger slowly make its way down the tube and into Miriam’s body. Inside the tube was a clear unknown liquid that would soon be injected into my own body. This was the third time this week, the twelfth time this month, and who knows how many times since we have been trapped in this hell on earth. Each day, we have only been given the bare minimum of food, water, and sleep. I don’t know how much longer we can survive before deemed useless by him.

Miriam fell out of her chair and onto the cold concrete floor, screaming in pain. She scrambles for something she can grasp onto to prop her malnourished body up. Then the piercing sound just suddenly stopped. Her thin arms that look only of bones and skin drop to the ground and she lay still on the floor, as if she were…dead. Please don’t tell me she’s dead! No, she couldn’t be; we promised each other to live until the day of liberation.

She needs to live.

It was my turn. He walked over with a syringe full of what had just been injected into Miriam. I try to focus on the red, black, and white badge on his left arm instead of letting the fear crawl in and take over my brain. But the unsettling tension stirs my thoughts around and around.

“Twin A1387, let’s hope what happened to your sister doesn’t happen to you.” He smirked. The needle pierced through my skin and my body was suddenly aflame. The raging blaze spread through every one of my veins, until I was shrouded in darkness.

When I opened my eyes again, I found myself in an empty confinement. The space next to me, the space for Miriam, was empty too. Where was everyone? Most importantly, where was Miriam?

I got up and set my bare foot onto the dirty, wooden floor. Suddenly, my head started spinning and along with it, the world spun too. I fell to the ground, and when I could finally lift my head, what I saw above me terrified me. It was him, death in human form, and beside him were four of his helpers. They grabbed my arms and forced me to stand up.

“Good morning A1387. I am afraid your dear twin sister couldn’t handle the injections from yesterday. Let’s hope your fragile little limbs can endure those chemicals. I wonder how many more injections it will take for you to meet your pathetic sister,” he said, patting my head. His tone was playful, but deadly.

I froze. What? Miriam…dead? That one word, “twins”, has taken away everything of what feels like my past life, and now my last hope? I felt a surge of anger, hatred, sadness, fear, devastation swirling inside me like boiling lava in a volcano, ready to erupt. I wanted to scream, to shout, to kill him, but I couldn’t. My soft limbs felt as if they would collapse merely by trying to stand up. They would be harmless and defenceless against the Angel of Death. When he saw the hatred on my face, he started laughing hysterically and simply said, “What a shame; she was only 13. I cannot wait to see how long it will take for you to fall apart!”

3. Expository Essay

According to Purdue University , the expository essay is a genre of essay that requires the student to investigate an idea, evaluate evidence, expound on the idea, and set forth an argument concerning that idea in a clear and concise manner. To accomplish this, writers use the method of comparison and contrast, definition, example, cause, and effect, etc.

Writers are not required to argue or make a personal opinion, but to present balanced and well-organized facts and figures.

In an expository essay–as the name suggests–you need to expose the particular subject in question by providing enough information. It is an informative piece of writing that provides a balanced analysis of the topic. It does not contain any personal opinion; instead, it is based on real facts and figures. Therefore, this kind of high school essay is commonly assigned in high school or college in order to test students’ familiarity with a topic and ability to convey information.

This is an example from College Board’s SAT Writing Prompt.  

In response to our world’s growing reliance on artificial light, writer Paul Bogard argues that natural darkness should be preserved in his article “Let There be dark”. He effectively builds his argument by using a personal anecdote, allusions to art and history, and rhetorical questions.

Bogard starts his article off by recounting a personal story – a summer spent on a Minnesota lake where there was “woods so dark that [his] hands disappeared before [his] eyes.” In telling this brief anecdote, Bogard challenges the audience to remember a time where they could fully amass themselves in natural darkness void of artificial light. By drawing in his readers with a personal encounter about night darkness, the author means to establish the potential for beauty, glamour, and awe-inspiring mystery that genuine darkness can possess. He builds his argument for the preservation of natural darkness by reminiscing for his readers a first-hand encounter that proves the “irreplaceable value of darkness.” This anecdote provides a baseline of sorts for readers to find credence with the author’s claims.

Bogard’s argument is also furthered by his use of allusion to art – Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” – and modern history – Paris’ reputation as “The City of Light”. By first referencing “Starry Night”, a painting generally considered to be undoubtedly beautiful, Bogard establishes that the natural magnificence of stars in a dark sky is definite. A world absent of excess artificial light could potentially hold the key to a grand, glorious night sky like Van Gogh’s according to the writer. This urges the readers to weigh the disadvantages of our world consumed by unnatural, vapid lighting. Furthermore, Bogard’s alludes to Paris as “the famed ‘city of light’”. He then goes on to state how Paris has taken steps to exercise more sustainable lighting practices. By doing this, Bogard creates a dichotomy between Paris’ traditionally alluded-to name and the reality of what Paris is becoming – no longer “the city of light”, but moreso “the city of light…before 2 AM”. This furthers his line of argumentation because it shows how steps can be and are being taken to preserve natural darkness. It shows that even a city that is literally famous for being constantly lit can practically address light pollution in a manner that preserves the beauty of both the city itself and the universe as a whole.

Finally, Bogard makes subtle yet efficient use of rhetorical questioning to persuade his audience that natural darkness preservation is essential. He asks the readers to consider “what the vision of the night sky might inspire in each of us, in our children or grandchildren?” in a way that brutally plays to each of our emotions. By asking this question, Bogard draws out heartfelt ponderance from his readers about the affecting power of an untainted night sky. This rhetorical question tugs at the readers’ heartstrings; while the reader may have seen an unobscured night skyline before, the possibility that their child or grandchild will never get the chance sways them to see as Bogard sees. This strategy is definitively an appeal to pathos, forcing the audience to directly face an emotionally-charged inquiry that will surely spur some kind of response. By doing this, Bogard develops his argument, adding gutthral power to the idea that the issue of maintaining natural darkness is relevant and multifaceted.

Writing as a reaction to his disappointment that artificial light has largely permeated the presence of natural darkness, Paul Bogard argues that we must preserve true, unaffected darkness. He builds this claim by making use of a personal anecdote, allusions, and rhetorical questioning.

4. Argumentative Essay

The argumentative high school essay is similar to the expository essay, because it requires writers to present their evidence-based arguments. Writers have to present a thesis statement, gather and evaluate evidence, and establish a position on the topic. Many people think argumentative and expository essays are the same. They belong to a similar genre, but an argumentative essay requires more research than an expository essay. An expository essay is normally used in the SAT test, because test takers are required to investigate and present points from the prompts given. An argumentative essay is generally used in a final project or a capstone, which requires length and detailed research. The essay is divided into 3 parts: introduction, body, and conclusion. The introduction has a topic and thesis statement, the body has evidence and arguments, and the conclusion summarizes the arguments and potential directions for future research.

Below is an example from a GRE writing answer from ETS : 

Prompt : The best ideas arise from a passionate interest in commonplace things

Discuss the extent to which you agree or disagree with the statement above and explain your reasoning for the position you take. In developing and supporting your position, you should consider ways in which the statement might or might not hold true and explain how those considerations shape your position.

Passion is clearly necessary for a truly great idea to take hold among a people—passion either

on the part of the original thinker, the audience, or ideally both. The claim that the most lucrative

subject matter for inspiring great ideas is “commonplace things” may seem initially to be counterintuitive. After all, aren’t great ideas usually marked by their extraordinary character? While this is true, their extraordinary character is as often as not directly derived from their insight into things that had theretofore gone unquestioned. While great ideas certainly can arise through seemingly pure innovation… say, for example, Big Bang cosmology, which developed nearly all of its own scientific and philosophical precepts through its own process of formation, it is nevertheless equally true that such groundbreaking thought was, and is, still largely

a reevaluation of previous assumptions to a radical degree… after all, the question of the ultimate nature of the universe, and man’s place in it, has been central to human thought since the dawn of time. Commonplace things are, additionally, necessary as material for the generation of “the best ideas” since certainly the success among an audience must be considered in evaluating the significance and quality of an idea.

The advent of Big Bang cosmology, which occurred in rudimentary form almost immediately upon Edwin Hubble’s first observations at the Hooker telescope in California during the early 20th century, was the most significant advance in mankind’s understanding of the universe in over 400 years. The seemingly simple fact that everything in the universe, on a very large scale, is moving away from everything else in fact betrays nearly all of our scientific knowledge of the origins and mechanics of the universe. This slight, one might even say commonplace, distortion of tint on a handful of photographic plates carried with it the greatest challenge to Man’s general, often religiously reinforced, conception of the nature of the world to an extent not seen since the days of Galileo. Not even Charles Darwin’s theory, though it created more of a stir than Big Bang cosmology, had such shattering implications for our conceptions of the nature of our reality. Yet it is not significant because it introduced the question of the nature of what lies beyond Man’s grasp. A tremendous number of megalithic ruins, including the Pyramids both of Mexico and Egypt, Stonehenge, and others, indicate that this question has been foremost on humankind’s collective mind since time immemorial. Big Bang cosmology is so incredibly significant in this line of reasoning exactly because of the degree to which it changed the direction of this generally held, constantly pondered, and very ancient train of thought.

Additionally, there is a diachronic significance to the advent of Big Bang cosmology, which is that, disregarding limitations such as the quality of optical devices available and the state of theoretical math, it could have happened at any point in time. That is to say, all evidence points to roughly the same raw intellectual capacity for homo sapiens throughout our history, our progress has merely depended upon the degree of it that a person happens to inherit, a pace that has been increasing rapidly since the industrial revolution. Yet this discovery had to happen at a certain point in time or another—it cannot have been happening constantly or have never happened yet still be present—and this point in time does have its own significance. That significance is precisely the fact that the aforementioned advent must have occurred at precisely the point in time at which it truly could have occurred—that is to say, it marks the point in our history when we had progressed sufficiently to begin examining, with remarkable substantiated acuity, the workings of the universe across distances that would take millions of human lifetimes to reach or to traverse. The point for the success of this advent must necessarily have been, additionally, the point at which the audience concerned was capable and prepared to accept such a radical line of reasoning.

Both factors, a radical, passionate interpretation of the commonplace and the preparedness to accept such an interpretation, are necessary for the formulation of a truly great idea. If the passion is absent from an inquiry by the thinker or by the bulk of an audience, the idea will die out if it comes to fruition at all. If the material is not sufficiently commonplace to be considered by an informed audience of sufficient size, the same two hazards exist. Given these two factors, the idea must still be found palatable and interesting by the audience if it is to hope to gain a foothold and eventually establish itself in a significant fashion.

5. Analytical Essay

An analytical essay is a writing genre that provides an in-depth analysis of a topic, ranging from art, music, literary text to politics, science and philosophy, etc. Analytical essays can boost a writer’s writing skills and overall comprehension of a topic, while helping readers become more educated about the subjects of importance. This type of essay is not to persuade readers to a certain point of view, but to provide a well-rounded and comprehensive analysis for the readers. The analytical essay is normally used in the GRE writing section.

A good analytical essay includes a thesis statement that states your main argument, followed by an analysis of your thesis and evidence to support it.

We will take an example from a student’s work about CRISPR, a genetic engineering method. The full essay can be accessed here , but below is the preview of the essay:

No matter how much money people are willing to pay for health care, they may still suffer terribly from incurable diseases such as AIDS and cancer because of the underdevelopment of medical technology. However, today, the advancement in human knowledge has led to the introduction of human gene-editing, turning impossibility to possibility. In particular, the recent technology for genome editing called CRISPR has been having a groundbreaking impact on research in genetic science. This is due to its remarkable potential to simply cure genetic diseases in an embryo before they have a serious effect on further developmental progression. Although currently, there have been numerous debates regarding its extension in research for widespread uses, CRISPR is a completely promising technology because of the benefits it brings to people.

CRISPR, or Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats, is the newest innovation in genetic engineering. The way CRISPR works is similar to “the scissor-like action of Cas 9 to target… any specific DNA sequence” (Baylis and Rossant). By making cuts in specific locations in DNA, CRISPR can cure diseases and make alterations in an embryo’s DNA, which prevent diseases from being passed down to following generations (Baylis and Rossant). Throughout the history, governments and researchers came up with different approaches politically and scientifically in attempt to control population. They hoped to encourage the “richest, wisest and healthiest to breed like rabbits” and the “sick, stupid, and poor to take one for the empire and remain childless” (Comfort 28). The second attempt happened during the 20th century, when the U.S government passed the law preventing marriage and immigration that would threaten a perceived core American “stock.” Another more extreme example was when Nazi sterilization law further advanced this population control approach. Later in the century, a biotechnological approach was established as a safer and more humane way to manage population health (qtd in Comfort 28). “Gene surgery,” which is similar to CRISPR technology, was established and followed by contentious debates regarding ethical issues between disease treatment and human trait enhancements. Currently, there has been a halt in the use of CRISPR because of the increase in concern from the public about the pros and cons of this technology.


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My School Essay 100 Words

My school is a place where I get educated; learn new subjects under the guidance of trained and skilled teachers. I study at a school that is near my home. It is one of the best schools in my entire town. The management of my school believes that it isn’t only academic excellence that we should be after, but also the overall personality development and evolving into a good and useful human being.

The school has two playgrounds – one is a tennis court and the other one is a cricket ground. We also have a nice swimming pool and a canteen. It also has a beautiful garden where students relax and play during recess. Even in games, sports and tournaments, it has made much progress. My school has won many trophies, shields, and medals in many extra-curricular activities. In debates also, the students of my school secure good positions. It is considered to be one of the best schools in my locality.

My School Essay 200 Words

The school is called the educational institution which is designed to provide learning spaces and create an environment for the children where the teaching of the students is under the direction and guidance of the teachers.

My School is one of the best educational institutions where I get an education and make progress towards the goals of my life and make me capable of achieving them. Besides education, there are several significant roles that my school plays in my life. My school is performing well in all fields. It develops my physical and mental stamina, instills confidence, and

gives me tremendous opportunities to prove my skills and talents in different fields. In the academic field, it has made a mark. Its students secure top positions in the board examinations.

I go to school with my other friends. We study in our school in a great friendly environment. We reach school at a fixed time. As soon as we reach we line up to attend the assembly. Attending the school assembly is a wonderful experience. I enjoy for being first in a row in a school assembly. As soon as the assembly ends we rush to our respective classrooms. We take part in all school activities. One of my school fellows is the best singer and dancer. She has recently won the best singer award at the annual arts festival. Our school organizes all-important national events like Independence Day, teachers’ day, father’s day, etc. My school also gives every student abundant opportunities to take part in extracurricular activities like sports and music.

All of us are proud of being a part of it. I am fortunate enough to be a student at this school. I love and am proud of my school.

My School Essay 300 Words

An institution where higher education is taught is commonly called a school, University College, or University. Most countries have systems of formal education, which is sometimes compulsory. In these systems, Students progress through a series of schools. The names for these schools vary by country but generally include primary school for young children and secondary school for teenagers who have completed primary education.

My school is a place where I not only get educated but also get trained in other necessary competitive skills like sports, music, and dance. I am proud of my school because it provides us with all the basic facilities like a big playground, a central library, a big auditorium hall, a science lab, and a good computer lab. That is why my school is rated as one of the best schools in my entire area. My school has produced many great people in my country. It has a big and beautiful building that looks shiny from far away. I reach my target at a fixed time. I came to school with other friends of mine. We happily enter the schools with great confidence. We take part in a school assembly and then we move into our classrooms.

This all is done by a very efficient and well-trained teaching staff of my school. The best schools are those that make the students the best and the best school is made by the best teachers. We study under the guidance of the best teachers. My school has a dedicated teacher for all the subjects as well as extracurricular activities like music and sports. I consider my school as the best school because it supports and encourages every student to do their best and make progress. Fortunately, my school provides the best environment, the best teachers, and the best facilities.

Our Class teacher greets us daily and asks about us. He is quite a cool and kind man. He entertains us along with teaching his subject. We learn a lot of things like discipline, self-help, confidence, and cooperation here. As I enter my classroom I feel quite happy and relaxed.

My School Essay 500 Words

The place where children as the leaders of tomorrow study and where the future of the nation is shaped are called schools. Education is an essential weapon for tomorrow, so the good schools of today are important for the best future of a nation. Schools are the center of learning where we attend classes on various subjects, interact with the teachers, get our queries

answered, and appeared in exams. In my school, learning is more like a fun activity, because of the extra-talented teaching staff.

My school is a government primary school located on the outskirts of the city. Usually, when people think about a government school, they perceive it to be at an isolated location and have poor basic amenities and teaching facilities. But, despite being a government school, my school defies all such speculations. Teachers of my school are not only knowledgeable about the subjects they teach but also are skilled enough to teach through fun activities. For example, our physics teacher explains every concept by stating real-life examples that we could relate to. This way we not only understand the subject better. Moreover, not a moment I remember, when any teacher had ever replied rudely to any of the students. They always patiently listen and provide answers to all the queries posed to them. Learning at my school is fun and it is made possible only because of the teachers.

My school is very important in my life, in a way even more than my family. My family gives me love, care, and affection, and provides for all my other essential needs. But, all of this isn’t enough to make me a good human being and succeed in life.  Favorably, I am lucky enough to be enrolled in a prestigious school, and gaining a wonderful education, looking forward to realizing my dreams one day. The most necessary for success in life is education, and only my school provides it to me. Without my school and the education that it gives, I would be like a confused and wandering soul, almost aimless in life.

My school helps with my educational and overall personality development. It imparts education through classes, tests, and exams to teach me how to conduct myself confidently. It just feels so great to be in my school and be a part of everyday activities, be it lectures, sports, or Something else. While in school, I always feel happy, confident, enthusiastic, and loved. I make friends at school, those whom I will never forget and will always love them. My family supports my materialistic needs, but school is the place where my actual physical, social, and mental development takes place.  I know that every question that crosses my mind will be answered by my teachers. I also know that my school friends will always be at my side whenever I need them to be. As much as the studies, my school also stresses much on These activities as the management thinks that extracurricular activities are very essential for our overall personality development. My school provides dedicated teachers and staff for each extracurricular activity. We have a big sports ground with kits for all the major sports; a covered auditorium for dance and music and a separate basketball court.

The role my school plays in my personality development is fantastic. It not only imparts education in me but also teaches me how to conduct myself and how to behave decently and properly. I get trained in all the other necessary skills of life, like how to keep calm in challenging situations and help others as well. My school teaches me to be a good and evolved human being, to stay composed and progressive always. It also teaches me to be kind and generous to others and not differentiate them based on their caste, religion, ethnicity, or other divisions. These are some of the most essential personality traits that my school imparts to me, something that I will always be thankful for. Every time I think of my school, I think of it as a temple of education. A temple, where my soul meets education, making my life more meaningful and useful to society and the nation as well. It is a place where my aspirations get a wing and I get the strength and confidence to realize them. No other place in the entire world could replace my school and the role that it plays in my life. I will always be thankful to my friends, teachers, and the staff of my school, for making it such a comfortable and Educational place of learning.

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My School  Essay , We all been to school and loved every moment we have passed over there as that is the building block and essential feature of our life. We always love to write about our childhood and life we have spent in our school along with memories related to our childhood.

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Here we write about lots of short and long essays on my school for students who want to get idea of doing creative writing and want to relive the moment of childhood. We tried to write all aspects of “My School Essay” below are 5 essays we have written on my school topic hope you liked it and if you want to know more about other essays Check the Awesome Essays on different topics “ Essays ” 

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Introduction On My School Essay(50 words):

The most memorable memories are the ones that spent in our class rooms. Often our schools are near or far and we seldom makes excuses to go school as to wake up early in the morning. Our schools often makes us feel at comfortable.

Essay No 1 Short Essay On My School(400 words):

My school was near to my home and I believe my school taught me so much that a kid should know like about ethics, principles and every sort of aspect of life. I found my school very sweet just like heaven on earth that prepare the small minds for many great tasks. I am writing a very simple essay on my school in which I describe my school and highlights its aspects.

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I am very proud of my school as it not only provides education but helps us build a better tomorrow. It is a tool for character building for any nation and I really think this is a great place to make way for the future. I am really blessed to study in this school which is really great. I found my school building very creative and very interesting and it has many classrooms where many students study.  My school experience is very great every day and my school is the best in the entire city.

I am proud to study in the best school in the city. Every day on morning assembly in my school, I stand with my friends there and chant the national anthem. My school name is _________. After the assembly, we move into our classrooms which are quite relaxed. We and our teacher greets us daily and ask about our homework as well as ourselves. Our first-period teacher is very kind and cool man. He not only teaches us but entertain us too.

He is very witty and understanding of the subject is very deep so he conveys his knowledge and wisdom too. We learn a lot from him like discipline, corporation, confidence and etc. I n my school`s computer lab, there any many computers. We have a big playground, a very nice and decent library along with it there is a science hall which has different scientific things for children.  We enjoy every day and take part in all school activities like dancing, quizzes, singing, sports, writing competitions, and indoor games.

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I consider my school a blessing of God. They are really serving the nation and preparing us for giving our full part in the development of the nation. I am blessed to have many schools in our country which offers great education yet the personal development of every citizen. I am sure that one day I’ll bright my school and country`s name.

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Essay No 2 Essay On My Daily Routine(450 words):

Early to bed, early to rising, makes the men healthy, wealthy and wise. This is the quotation I am hearing since childhood and I found it absolute truth. As I am a student so I follow a simple routine except for Sundays. As these three blessings of healthy, wealthy and wise are always part of our elders yet teachers lectures, I have made a habit of getting up early in the morning at 5 o`clock.

So my routine is to take breakfast which is a glass of milk with a few biscuits. After that, I sit with my book and read the chapters which I needed to be understood in the coming classes till 8 a.m. I always almost finish my reading lessons during this period of three hours. I do not believe in the last hour preparations so I start early every day and take my meal at 9 a.m. head to my school with my two friends Eric and Buddy on cycles.

Our school starts at 10 a.m. so I reached there with friends 15 mins earlier. I always take much interest in school work and in every period teacher. I always pay attention in my classroom to what every teacher says and I pay them respect, full respect. As I am learning different subjects at my school, our first period is English and the last period is World History.

During recess, I always head to the canteen and take their tasty tea. After that, I move to the playground with my friends, we also visit the library often and borrow books related to a particular subject. As soon as recess ends, we head back to class to study four periods. We found the recession very freshen and give us the energy to study further.

Our school ends at 4 p.m. and I return to the home around 4:45 p.m. to take light lunch. I take rest for 30 minutes and after that, I go out in the street to play with friends that are in my neighbor. We play different games like cricket, honey, and badminton. These types of sports refresh our mind and make us active. I come back home at sunset and take a shower then I feel very light. After having my dinner I take light walk side by side with my mother. During the walk, she always tells me good stories and around 10 p.m. I go to bed.

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On holidays, I often go to the cinema with family or visit any friend`s home. We often go to the zoo for entertainment and sometimes go to a picnic with neighbors or relatives. I have promised myself that I never break the golden rule of “Early to bed, early to rise”, as it teaches me the value of time and life.

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Essay No 3 Essay on My School(650 words):

School, it is an institution whose main task is to transfer knowledge to young people. These are buildings whose areas of teaching. It is a place of education but, in my eyes is a school and a lot more.  My school  is the cradle of knowledge, it is also a place of meeting, socializing, beautiful and difficult moments.

My school is the driving force of everything that is happening in my life and everything that will happen in my next life. This is the round that I owe myself to run, and how much I will get a good run-up to me. If it is good enough not start, will stop and before I had hoped and I end up in life without the possibility of success and progress, without being able to afford their children and themselves better tomorrow.

In addition, it is round, which brings with it many other joys of life. My school is a place to socialize, a place where every laugh, but every tear and share with friends; First place sympathies and first love, the first letters for Valentine’s Day and the first worded love songs.

Thinking about the school see how this is the place of my growing up. Beginning in kindergarten, through primary and secondary, and later the faculty, the school is a place where I always learn, grow and establish themselves, socialize, be a friend, to help others, to love and be loved.

School is my friend who followed me from the beginning of childhood and will accompany me until the end of life, or in other forms. Currently, my school is a material object that has its own soul. Within the school, our teachers selflessly convey knowledge while we sit in the benches and carefully listen to them. In those same benches often err on the distant world of thought, not listening to what we have here, in these same benches often have with their friends for conversations that we sometimes seem to be “the most important in our lives.”

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There are also a school hall and schoolyard, the places where we spend the most beautiful moments of your youth, or that “adventure” moments when we decide not to come to class.

There is also a place where every student shuddered at least once in your life, Your Majesty, blackboard. But looking at the heart, when we find ourselves in front of blackboard realize how much we mature as a person, as long as we adopt the material, or rather, how we can responsibly bring the commitments that we were given, and when we realize this, we can say that the school is our second home.

My school is more than an ordinary building. It is a big house where we were, my class and I’m one big family, together with our professors. Frankly speaking, my school and work, professors convey knowledge, and together with their peers feel like in a big family, with brothers and sisters. However, the warmth of home nothing can replace, but the school is certainly the most beautiful stage of life of every person. Although extends through nearly a decade and a half of everyone’s life, I will say that life is short. A place that is special is  my school .

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The school is a second home to me, I wear is always in my heart. You might be asking, but how? So very easy, there are all my dear friends and teachers as well as my other parents. At school, we share all the joys, sorrows and always rely on each other, because so friends and are easier to overcome their troubles and moments of happiness to us higher if some more looking forward to our happiness.

School is me fulfilled life, friendship, and genuine comradeship is sometimes compared with his little empire. School is our second home and all of us holding on her lap her. It is as a caring mother, and for us the real unreal fairy tale.

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Essay No 4 Short Essay On My School(350 words):

A school is a place where every day we spend a lot of time. It is a special place for me. Sometimes I rejoice in entering into it, and once on the way out. No matter how it looks, the school has a different significance for each student.

Each school sees in his own way. Some schools and learning represent joy and satisfaction, a severe torment and daily obligation that can never be resolved, and some wear only temporary. I, personally, I like school and I can say that she is, so far, already sedan years is not a problem to you because I love to learn, whether because I am a good student or from a third reason-I do not know. However, and I used to be tired, six hours every day, not a bit. There is no organized school is not all perfect, it could be better.

Classes would sometimes be interesting. But I’m satisfied with what school to now has, and more, in some way should pledge each individual. I know that our school is the oldest city schools and that a large number of generations out of it with a good education, so I try to loosen up all of its shortcomings.

At school we learn, we acquire new knowledge that will be useful for our future, Druse and mutual exchange of experience. In addition to the walk and talks on major holidays, and quiet whispers in the classroom, in the school always among students always has and conflict. But they are an integral part of and are not insoluble. Teachers are trying our behavior to be better, and the knowledge that bigger. Students do not realize it. They think that they know best. The school has a certain order of whom should take care director and his assistants, psychologists, teachers, teachers, and all school staff. But those who set the rules it is necessary to respect them.

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The school is actually eating a warm place and when you are in it is similar to when you are at home. All in her functioning as a big family which together achieved memorable goals. It is not a place of daily humiliation and boredom as some belief, but it is a place you do well even when you do not see it.

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Essay No 5 Essay On My School Classroom(550 words):

My school is big and has a lot of classrooms. Each classroom is different and special in its own way. For example, we have special classrooms for art, music, history and geography, chemistry, physics and biology, and history and geography. In addition to all this, we have a cabinet of Informational material and gyms.

The largest of all the classrooms for art. It is spacious and transparent and has large windows to make it anything more natural light and walls are white. Benches are placed on the circle so that all of us are sitting next to each other. In the middle of hundreds of teachers of art, as well as her easel, when it from time to time some paint or a draft to show us. On the walls of our work with classes. On Saturdays in the classroom and held an art section in which talented students are leaving and those who love to draw.

Right next to the classrooms for art’s classrooms for music. There is no dock, but only chairs with pads for writing. On the board are drawn lines and it reminds of our sheet music. In the classroom, we also have a grand piano, for which the teacher sits and plays while we sing. There are two speakers, as well as a tape recorder, through which our teacher let various compositions. On the walls are portraits of great artists, such as Mozart, Beethoven, and Vivaldi. Before or after hours, members of the choir of our school here hold their rehearsals with the teacher.

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My favorite classroom in the school for Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. It looks more like a small laboratory but in the classroom. For some, it is not particularly popular because they are teachers of physics, chemistry and biology is very strict, and I was especially interesting because of what it contains. On the left side is a glazed cabinet in which there are small figurines of wild animals and dinosaurs. There are also accessories that use real chemists in laboratories, small versions of the microscope, test tubes and bottles with chemicals. Of equipment for physics, there are magnets, pendulums, and balls for experiments that we see in the seventh classrooms for history and geography.

It is similar to ordinary classrooms, but it contains a great number of historical and geographical map. Always has spread world map and a map of our country, and there is also a large globe. On the walls are photos of the most beautiful regions of our country and the world, as well as archaeological sites, museums, and monuments. On history and geography is never boring, because a lot of things we can see and learn.

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In addition to this special classroom, each class has its own, but they are all quite similar. In each of the walls, bright blue curtains are white, almost translucent. Large neon lights, huge green blackboard with chalk and sponges, chair of the teacher and the bench where we sit two by two. In our classroom, we have always Serbian, math and English, and sometimes other items, especially when they are on the wrong control tasks if they have special classrooms occupied. And finally, a favorite place of all the students, room for a physical in which we play volleyball, basketball or football, gymnastics train, and sometimes table tennis.

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Writing essays is a big part of high school education, and for good reason. Learning to write clearly, concisely, and persuasively provides big benefits throughout your life. Sometimes, though, the hardest part is just deciding what to write about. If you’re looking for ideas, check out this huge round-up of essay topics for high school. There’s something here for every type of essay, so choose one and start writing!

Argumentative Essay Topics for High School

When writing an argumentative essay, remember to do the research and lay out the facts clearly. Your goal is not necessarily to persuade someone to agree with you, but to encourage your reader to accept your point of view as valid. Here are some possible argumentative topics to try.

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A cause-and-effect essay is a type of argumentative essay. Your goal is to show how one specific thing directly influences another specific thing. You’ll likely need to do some research to make your point. Here are some ideas for cause-and-effect essays.

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Bring on the adjectives! Descriptive writing is all about creating a rich picture for the reader. Take readers on a journey to far-off places, help them understand an experience, or introduce them to a new person. Remember: Show, don’t tell. These topics make excellent descriptive essays.

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Expository Essay Topics for High School

Expository essays set out clear explanations of a particular topic. You might be defining a word or phrase or explaining how something works. Expository essays are based on facts, and while you might explore different points of view, you won’t necessarily say which one is “better” or “right.” Remember: Expository essays educate the reader. Here are some expository essay topics to explore.

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Humorous essays can take on any form, like narrative, persuasive, or expository. You might employ sarcasm or satire, or simply tell a story about a funny person or event. Even though these essay topics are lighthearted, they still take some skill to tackle well. Give these ideas a try.

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Narrative Essay Topics for High School

Think of a narrative essay like telling a story. Use some of the same techniques that you would for a descriptive essay, but be sure you have a beginning, middle, and end. Remember that you don’t necessarily need to write narrative essays from your own point of view. Take inspiration from these narrative topics.

Write about a time when you or someone you know displayed courage.

Persuasive Essay Topics for High School

Persuasive essays are similar to argumentative , but they rely less on facts and more on emotion to sway the reader. It’s important to know your audience, so you can anticipate any counterarguments they might make and try to overcome them. Try these topics to persuade someone to come around to your point of view.

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My School Essay

My School Essay for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 (Essay Topics – Essay on My School )  – Read and write My School Essay in English 100, 200, 250, 300, 350, 400 and 500 words.

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Essay on My School

My School Essay 100 Words

My school is a big building, having 3 floors. It is painted in red colour. The school is like a temple where we go to learn. We are taught to respect our elders. The first thing is the morning assembly where we say our prayers and sing the national anthem. There are 7 periods in total with two short breaks and a lunch break. The teachers are nice yet strict. The lunch breaks are the best where we get to sit and play with our friends. My school is not far from my home. I love to walk to my school.

My School Essay 200 Words

School is a temple of learning and training ground for the future. My school name is Saint Mary school. It was set up in 1972 by a landlord in our area.

The atmosphere in which our school is situated is very pleasant. It is surrounded by a playground on one side and a grinder with a small pond on the other side. The school has two rows of buildings. There are ten classrooms in the front building. The total number of students in our school is about five thousand. The school functions from 7:30 to 2:00. The classes begin after a mass prayer. During the recess hour, we go to the playground.

The library of our school is a big one. There are about two thousand books of different subjects. We have a library period in our weekly routine. The District science exhibition is also held in our school. There is a big auditorium hall at my school. There is also basketball and badminton court, cricket pitch, etc. for sports.

The discipline, the study atmosphere and the brilliant academic result of our school attract many meritorious students from distant parts of our state. My school is an ideal school in all respects. I am proud of my school.

My School Essay 250 Words

My school is a big building situated in the heart of the city. It is spread around in 2 acres of land. It has spacious playground, a football court and a basketball court. It’s a red coloured building with approximately 40 rooms spread in 4 stories. The ground floor consists of a big reception, clerical offices, Vice Principal’s and Principal’s office.

The first, second and third floor all consist of classrooms, laboratories, art room and music room. The school has spacious bathrooms and water coolers with a RO. The classes are spacious and ventilated. The teachers are highly educated and cooperative with the students. The Computer Lab is equipped with high-tech computers. The school has foreign exchange program where students are sent abroad to study for a year. Our school has amazing extracurricular facilities, from art class to debate club; our school has everything.

Our Principal is an exceptional lady. She’s amazing to talk but very strict when there is a need. The school employs about 100 teachers including lab assistants. Our school has a large canteen. There is a roomy library on the ground floor. It has more than 1000 books. It has all the books; from the classics to the modern romances, the science related books to the historical books. The school has bus service with over 10 buses. My school is equipped with everything a child could ever need. The student-teacher bond is talked about. My school is filled with diversity and I love it.

My School Essay 300 Words

My school name is St Xavier Public School, it is situated on the confluence of two rivers. It is spread across half acre land, which comprises a school building, campus and a big ground. My school is semi English school and the main language is English.

One of the things I like most about my school is, they don’t discriminate on the basis of gender, religion or caste. A rural society like us do have these problems but under the leadership of our beloved principal sir, it’s no more prevalent in our school. Our school always deliver the best results. Last year, we had a 96% success rate in competitive examination. One of our students, Samsun is district topper and state topper in Mathematics. All credit goes to our teachers, administrative staff, and principal sir.

We also received “School of the Year” award at the district level. We bagged this award because of our smart, hardworking principal sir. Last week, Principal sir updated that from this semester all of science and math classes will be taught on the computerised system. The school has bought software and projectors too. Parents welcome this concept. They are delighted to know that their children getting a quality education.

Our school also helps other schools in surrounding villages. They conduct guest lectures and invite those students to our school too. We also arrange the annual Science Exhibition, Essay and Speech competition. We don’t just arrange these competitions but pursue other schools to participate in events. Our school believes in the collective success and that makes me proud of my school.

My School Essay 350 Words

My school’s name is Delhi Public School. It is situated at Bhavnagar in Gujarat. My school is well known in the whole state. It is 4 storied, yellow coloured building. My school has 40 ventilated rooms and 10 halls, also it has 1 large assembly hall. The school has 2 large computer labs and 4 science experiment laboratories.

My principal’s name is Govind Nath. He is a very generous person. Except for the principal sir, there are 50 teachers in my school. There are 20 male and 30 female teachers. They are all well trained. They are all cooperative and cultured. Teachers always help us in the study and also in other activities. Sometimes they also take part in activities to encourage the students. We also have sports and yoga trainers.

A unique method of teaching makes my school different from the other schools. Theoretical knowledge with practical lasts longer in our mind. Our teachers follow this method to explain things. They take help of computer animations and smart classes to demonstrate. They do practical in the lab and supervise us during the science experiments. We make projects, we paint pictures and we take part in fashion competition and cultural activities.

All classes at our school are well lighted and ventilated. We have smart classes. The school has a fresh water supply 24 hours. School staff is very dedicated to school. Our school provides transport facility for the entire city. The school has 20 buses and 10 vans. We go to picnic 2 times a year. We go on an excursion every year. Our school organizes cricket tournament every year. We celebrate all national festivals together.

School is called temple of education. A school is a place of creation of great personalities. A good school and teaching methods develop good characters in students. My school is one of those schools. My school is an ideal school. I love my school very much.

My School Essay 400 Words

A school is a temple of learning. It is a training ground for future bureaucrats, politicians, academics, scientists, artists, authors and so much more. We are taught about everything here. A school is the place where you find your talent and nurture it with the help of the teachers. They love you like their own children. A good school shapes your character. It teaches you how to deal with people from outside your comfort zone. It teaches you manners, values and public dealing as well.

My school is one of the best schools in the city. It is known for its high educational standards, state-of-the-art smart classes. The school is affiliated under the Central Board Of Education (CBSE). Our school has very strict norms of studies, hygiene and uniform. Students and teachers must follow the decorum of the school. We go to school, attend the morning assembly, say our prayers and study for 6 hours a day. Our timings vary according to the seasons. In the summer season, the school starts at around 7.30 am. and ends at 2 pm. In the winter season, the timings change from 7.30 to 8 am. and ends at 2.30 pm. Our school has massive playground with swings, monkey bar, slides and a merry-go-round for kids to play on. The lawns and gardens are full of greenery and have beautiful flowerbeds that are managed by the gardener.

The library is the best part about our school. It’s the most peaceful place in our school. it has more than 500 books ranging from classical literature, autobiographies to modern novels. The library has beautiful sofas to sit on and read books in peace. The canteen is full of tasty treats and snacks. Our school has a beautiful infrastructure with big, airy rooms with large windows. The curriculum is tough but very interesting. The teachers are very nice. Our principal is a very respectable and nice woman. She is very sincere in nature and equally caring towards the kids as well.

Our school has a very enriching environment that pushes us forward to learn and be better ahead in life. Our school also provides transportation facilities for children who come from different areas. Our school organises various competitions such as debates, painting competition, creative writing competition and many more. There are functions like annual day, sports day and fete that take place once a year. My school has taught me a lot. The most important it has taught me, is to become a good person.

My School Essay 450 Words

A school is a pious of learning for a child. It is said to be the temple of Goddess Luxmi. It is a place where we learn how to behave in the society and it also plays a significant role in shaping our personality. It is a place where we learn good habits at a tender age, which has an everlasting impact on our overall personality.

I study in the Delhi Public School, Delhi. The name of our principal is Mr Raman and the name of our Vice Principal is Mrs meena Ranjan. It is the best school in a city with modern facilities. I go to school by bus. It is situated far away from the dust, noise and smoke of the city.

My school is 4 storey building and have classes for nursery to 12th class students. Our school building is very big, beauty, proper ventilation and very impressive to look at. It has all the facilities a good school should have, like well furniture classrooms, well equipped laboratories, a small dispensary and big library. It has beautiful grassy lawns, well- kept playground, a Tennis Court and big swimming pool. There is a large Courtyard in a school where we assemble in the morning for prayer.

All the teachers in a school are highly qualified. They help the students in every possible way. Our school teachers also take care of health and character of the students. Our teachers teach us politely and make us learn subject in very creative and attractive way. Are teachers always encourage us to participate in sports activities, questions and various competitions held in a school.

We go to school wearing a proper uniform and I like my school dress very much. It is of green and white in colour. Students in our school are well behaved and mannerly. In our school, special attention is paid to behaviour, cleanliness and punctuality. It is kept mandatory for all the students to participate in the annual function of a school, helps to improve confidence and reduced stage fright. Our school time is quite interesting and enjoyable as we do lot of creative work daily. The School has always shown excellent reserves in various examinations. Side by side, it has won great pain in sports and cultural activities. As a result, attract students from all over India. It has well run hostel to cater to needs of such students.

I love my school and enjoy going to school everyday I feel proud to be part of it.

My School Essay 500 Words

My school is an imposing 4 story building. It’s ranked as one of the best schools in the city I live in. It’s painted in a beautiful red colour. It has an amazing, old Victorian style infrastructure. It was during the 1930’s. It’s known all over the country for its famous alumnus. My school is known for its academic and extra-curricular achievements.

Our school is equipped with all the facilities anyone would want. It is an amazing place to learn and grow intellectually. The teachers are sincere and kind-hearted. There are 80 teachers in total, with 10 lab assistants. My school has 2 science labs, 2 computer labs, a music room and a dance room. There is an art class as well. The labs are located on the first floor with the art class whereas the music room is on the ground floor. The dance room is on the second floor. The school has water coolers with RO water for children to drink from. The bathrooms are modern.

There is a close bond between the students and teachers. There is also an infirmary for the students who get sick. There is a nurse present to treat the sick students. The ground floor consists of the reception, the Principal’s office, the head office, the clerk office. There are two staff rooms on each floor for teachers to relax in. There are usually two small breaks and a lunch break.

The small breaks are usually 5 minute long. The lunch break is of 25 minutes. The students and teachers all have their lunch during the break. Students go to the playground and consume their lunch there, sit in their classrooms or visit the canteen. My school has a massive playground with swings, slides, monkey bars and merry-go-round to play on. There is a basketball court as well as a football court in the school premise. It also has a spacious lawn for students to sit and lounge on. There is beautiful wide variety of flowers present in the school garden. It is managed regularly by the gardener. The school property is spread around 1 acre of land.

There is a lot of competition among the students when it comes to academics and extracurricular activities. There are around 1500 students admitted in the school. The students all get along very well with each other. Transportation service is also provided by the school for the children who come from different areas. The timings are 7.30 am to 2 pm in the summer season and 8 am to 2.30 pm in the winter season. My school has a very environment that makes it exciting to come to school every day. The teachers keep the pupil engaged with new learning material and the children something new every day. There are multiple clubs children can join and learn new things such as chess club, debate club, NCC and many more. My school is the best place in the world.

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The first day at school is exciting and, at the same time, a struggle for young children. All those days where they woke up, played and slept as they wished were now going to end. Undoubtedly, they are enthusiastic about going to school with a new bag and books, but they also have to make every effort to put away the feelings of missing home. We will learn more about school days in this school days essay.

If children cry on the first day of school because they miss their parents, the memories of school days are what make them nostalgic on their last day. Such is the impact created by school days on children that they find it hard to move on to the next phase of life. The short essay on school days will describe what makes school life the best, and children can write an essay based on this guide.

Importance of School Life

Once children start going to school, it is the place where they will spend most of their time for over 14 years. So, it is natural that they feel nostalgic about school whenever any mention of it is made. Moreover, a strong bond is formed between other students, and this friendship is sure to last for many years.

School days are also the best days to gather knowledge as well as learn basic etiquettes and skills, which make children better people. With lessons, assignments, sports day , games, and cultural events, school days are filled with many activities that help in the development of their character, mind and body. Along with teaching right from wrong, school days also instil good habits in children. Let us see an experience about school life in this school days essay.

My School Days

I remember my school days being jovial and fun while learning many lessons about life. Even though I was able to acquire knowledge from textbooks, it was the lessons of friendship, teamwork, hard work, discipline, and sharing that I learnt outside the classroom that remained close to my heart. My school days usually began by running off to the classroom before the first bell, and I would fight with my friends to sit in the first row of the class.

I was an average student during my school days, and I had great fun studying as well as participating in many events and activities at the school. While I enjoyed sports day, annual day and literary fests, I also liked studying in labs as I was able to perform many experiments and projects. The short essay on school days will not be complete without talking about the role of friends in school life.

Each year, I got new friends and teachers with whom I shared my dreams, doubts and worries. There were days when we studied together in the library and days when we asked the teachers to let us go out to play. Along with playing silly pranks on others, we used to go to the school canteen and get hot puffs and sweets as birthday treats. We also shared our lunch boxes and tiffins and complimented the food made by our mothers. My school days were filled with such happy memories, and I am grateful to my school for shaping me as a good student.

Frequently Asked Questions on School Days Essay

Why are school days considered to be the best part of our lives.

School days are the best days of our lives because we cannot go back to school after a certain age, and the friendships that we have made; the lessons that we have learnt in school stay with us for a long time. We can also remain carefree during school days as we do not have many responsibilities.

What do we learn during school days?

School days offer us many learning opportunities. Apart from the knowledge we get from textbooks, we learn the value of friendship, hard work and honesty, along with important life lessons and skills during school days.

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List of essays on my school in english, essay on my school – essay 1 (250 words), essay on my school – essay 2 (250 words), essay on my school – teachers, schedule and conclusion – essay 3 (300 words), essay on my school life – memories and conclusion – essay 4 (400 words), essay on my school – introduction, environment and teachers – essay 5 (500 words), essay on my school – surroundings and structure – essay 6 (600 words), essay on my school – infrastructure and academic activities – essay 7 (750 words), essay on my school – introduction, discipline and conduct – essay 8 (1000 words).

A school is a medium of learning for children and is often regarded as a place of worship for the students. Writing an essay on my school is quite common among students. Here we have essays on My School of different lengths which would prove quite helpful to your children. You can choose the essay as per your length requirement and you shall find that essays have been written in quite easy to understand yet crisp language. Moreover, the essays have been written in such a manner that they are suited for all classes, be it the junior school or the senior classes.


Education in India has made significant progress over the years. Both private and public schools facilitate education for Indian children and follow the same regulations for teaching curriculum. All schools incorporate extracurricular activities into the school systems, which motivates the learners and help them in realizing their talents and building their personalities. Schools are funded by the three levels i.e., the state, local and central levels. Schools in India cover primary, secondary and post-secondary levels of education. The highest percentage of schools offer primary education.

Crescent public school:

My school is a public institution that is located in Delhi. Crescent Public school was established in 1987 and it has been in operation ever since. The school is well equipped in terms of facilities as we have a gym, a library, a nice playground, our classes are modern, the buses are adequate and labs are functional. I joined this school in the year 2016 and I have been able to learn a lot about the school. The school is affordable and the education I have received is quality because I have developed in all aspects of life.

Not only is the school excellent in education, but also excellence in sports is achieved. I have always loved playing tennis. I participate in the school’s tennis competitions. In the year 2017, we won the Bronze medal in the national tournament by CBSE. This year, we secured third position in the same sport, which was an exciting experience for both the students and the teachers. It has been a great experience especially with support from our teachers.


My School, St. Mary’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School is located in Armenian Street, at the heart of Chennai City. It is one of the oldest schools for boys in India, established during the British rule.

“Viriliter Age” which means “Act like a Man” is the motto of my school. It aims to provide a family atmosphere for us to become intellectually enlightened, spiritually profound, emotionally balanced, socially committed and morally responsible students.

Though built during the colonial rule, the buildings are airy and comfortable. The Management regularly upgrades the facilities and uses uptodate technology to run my school. It has a large playground, well-stocked library and well-equipped science laboratory.

Daily Schedule

A typical day at my school starts with the assembly at 8:30 AM. We render our prayers, hear moral and other instructions from teachers. Apart from regular academics through the day, our time table is spotted with periods for music, games, project work etc. We undertake sports activities for an hour after the last period, which gets over at 3:30 PM.

Co-Curricular Activities

According to our interests, we are encouraged to participate in Arts & Crafts, NSS, Scout etc., and become members of various Clubs and Associations. Medical Teams and Psychologists visit us regularly to aid our holistic growth.

I love my school, teachers and friends very much. I aim to complete my studies with laurels. I wish to shine brightly in my higher studies and career, to spread the pride of my school.

My school is situated in the foothills of Yercaud in Salem district, Tamil Nadu and is called “Golden Gates”. It fosters a love for learning and this is clearly seen in its location which is unlike any other school. It is well placed in a natural setting with hills all around and streams flowing nearby. Inside the campus too, there is abundant nature with almond trees lining the divide between buildings and many shrubs and plants bordering different sports grounds. This facilitates practical study and most of our science and geography classes happen outside. Our Principal and Correspondent have made it their mission to create a healthy and organic atmosphere for learning.

My school teachers come in all shades of character. There are those teachers who have great love for the subject they teach and impart that love to us students too. Even a student who hates that particular subject will start liking it, if he/she sits in their classes. Next, we have jovial teachers who are cheerful in nature and radiate joy to all around them. They are friendly and compassionate and are the go-to people for all students when any trouble comes up. Then, there are the strict teachers who are rigorous in nature and make sure discipline and decorum is maintained throughout school. They are the ones who keep rule breakers and unruly students at bay. Together, our teachers form the heart and soul of the school.

On weekdays, typical school schedule happens in my school too. We start our day with a prayer assembly. With a short news time, prayer song and any specific instructions for the day, we depart to our respective classes. After four periods of subjects with a short snack break in between, we break for lunch. Lunch is when the whole school comes alive with shouts and screams of laughter as we all socialise with fellow classmates. Then follows three periods of subjects in the afternoon and off we leave to our homes. But everybody’s favourite is Saturday! The day dedicated for extracurricular activities. There are many clubs for Music, Dance, Gardening, Math, Drama, Science, Eco, etc… Each student is to pick two clubs and partake in them in the morning. Post lunch we have various sports clubs to participate in. On the whole, Saturdays are packed with play and fun.


In today’s world, with the hustle and bustle of city life, my school is a wonderful place to learn and grow. It enriches our journey through education by blending in play, fun and nature.

Be a light to be a light – is the touching inscription welcomes all of us at the entrance gate of our school. My school – always filled with a treasure trove of memories, which is the best part of my life. It was indeed a paradise, located in the high ranges of the Western Ghats. Far away from the buzzing urban setting, my school situated amidst lush greenery in a calm and serene atmosphere.

My alma mater did mold me into a responsible citizen and an aspiring individual. It witnessed my metamorphosis from an ignorant toddler into a bold young adult with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. It gifted me with fourteen years of reminiscence to cherish for a lifetime.

Only fond memories – a home away from home:

For me, it was a home away from home. Even the trivial matters about the school became part and parcel of my life. Each classroom that I have sat in had made an indelible mark on my memory. The see-saw in the kids’ park, the class assemblies, physical training classes, lunch break chit chats, art competitions, sports competitions, silly fights with friends, school anniversaries, tight special classes, records, labs, exams… all left deep imprints in my mind.

The most significant part of my school memory revolves around the teachers. They are the incarnation of the divine. They kindle our lives with the bright light of knowledge and help us to imbibe the values to live. We cannot, ignore the contributions of the teachers, as they played a considerable role in molding a student’s life. At first, a student tries to imitate the teacher and gradually makes them the role models.

A teacher plays a vital role in guiding the students to a righteous path. The moral values inherited during school life can last for a lifetime. The way the teachers nurtures and loves the students is heart rendering. We can openly share our anxieties and frustrations with our teachers.

Most teachers were more like best friends. We used to celebrate Teachers Day every year in a grandiose fashion. Our dear teachers always put forth spell spindling performance and enthralled the students with a real visual treat. Their blessings can have a huge influence on anybody’s lives. Even after you go to pursue your higher studies, you can always come back to your school and cherish your good old days. Our teachers are so overwhelmed to see us and are curious to know about our accomplishments.

Besides all these, another best thing about school is our friends. It is the place where any human begins to socialize. You enter into a new realm of social life at school. Hence your acquaintance at school becomes family. As you grow up, the influence of your peer group holds a vital role in your character formation. The hilarious moments with the friends are irreplaceable.

Hence, school life turns out to be a microcosm of the real life wherein you laugh, cry, forgive, forget, interact, react, adjust, learn, teach, observe, take risks, transform and finally evolve into fully fledged individual ready to step out into the complex world.

Education is the bedrock of the society. Any society that wants to break new grounds in science and art has to invest in its education. Though education can be attained both formally and informally, formal education through schools occupies the large chunk of the learning process of any country.

My school is by a large margin one of the best places to attain formal education. While the above statement might sound bold, this article would explain the reasons why my school can back up the bold statement. Features possessed by my school smoothens the learning curve and takes stress away from education.

The Environment:

Assimilation becomes difficult when learning is conducted in a toxic environment. Other times, the terrain isn’t toxic but lacks the right appeal to the average student. Student want to be welcomed with the right colours, feel comfortable when they sit or draw inspiration from the general architecture of their school.

My school embodies the above mentioned qualities and more to the smallest of details. The classrooms are decorated with bright colours to cheer up the student’s mood; the playground is designed to relax each student after participating in mentally challenging mind exercise and the general design of the school subconsciously makes every student feel at home.

The Teachers:

Teachers can either make or break any school. Some grumpy, others dull, and then you have those who simply lack the techniques of teaching. While some concepts are easy to learn, other concepts require a teacher who has mastered the art of teaching to drive the point home with each student.

My school possesses experienced teacher who could honestly be motivational speakers when they want to be. They are witty, smart and full of charisma. Also, while they can be playful, they ensure that the message doesn’t get lost. To sum it up, teachers in my school hold themselves to the best moral standards. These values are innocuously instilled in the student while they learn academic concepts.

The Students:

There simply can be no school without the student. No matter how nicely decorated a school is, the quality of its teachers or management, it would all go to waste without bright student flooding the classes on a daily basis.

While abundance of vibrant student can be found at my school, the strength of the student does not lie solely in their numbers. Students at my school make the job of teachers easy. They are attentive in class, pay attention to detail and they have a knack for finishing task in record time.

The conduct of student at my school is second to none. The students are courteous to each other and their superiors. Also, they maintain the highest level of decorum in the classroom and beyond.

All the good things about my school cannot be exhausted in this short article. Also, after all has been said and done, the pertinent question is whether or not I love my school enough to recommend it to others. The answer to this question is definitely in the affirmative.

School is an integral part of everybody’s life. It helps in forming and building the base of child’s future. The students that are genuinely concerned to learn might build healthy practices merely in the schools. In my school, I was educated about the ways through which I can move in the society, progress in my life and behave with others.

My school was quite grand and big. There were three storeys and wonderfully constructed building in the school. It was situated in the middle of my city which was quite close to my home. I used to go there by walking. It was one of the most excellent schools in the entire town in which I was living.

Surroundings of My school:

The site of my school was very quiet as well as pollution free. There were two stairways at both ends that make me reach to each floor. The school was well furnished including a well-instrumented science research laboratory, a big library, as well as one computer laboratory at first floor. There was a school lecture theatre located on the ground floor in which the entire annual meetings and functions take place.

Structure of my school:

The head office, principal offices, staff room, clerk room, and common study room are situated on my school’s ground floor. Moreover, there were the stationery shop, school canteen; skating hall and chess room that were located on the ground floor.

My school possesses two large concreted basketball courts opposite the office of school principal whereas the field of football located at its side. There was a tiny green garden facing the head office. It was full of bright flowers and pretty plants that increase the whole school beauty. During my time, there were around 1600 students at my school. All the students perform quite well in any inter-school competitions.

Standard of education:

The education standards of my school were quite inventive and advanced that benefit me in understanding any difficult subjects quite effortlessly. Our professors explain us everything very genuinely and try to let us know all the things practically. My school always get the first rank in any inter-school cultural activities.

All the significant days of the year like teacher’s day, sports day, parent’s day, anniversary day, children’s day, republic day, founder’s day, Christmas day, independence day, mother’s day, happy new year, annual junction, Mahatma Gandhi birthday, etc., were celebrated in my school in a magnificent way.

My school’s atmosphere was very delightful as there were lots of greenery and scenic beauty. There was a big size garden along with the pool having frog, fish, trees, colorful flowers, green grass, and decorative trees, etc. My school offers the programme’s facility to the students belonging to the class nursery to class 12th. Our school’s principal was very strict regarding hygiene, discipline, and cleanliness.

Other facilities:

Students in my school also get the facility of the bus that helps them in reaching the school from far away places. The entire students used to accumulate in the play area during the morning time for the prayer and then go back to their particular schoolrooms. There were different teachers for the diverse subjects in my school such as Math, P.T., Hindi, English, G.K, Marathi, geography, history, drawing and crafts, science, and many more.

We used to have numerous co-curricular activities in my school like scouting, swimming, N.C.C, skating, school band, dancing, singing, etc. All those students who had prejudiced behavior and do disobedient activities were penalized by the class teacher according to the norms of my school. We also get a small lecture daily from our principal for around 10 minutes regarding the etiquette, character formation, moral education, respecting others and acquiring good values. Thus, I can say that what I am today is only because of my school which is the best school according to me.

I am a proud student of Delhi Public School, Mayapuri. My school is located quite close to my home, at a walking distance of 5 minutes. My school positions high among the composite state-funded schools of Delhi. Late Sh. Ram Gopal, the founder leader of Seth Sagarmal trust is the zenith body behind the establishment of this school. The founder administrator Sh. Ram Gopal was a visionary and a philanthropist and he had a fantasy for giving quality education and great foundation with the goal that the kids from the cross segment of the general public could get great training and turn into the respectable nationals of the nation. His fantasy was acknowledged when Delhi Public School, Mayapuri was built up in the year 1991 and spread over 4 acres of land. He used to tell during the assembly meetings that this school has been set up with a mission to give quality training gelled with moral qualities and has the vision to encourage and develop the intellectual and creative abilities in us. Our teachers at Delhi Public School plan to make a solid society by giving comprehensive training keeping in view the changing patterns in worldwide instruction and guide us accordingly.


My school is situated on a plot of 4 acres of land out of which 2 acres of land is for the building and remaining 2 acres of land is for the playground and other open-air exercises. Other than brilliant class empowered classrooms, my school building contains the accompanying Lab (Language, General Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Computers), Library, Multipurpose Hall, Music, Dance and Drama Room, Workmanship Room, Sports Room, Yoga Room, Hospital/Medical Room regulated by full time qualified specialist and helped by an attendant and Staff Rooms (separate staff spaces for various dimension of educators). My school transport has 6 different routes which cover nearly most of Delhi making it convenient for students from all areas to reach the school on time.

The Atmosphere of My School:

The atmosphere of my school is superb with bunches of natural greenery and scenery. There is a vast ground surrounded by beautiful trees and full of green grass for us to play during our PT periods. Different things like an enormous playground, vast open spaces all around the school give my school a characteristic marvel. There is an office of cricket net, basketball court and skating ground too. My school pursues CBSE board standards. My school gives the education to students of all caste and creed from nursery to twelfth class. My school principal is extremely strict about school control, cleanliness and neatness.

Academic Activities in My School:

The academic norms of my school are exceptionally inventive and imaginative which enables us to understand any difficult issue effortlessly. Our teachers show us earnestly and let us know everything essentially. My school positions first in any program like between school social interests and sports exercises. In my school we celebrate all important days and events of the year such as Sports Day, Teacher’s Day, Parents’ Day, Children’s Day, School Anniversary Day, Founder’s Day, Republic Day, Independence Day, Christmas Day, Mother’s Day, Annual capacity, Happy New Year, Mahatma Gandhi Birthday, and so on in a fabulous way.

We take part in the co-curricular exercises, for example, swimming, exploring, N.C.C., school band, skating, singing, moving, and so on. Students having unjustifiable conduct and unrestrained exercises are punished by the class educator according to the school standards. Our in charge ma’am takes classes of each student occasionally in the gathering corridor for 10 minutes to manage our character, behaviour, moral instruction, gaining great qualities and regarding others. Our educational time is exceptionally fascinating and charming as we do lots of inventive and useful works with the help of our teachers.

Why I Worship My School?

My school resembles a temple where we go every day, appeal to God and study for 6 hours every day. My teacher is exceptionally decent and understanding. My school has strict standards of study, cleanliness and uniform. I just enjoy going to school every day as my mom says that it is exceptionally important to go to class daily and study. This is very important for my bright future and my journey towards becoming a good human being. My School is a temple of realizing where we are creatively engaged through the learning procedure. We learn different things too with our examination like control, conduct, act well, reliability and a lot more manners. In this way, my school is the best school in the world.

We all have many sweet and sour memories of our school. Many of us complete our school education from one school but some students like me have to change more than a few schools. School leaves a great impact on our minds. It affects our way of thinking and teaches us to live in the outside world. No wonder it is called the second home of a child.

I too admire my school. Although it has also been two years since I started studying here, there are many kinds of emotions I have developed for my current school. Basically, I belong to the colorful state of Rajasthan. But due to some family reasons, I had to come to Bhubaneswar. It is the capital city of the state of Orissa.

Early Days at My School:

I started my studies here as a student of standard 7. Clearly, there were many cultural differences between my past school and this one. The language, the climate, the food, and the ways of interaction, everything was different here. For the first few months, it was hard for me to adjust in a completely new environment. But slowly, it started to feel familiar.

The Atmosphere:

My classmates and subject teachers have been very supportive. It’s a co-ed school that means both girls and boys sit together and interact with each other frankly. Our school has a great building. It is situated at the heart of the city, away from the residential areas of the town. We go to school by bus.

Teachers at my school come from different parts of the country. My English teacher is a south-Indian whereas my science teacher is a highly reputed lady who came from America and settled in India a few years ago. She is a visiting faculty and teaches us out of her passion for the teaching job.

The students in my school belong to different types of families. Some are from a very simple family. And some are from highly reputed and educated families. For example, the parents of one of my classmates are scientists and parents of another classmate are lecturers. But all the students are treated equally in my school and this is what makes me really proud of my school.

Our School Campus:

My school has a three-floor building. All the classrooms here are large and well-maintained. They are always clean. Huge windows in the class allow sufficient sunlight into the rooms. In summers, we also use the air conditioning in the school as the climate here is quite hot and humid.

We also have a huge playground in the school where our daily assembly and all the other activities take place. In the morning assembly, everything is organized by the students only. From playing the instruments to reading the news and helping students make a line to their classrooms, students take care of all the tasks.

What I Enjoy the Most at My School:

It is a day-boarding school. So, all the children get their breakfast and lunch from the school mess itself. The meals served here is hot and fresh. You can get extra servings as many times as you like. Although in the beginning, it was new to my taste buds, I started to like the Oriya cuisine very soon.

There are many extra-curricular activities taught to the students here. To name some, we have a traditional Oriya dance class. Then, there are self-defense classes and an additional class to learn a foreign language of your choice.

Discipline and Conduct:

Discipline and cleanliness form a great part of my school culture. Every day, the seniors form a group for hygiene checking of the juniors. The responsibility of each senior student is fixed. From the shoes to nails and clean dress, everything is checked properly.

The classes in my school start from play way and up to standard 10. Sincerity and punctuality are the key habits of my school. Even the teachers and kids from the lower classes come to school on time and follow every rule.

Once we get inside the school premises, it is not allowed for us to talk in our mother tongue. All the students have to talk to each other in English. And the rules about it are very strict. Though it may sound a severe rule, it has improved our spoken English in a great way.

Extra-curricular Activities:

Our principal likes discipline but she also shows us a lot of affection and warmth. The students can directly go to her for sharing their problems. She also makes sure that we enjoy the teaching of our teachers and not get bored. That is why occasional trips are arranged for us to explore the nearby cities, which I enjoy a lot.

I also look forward to the annual sports day organized at my school. There are so many sports activities to cheer us up and keep our mind and body healthy. I also participate in the annual functions of my school. It is organized at the biggest auditorium in Bhubaneswar. We practice for several days before the final performance on the stage.

My Sweet Memories at the School:

Last year, my classmates and juniors made my birthday so special. My desk was filled with gifts and greeting cards. They showered me with so much love and affection. When I was new here, all my classmates were very helpful and made it easy for me to settle here without much of a problem.

They are also kind enough to teach me their local language ‘Oriya’. With time, I have learned to read and write the basic words and sentences in the language. Our school also introduced us to the habit of writing and sharing letters with our pen-pals.

My school has taught me many valuable such as to help others, to not make fun of others, respecting the elders and loving the young ones. Over time, I have collected many precious memories here and feel grateful to God for allowing me such a rich learning environment.

I would always love my school and no matter where I go, I will always be proud of it all my life.

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The UC application sounds like a riddle. Every student must write four essays, but choose from eight prompts. The rules may be unfamiliar, but the game is the same: tell admissions something they don’t know – and then do it three more times! The instructions counsel you to “select questions that are most relevant to your experience and that best reflect your individual circumstances,” and frankly, we couldn’t agree more. A strategic applicant will choose a constellation of prompts that highlight vastly different aspects of their lives and personalities, leaving an admissions officer with a deep and complete picture of who they are. Don’t get hung up on trying to divine the questions admissions wants you to answer. In the end, they just want to get to know the real you, plus the application swears that “there is no advantage or disadvantage to choosing certain questions over others.” So follow your heart (!) and don’t let the fatigue get to you. Avoid robotically starting every answer by restating the question and be as anecdotal as possible. With each essay, your goal isn’t just to answer the question, but to tell a very short story about yourself!

1. Describe an example of your leadership experience in which you have positively influenced others, helped resolve disputes or contributed to group efforts over time.  

Things to consider: a leadership role can mean more than just a title. it can mean being a mentor to others, acting as the person in charge of a specific task, or taking the lead role in organizing an event or project. think about what you accomplished and what you learned from the experience. what were your responsibilities, did you lead a team how did your experience change your perspective on leading others did you help to resolve an important dispute at your school, church, in your community or an organization and your leadership role doesn’t necessarily have to be limited to school activities. for example, do you help out or take care of your family.

When answering this question, avoid the siren song of your resume. This question isn’t asking you for a list! Remember: it’s your job, as an applicant, to use every essay as an opportunity to reveal something new about yourself. Think of a moment when you were in a position where you worked really hard to help a group of people. Maybe you are always the one helping your younger siblings with their homework, and you struggled to find ways to engage your dyslexic younger brother with math. Maybe, as a camp counselor or church volunteer, you were in charge of choreographing and instructing a number for a group of seven-year-old hip hop dancers to perform. Perhaps, on a Habitat for Humanity school trip, you became the head cook, whipping up everything from pancakes to chicken fajitas while galvanizing a team of sous chefs to pitch in.  

The point is, try to isolate a single leadership moment, and bring it to life with vivid details. Describe where you were, what was happening around you, and what you were feeling. Discuss what challenges you faced, and what you ultimately learned from the experience. Don’t shy away from challenges or even failures, since these are exactly the sorts of character-building experiences that can demonstrate resilience and quick thinking.

2. Every person has a creative side, and it can be expressed in many ways: problem solving, original and innovative thinking, and artistically, to name a few. Describe how you express your creative side.

Things to consider: what does creativity mean to you do you have a creative skill that is important to you what have you been able to do with that skill if you used creativity to solve a problem, what was your solution what are the steps you took to solve the problem, how does your creativity influence your decisions inside or outside the classroom does your creativity relate to your major or a future career.

You may think that this question was geared towards the artistically inclined, but take a closer look. The wording offers many potential definitions that veer away from traditional conceptions of creativity (and actually, it asks you for your personal definition!). Creativity lies in your outlook: seeing the opportunity to use one of your skills in a novel situation; looking at a problem from a new angle to find the solution that no one else could see. This question is, in reality, ideal for the more scientifically oriented to create a more well-rounded profile. Creative types, on the other hand, might want to proceed with caution since, really, every question is an opportunity to show off your talents and describe your artistic endeavors.

No matter who you are, though, remember this classic writing advice: show don’t tell. So, you claim that gardening, or Calculus, or painting is how you show your creative side. Okay. So, then immerse the reader in this activity with you . If you enjoy gardening, describe the plants, their qualities, and how you make your horticultural choices; are you drawn to the aesthetics or are you botanically inquisitive? Similarly, if your subject is Calculus, show the reader how you sat in your dad’s office for six hours straight trying to calculate Pi on a three dozen sheets of paper using red crayon.  If you love to paint, show the reader where you paint, what you paint, and why you paint, describing the colors, textures, materials—the essential process behind your art. Write descriptively so that the reader can feel as if he or she were experiencing your creative passion with you.

3. What would you say is your greatest talent or skill? How have you developed and demonstrated that talent over time?  

Things to consider: if there’s a talent or skill that you’re proud of, this is the time to share it. you don’t necessarily have to be recognized or have received awards for your talent (although if you did and you want to talk about it, feel free to do so). why is this talent or skill meaningful to you, does the talent come naturally or have you worked hard to develop this skill or talent does your talent or skill allow you opportunities in or outside the classroom if so, what are they and how do they fit into your schedule.

If question 3 reminds you of question 2, you’re not alone. Often, when we talk about a talent or skill that we have honed over the course of a lifetime, we’re inclined to describe it as an art — a creative extension of who we are. So if you choose to respond to both of these questions, make sure to highlight distinct skills in each. 

The good news is: finding your subject should be easy! You just need to answer this question: what makes you proud? Think about the stories that your friends and family like to share about you. Think about moments when your hard work paid off. When you can zero in on an experience that makes your heart swell, you’ll be able to pinpoint your essential subject. If the memory of your first swim meet victory still makes you smile, draw us into your rigorous training schedule; describe the aspects of the sport that motivate you to wake up early and push yourself. What were your challenges? What has this experience taught you? This narrative should have a clear timeline that traces your growth from the past to the present and into the future. How do you plan to further develop your talent in college and/or after college? Show not only that you have grown, but that you will continue to grow as you take your first steps into adulthood.

4. Describe how you have taken advantage of a significant educational opportunity or worked to overcome an educational barrier you have faced.

Things to consider: an educational opportunity can be anything that has added value to your educational experience and better prepared you for college. for example, participation in an honors or academic enrichment program, or enrollment in an academy that’s geared toward an occupation or a major, or taking advanced courses that interest you — just to name a few. , if you choose to write about educational barriers you’ve faced, how did you overcome or strive to overcome them what personal characteristics or skills did you call on to overcome this challenge how did overcoming this barrier help shape who are you today.

This question is tricky because it has two parts. So first break the question down: You can write about either A.) How you have taken advantage of a significant educational opportunity OR B.) How you have worked to overcome an educational barrier. The “or” is key. You are not being asked to write about both parts of this question. Just write about one.

If you have participated in an afterschool program, internship, honors program, or a special class that was meaningful or inspiring to you, you will want to think about choosing option A.  Maybe it was an afterschool program for young, aspiring lawyers, or an advanced history class that you took at your local community college. This is an opportunity for you to showcase your ambition and highlight the kinds of challenges that engage and excite you. Beyond underscoring an academic interest, reflect on the personal qualities required for you to succeed. And remember to show, not tell! It will save you from accidentally humble-bragging your way through this assignment. 

Now, for option B. If you have worked to overcome a disability, struggled in school because you have a different background than your peers, suffered financial hardship, or something along those lines, you can choose to write about option B. To nail this tricky task, you will need to highlight not only the ways you struggled, but also the qualities that helped you succeed. How would you define yourself? Resilient? Hardworking? Brave? Zero in on a quality that resonates with you, and write targeted descriptions that bring it to life. (No one is going to believe you if you just write, “I am resilient,” and leave it at that.) Lastly, reflect on how this barrier shaped who you are today, and what skills you gained through facing this educational barrier.

5. Describe the most significant challenge you have faced and the steps you have taken to overcome this challenge. How has this challenge affected your academic achievement?

Things to consider: a challenge could be personal, or something you have faced in your community or school. why was the challenge significant to you this is a good opportunity to talk about any obstacles you’ve faced and what you’ve learned from the experience. did you have support from someone else or did you handle it alone, if you’re currently working your way through a challenge, what are you doing now, and does that affect different aspects of your life for example, ask yourself, “how has my life changed at home, at my school, with my friends or with my family”.

If you skipped question 4 or chose to write about option A, this question is a gift: a second chance to showcase your resilience in the face of obstacles. On the other hand, if you chose to write about option B in question 4, this might feel redundant. You are free to write about both, but again, proceed with caution and be sure to select a totally different challenge.

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: questions that ask you to describe a struggle or failure are really probing for stories about success. What pro-active steps did you take to address the problem at hand? Even if your solution didn’t work out perfectly, what did you learn? In facing this challenge, did you discover a courageous, creative, or hard-working side of yourself? Did you learn something valuable about yourself or others? Highlight the upside. How did this challenge shape who you are today? And how will the skills that you gained dealing with this challenge will help you in college and beyond?

6. Think about an academic subject that inspires you. Describe how you have furthered this interest inside and/or outside of the classroom. 

Things to consider: many students have a passion for one specific academic subject area, something that they just can’t get enough of. if that applies to you, what have you done to further that interest discuss how your interest in the subject developed and describe any experience you have had inside and outside the classroom — such as volunteer work, internships, employment, summer programs, participation in student organizations and/or clubs — and what you have gained from your involvement., has your interest in the subject influenced you in choosing a major and/or future career have you been able to pursue coursework at a higher level in this subject (honors, ap, ib, college or university work) are you inspired to pursue this subject further at uc, and how might you do that.

If you’ve ever referred to yourself as a “nerd” or “geek”, this question is probably for you. To nail down a topic for this bad boy, you can work in two directions: (1) think about how your favorite academic subject has impacted your extracurricular pursuits, or (2) trace one of your favorite hobbies back to its origins in the classroom. Maybe your love of languages led you to take a job at a coffee shop frequented by multilingual tourists. Or perhaps your now-extensive coin collection was resurrected when you did a research project on ancient Roman currency. Whichever way you go about it, building a bridge between the scholarly and the personal lies at the heart of answering this prompt.

7. What have you done to make your school or your community a better place? 

Things to consider: think of community as a term that can encompass a group, team or a place —like your high school, hometown or home. you can define community as you see fit, just make sure you talk about your role in that community. was there a problem that you wanted to fix in your community, why were you inspired to act what did you learn from your effort how did your actions benefit others, the wider community or both did you work alone or with others to initiate change in your community.

Some backwards advice: When writing about community service, you should always start with yourself. Community service essays are cliché minefields. To avoid drifting into platitudes, you need to ground your writing in the specificity of your life. Don’t start with the action and end with what you learned. Instead, dig into your motivations. If you spent weeks petitioning your school community to raise the hourly wage for custodial staff, what prompted you to act? What assumptions did you have about income inequality and what did you learn about your community in the process? Or, maybe you weren’t too enthused about your community service. Maybe you participated in a soccer-team-mandated day of coaching a pee-wee team. What caused your skepticism? How did you turn the experience around?

Also, don’t just choose a topic that sounds impressive. “This year I acted as the co-chair of the Honors Society, presiding over twenty different cases.” If you didn’t, in fact, really enjoy Honors Society, write about a topic that means something to you instead. Think of a moment where you felt like you made a change in your local community. It can be something small; it does not have to be monumental, but it should mean a great deal to you. Describe the moment, using detail to bring it to life, and then reflect on what that experience taught you, and how you hope to continue these activities in the future.

8. Beyond what has already been shared in your application, what do you believe makes you stand out as a strong candidate for admissions to the University of California?

Things to consider: if there’s anything you want us to know about you, but didn’t find a question or place in the application to tell us, now’s your change. what have you not shared with us that will highlight a skill, talent, challenge or opportunity that you think will help us know you better, from your point of view, what do you feel makes you an excellent choice for uc don’t be afraid to brag a little..

This question is really just what it says it is—an open-ended, choose-your-own-adventure question.  Is there something that you really, really want to tell the UC admissions team that you feel makes you a strong and unique candidate that is not showcased in the other three personal insight questions? As with the other questions, whatever topic you choose, please use detail and description to bring this topic to life for the reader, and include thoughtful reflection on why this topic matters to you. Also, be sure to explain why your chosen topic makes you stand out as a strong candidate for the UC schools, since the question specifically asks you to do that!

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It is almost universally agreed that education is very important, but we are not particularly sure what we really want from it. The world’s largest commitment to there being good schools ironically has not been matched to what they are for. The environment, classes, rules, and policies all have an impact on the school’s outlook.

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Impact of Classroom Design

Recent studies at the University of Salford Manchester, collected from 751 students across a variety of learning environments shows how a classroom design can alter a students learning progress. The results were clear and captivating. The classroom environment including, organization, lights, and even color on the walls “could affect [the students] learning process by as much as the average improvement across one year.” Classrooms should be large, with windows, open spaces, colorful, organized, contain lights, quieter places to study, and open places for breaks that include socialization. It is becoming noticeable and clear that the design of the environment is impacting student experience and learning.

Importance of Digital Skills

School curriculums are teaching us like Robots, giving us artificial knowledge. What are schools doing to prepare us and future generations for the future? In most faculties you visit in 2019, you will see teachers teaching the precise same subjects that they taught in 1918: reading, writing, math, science, history, and foriegn languages. I mean nearly all debates going on now are focussed on how teachers teach, but nothing about what they teach. Digital skills, time management, creative thinking, problem solving, self care, and collaboration are in increasing need every single year yet are not talked about, or taught in schools. Topics we are learning today will no longer be needed in future years: handwriting is progressively outdated, arithmetic is no longer done by hand, and computers/the internet has replaced the need to memorize little and basic facts. Society is failing to prepare the next generation for the future already. Schools must start teaching the curriculum of the future, not the past.

Difficulties of Adult Life

Universal claims it is getting students ready for the future, but how is that possible if were learning everything the past has. The world around us has changed, yet schools are still the same. A school’s goals should only be thought of only after students know and understand the difficulties of adult life. If school is going to claim to prepare students for the future, we must understand what the training is for. What difficulties and challenges do we need to be equipped to deal with?

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Argumentative essays are among the most elaborate types of essays that tackle complex topics. They have the potential to change people’s opinions and expand the elements of what is fact and what is not fact.

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How to Write the Santa Clara University Supplemental Essays: Examples + Guide 2022/2023

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Highly influenced by the school’s Jesuit history and globally-focused core curriculum, the Santa Clara University supplemental essay prompts ask applicants to consider how ethics and morals can be applied in a secular educational setting. Although the school is by no means dominated by religion, its guiding principles stem from values like charity, compassion, warmth, and connection. Below you’ll find our tips for how to write the Santa Clara University supplementals, as well as some example essays to give you a sense of what you can do to stand out in your application.

Want to get an even better sense of what Santa Clara is looking for? You’ll find an extensive, by-the-numbers look at its offerings, from enrollment and tuition statistics to student life and financial aid information, on its Common Data Set . For deep insights into how this private liberal arts college envisions student success (and how it wants to grow and evolve), read through its most recent self-study report —a simple way to get a strong idea of what Santa Clara values.

What are the Santa Clara University supplemental essay prompts?

Santa clara university supplemental essay prompt #1.

Briefly describe what prompted you to apply to Santa Clara University. Based on what you know about SCU and our Jesuit mission to educate citizens and leaders of competence, conscience, and compassion, how do you envision your life at SCU and beyond? (maximum 200 words)

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At SCU, we push our students to be creative, be challenged, and be the solution. Think about an ethical dilemma that you care about that our society is currently facing. This can be something happening in your local community or more globally. How can an SCU education help you prepare for and address this challenge? (150-300 words)

How to Write Each Supplemental Essay Prompt for Santa Clara University

How to write santa clara supplemental essay prompt #1.

Think of this as a short “Why us?” essay, with an emphasis on speaking to how you envision your college experience—and life after college—to be influenced by SCU’s Jesuit-minded values of “competence, conscience, and compassion.”

Because this essay will be maxed at 200 words, try to find 5-7 reasons that set Santa Clara apart from the other schools you’re applying to.

Here’s our extensive guide to writing “Why us?” essays . The Cornell example is a great one (since the reasons are so particular to the school), but the Tufts one also shows how to pack a variety of reasons into a short “Why us?” essay.

Here’s the short version of how to write a “Why us?” essay:

Spend 1 hr+ researching 10+ reasons why Santa Clara might be a great fit for you (ideally 3-5 of the reasons will be unique to Santa Clara and connect back to you).

Make a copy of this chart to map out your college research.

Create an outline for your essays based on either Approach 1, 2 (recommended), or 3 in the full guide above.

Write a first draft!

As you write, try to avoid these common mistakes: 

Mistake #1 : Writing about the school's size, location, reputation, weather, or ranking.

Mistake #2 : Simply using emotional language to demonstrate fit.

Mistake #3 : Screwing up the mascot, stadium, team colors or names of any important people or places on campus.

Mistake #4 : Parroting the brochures or website language.

Mistake #5 : Describing traditions the school is well-known for.

Mistake #6 : Thinking of this as only a "Why them" essay.

Here’s an example, written for last year’s prompts, that could still work for this prompt, with perhaps a little more emphasis on how you envision life after SCU.

My interest was piqued last year when a friend applied only to Santa Clara. When I started researching, I was astonished by how I resonated with the school’s values, specifically your dedication to the search for truth, goodness, and beauty. Going to a school that devotes itself to the “mysteries of life” really speaks to me. As a potential Communication and Psychology major, I was excited to see the research opportunities available. I plan to focus on children, so I hope to apply to Lisa Whitfield’s Childhood Cognitive Development lab where I can advance my passion for youth counseling. I feel I also need to understand how media consumption affects children’s lives, so I look forward to the Comm class Media and Youth . I want to be at a university that develops exceptional scholars, and exceptional people who live by  truth and goodness. I hope to become one of them. — — —

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Balance your values with specific examples. The author here mentions her curiosity about Santa Clara and the way in which she gravitated toward their guiding values of truth, goodness, and beauty. She also quotes part of the school’s mission statement about the “mysteries of life.” This gives us a sense of why she sees herself at home in Santa Clara’s unique environment. We see what values guide her and also that she’s done her research to learn more about what the university stands for. What makes the essay stand out is the second half, where she specifies what she’s interested in majoring in and then connects her interests to classes, professors, and labs at the school (solid “Why us?” specifics). With this additional information, we see how her more abstract values connect to specific resources at Santa Clara. 

Speak to how your SCU education would influence life after graduation. After reading this essay, we know what this student's first impressions of the university were, how Santa Clara as a whole lines up with her core values, and what particular resources she’d take advantage of should she be accepted. Had she written the essay for this version of the prompt, she may have focused a bit more of her word count on how her Jesuit-influenced education at SCU would shape her future after college—though she does touch on that briefly by saying she hopes to become one of “the exceptional scholars, and exceptional people who live by  truth and goodness,” Santa Clara is known to produce. Since the prompt specifically asks you to envision life “beyond” college, make sure to address that with some clarity in your response.

Make it personal. Although this is a prompt about the university and what makes it special, it’s important to reference how you would make the most out of what Santa Clara offers. Don’t spend the whole essay talking about how beautiful the campus is and how much you like Silicon Valley. That doesn’t tell the reader anything about whom they’d be admitting into their student body. Place yourself at the center of your answer.

Highlight a variety of resources. This author is a multi-faceted applicant with more than one interest. She makes sure to highlight that by choosing a diverse array of campus activities and classes—joining a specific professor’s child cognitive development lab, for example, and her broader interest in media consumption patterns and youth counseling. Consider doing this too by showcasing the breadth of your interests, both in and outside the classroom.

Here’s a bonus example, also written for last year’s version of the prompt, that does a nice job (without being prompted) of looking forward to life after college, when the student envisions growing into a social entrepreneur and changemaker. That’s still a bit vague, given the updated prompt, so imagine yourself being more specific to address this year’s version.

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When I moved to the US from Vietnam, I knew that I wanted to use my privilege and education to one day find solutions to poverty and other social problems in my home country. The Leavey School of Business will cultivate me into a successful social entrepreneur.  I want to major in Management and minor in Global Business, because I hope to one day solve social problems on a global scale. Through taking courses such as Social Entrepreneurship, International Management, and Food, Hunger, Poverty, Environment Immersion, I hope to develop entrepreneurial, analytical, and problem solving skills. I want to gain essential skills to address poverty, and give back to the community by participating in the Jean Donovan Fellowship and Global Fellow Internship. I am also excited to expand my perspective studying in Paris or London, and gain real-world knowledge interning at companies in Silicon Valley.  Likewise, I am eager to build connections at SCU, because the first thing I noticed during the virtual tour was how friendly the students and staff are. Santa Clara is where I belong, and it is a place that can nurture me into who I want to be ― an impactful entrepreneur and changemaker. — — —

how to write Santa Clara Supplemental Essay Prompt #2

SCU’s second “Why us?” essay has a bit of a twist. Instead of asking you to consider how SCU will help you in your major or future career, this prompt is asking you to think a little more altruistically. What ethical dilemma makes you pause, makes you think, or makes you search for a solution?

Through your response, SCU is trying to find the answers to two questions:

Do your values align with ours?

Are you the kind of student who cares about their community and is ready to take action to improve it?

As you tackle this essay, consider shifting your main focus away from SCU’s course catalog and toward its Student Organization Directory and other on-campus resources to see what specific opportunities SCU offers to resolve your challenge. 

This is a new prompt for SCU this year, so we can’t share a specific example with you. But we’ve still got you covered. This essay, written for Northwestern’s “Why us?” prompt, addresses SCU’s prompt well, with just a few key changes (which we’ll explore below).

In the words of Will, who spent six years inside the California Youth Authority: “It doesn’t make sense to take a kid out of the community to show him how to live in the community”. Confining 60,500 youth like Will every night, our dysfunctional juvenile justice system lies at an insidious intersection of racism, poverty, and unequal educational opportunity. As the sole school of its kind in the nation, Northwestern’s School of Education and Social Policy (SESP) will help me navigate this web of issues. As a Social Policy major, I’ll learn to develop policies targeting the school-to-prison pipeline or youth homelessness. Practical experience is paramount in understanding how institutions impact individuals, and vice versa. SESP provides this through research and the practicum internship, while Summer and Chicago Field Studies offer even more ways to get involved with criminal and social justice organizations. Specifically, I want to work with Ascend Justice to advocate for those affected by the child welfare system. Northwestern also nurtures my fascination with math. By participating in MMSS, I’ll merge my love for numbers and analysis with my ardent interest in the social sciences, building an intensive foundation in mathematical models to understand concepts that drive decision-making and collective action. Or through MENU, I’ll explore exciting advanced mathematical topics, like geometric topology and combinatorics. SESP’s flexible coursework and the quarter system let me dive deeper into other academic interests: linking policy in times of political transformation to environmental studies, taking classes in psychopathology to better understand the criminalization of mental illness, and pairing French with philosophy in “Les Formes du Mal.” Northwestern gives me the profound and focused education I seek, while fostering all my AND’s, providing me with the tools and perspective I need to strive toward my goals. — — —

Identify a challenge you connect with. You may be tempted to select women’s rights or global warming as the challenge you care most about, but is it really ? Don’t be tempted to pick an ethical dilemma based only on its attention-grabbing headlines or its trending hashtags. #JustSayNo. Instead, identify an issue—big or small, local or global—that hits you in the feels and makes you want to stand up and take action now . This student does just that in the first half of the essay: passionately outlining the shortcomings they see in the juvenile justice system.

Mind your audience. Before you start writing, take some time to really look through SCU’s mission, vision, and values and see if (and how) they align with yours. SCU offers a Jesuit-based education with origins in the Catholic Church, which means its values and beliefs likely skew somewhat conservative. If your chosen challenge is potentially divisive or controversial, think about how that could resonate (or not) with your audience.

Be clear. This student opened with a compelling quote and a shocking statistic to convey the gravity of the holes in the  juvenile justice system. But it would’ve been even more helpful to have given some context to that quote—were they a volunteer with the California Youth Authority and a mentor to Will? By showing us that they have direct, hands-on experience with the topic, this student could’ve made their personal connection to (and understanding of) the issue clearer and more compelling.

Play the long game. SCU wants to understand more than just how an SCU education will help you understand your dilemma. They also want to know how that education is going to help you address that challenge. SCU doesn’t want you to be a passive bystander; instead, school officials want to see you take action and create change, using what you’ve learned on campus. One way this student could’ve better crafted their response to match this prompt is by being more specific about their future actions than simply saying they’d “get involved with criminal and social justice organizations.” How would they make an impact? What, exactly, does “get involved'' mean? These are the details that will elevate your essay and make it ( and you) stand out.

Stay the course. This student does an excellent job of answering the prompt in the first half of their response, but they go off course in the second (at least, in relation to answering this SCU prompt) and bring in a whole new field of interest. Keep your essay focused on one dilemma and one challenge, and keep your “Why us?” responses locked in on that target.

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Students can apply several practices to write a compelling grad school personal statement that gets readers to take notice. These steps include developing a solid outline, conveying a strong and memorable thesis, presenting specific points relevant to the topic, and taking sufficient time to edit and proofread the essay before submitting it.

What Is a Grad School Application Essay?

Graduate school admission or application essays allow graduate programs to get to know applicants better as people. Although an applicant's grade point average (GPA), transcripts, and test scores tell part of their story, grad school essays allow students to show how their personalities, achievements, and past experiences inform their career interests and potential for academic success.

Graduate schools often ask for personal statements or letters of intent from applicants. Prospective graduate students should know what distinguishes these documents.

What Are Admissions Officers Looking for in a Grad School Essay?

In general, admissions personnel review these essays to determine how well students might fit in with a graduate program and succeed academically. Reviewers also look for a sense of how well prospective students handle stress, overcome challenges, and stand up to the demands of a rigorous program.

Grad school essays should shed light on how well students respond to criticism of their work. Also, graduate school provides a setting where individuals can explore diverse theories and perspectives. To this end, admissions personnel look for clues about students' openness to different viewpoints and their ability to express their ideas in written form.

What to Know Before You Start Writing

Review the prompt.

The prompt for the application essay gives students a sense of how to focus their writing. Before starting to write, students should read the instructions within the prompt carefully. These directions shed light on readers' expectations.

Prompts for grad school application essays vary greatly, with some offering little detail on what the statement should cover. Applicants should pay close attention to the requirements, including word count, format, and submission method.

Brainstorm Ideas

Some graduate essay prompts offer few instructions or requirements, leaving applicants a lot of room for choosing a topic. To determine the most appropriate topic, focus, and personal examples to include, students should devote considerable time to brainstorming before they start writing.

Students should give themselves time to reflect on their strengths, accomplishments, and research interests. They should also consider the qualities they want in a graduate program and pick out benefits provided by the program so they can speak to the specific reasons they're applying.

Create An Outline

Outlining is a crucial step in creating a compelling and memorable grad school personal statement. Just as architects need a blueprint to design and build a skyscraper, grad school applicants need a roadmap to organize and write their essays.

The most effective application essays include an attention-grabbing introduction, a body with solid and concise points, and a memorable conclusion. An outline will likely change somewhat during the writing process, but it still allows the writer to stay on top of the essay's construction.

Know the Point You're Trying to Get Across

A grad school personal statement should present a clear point or thesis to help it stand out. An overall thesis statement or claim answers the question, "What is this essay about?" A reader should not have to work hard to understand the thesis. If the point of an essay is unclear or confusing, an admissions officer might stop reading.

Applicants should place their thesis in the introduction so that the reader clearly understands what the following essay will address. Students can insert their thesis immediately after an anecdote, quotation, or other attention-getter to provide a smooth transition into the main topic.

Be Aware of Topics to Avoid

Brainstorming allows an applicant to consider a variety of topics and ways of writing about them. However, some subjects may be inappropriate for a grad school application essay because they could alienate certain readers or make them lose interest.

Topics that writers should consider omitting from an admission essay include the following:

Students should also avoid using well-known phrases or expressions. For example, common cliches offer virtually no advantage because they suggest little to no originality of thought. Also, students should not use words or terms (e.g., vulgar language) that detract from their professionalism.

What to Consider While You're Writing

Grab the reader's attention.

A strong grad school personal statement starts with writing a concise introduction that gains the reader's attention. The writer can make the essay more memorable by using a brief anecdote, quotation, compelling statistic, or rhetorical question.

The introduction should also provide a clear preview or roadmap for the rest of the essay. After the attention-getter, the essay should quickly transition into the thesis statement or main idea, followed by a preview of the upcoming points.

Writers should revisit the introduction once their essay is complete to double-check that it accurately reflects the main points of the essay.

Be Authentic

Students should not just focus on what they think admissions personnel will want to read. Instead, they should use their voice to present their ideas in meaningful ways that reflect their true selves. In other words, write with authenticity. While the essay should reflect a polished draft, it should also show applicants as they are.

Graduate school applicants shouldn't lie or misrepresent themselves in the grad school essay. In addition to strengths and accomplishments, admissions departments want to read what applicants say about their shortcomings and how they have worked to overcome them.

Be Relevant and Specific

While students can use creative anecdotes and personal examples, they need to make their points relevant to the prompt or question. Admissions personnel generally want to learn why students wish to enroll in the program and what makes them qualified. These elements can serve as the foundation when writing the main body of an essay .

Also, the main points should be specific. For example, in expressing why they are applying to a particular program, applicants can use a brief anecdote to explain their desire to work with a faculty member who shares their research interests. While stories and examples add a personal touch, they should not distract from essential information that grad schools want to know about an applicant.

Have a Strong Ending

When writing the conclusion of a graduate school admission essay, writers should restate the thesis and reiterate the main points. Rather than presenting new information, the ending should remind the reader of the statement’s main ideas. Furthermore, it should refer back to those points while giving the reader something to think about after they have finished reading.

A conclusion can also end by tying back to the attention-getting statement in the introduction. This stylistic device brings the whole essay full circle, provides a sense of closure, and strengthens the emotional connection with the reader.

What to Do When You've Finished Writing

Finishing the draft of a graduate school admission essay does not signal the end of the writing process. Rather, polishing the draft requires re-reading, editing, and getting feedback before submitting it.

Reread Your Draft

A grad school essay containing errors or reflecting poor writing does not leave a favorable impression. Re-reading the essay allows for catching mistakes, clearing up confusing sentences, and strengthening the main points.

Unfortunately, writers can gloss over errors after reading the essay just once. As a rule of thumb, when students believe their draft has gone through enough editing and proofreading, they might take a little more time and read the document one more time.

Edit Your Draft

Students should not confuse editing with proofreading — a step that involves checking for grammar, punctuation, and stylistic errors. Editing is a more substantive process that includes checking for conciseness and ensuring that ideas flow well. Proper editing also allows writers to determine whether each paragraph or section expresses a single thought and make sure that sentences are concise and clear.

Students should allow enough time to edit their essays. Also, reading the essay aloud can provide another way to catch mistakes or confusing phrases.

Get Feedback

Students should find individuals they trust to check their personal statement for clarity, errors, and other stylistic inconsistencies. Also, having others review the essay can give the applicant a sense of how others perceive its tone, organization, and potential to engage the reader.

Trusted peers, instructors, family members, friends, and students who have recently gone through the grad school application process often provide excellent feedback. Students can also seek out others who are applying to graduate school to share their personal statements and exchange constructive criticism.

Sample Grad School Application Essay

Prompt: Why do you wish to pursue a graduate degree in communication studies at the University of Oklahoma and how does it relate to your career goals?

Three years ago, I underwent a breast biopsy after two mammograms failed to rule out a suspicious lump. I met with my oncological surgeon before she was to perform the procedure. Although her technical skills were superior, her bedside manner left me feeling scared, uncertain, and lacking confidence in my capacity to handle a possible cancer diagnosis. Moreover, my doctor's inability to relate to me personally left me feeling powerless in meeting my health needs as a patient.

In poor health, many people feel robbed of their dignity. One of the most critical settings where patients can maintain dignity is during a doctor's visit. I wish to conduct research and teach courses in an academic setting to explore how doctor-patient interactions can help patients gain more confidence and improve their health outcomes. To this end, I am applying to the Communication Department at the University of Oklahoma to pursue a master's degree specializing in health communication. This master's will then allow me to continue my studies and earn a doctorate in this area.

I first learned a great deal about doctor-patient interactions while taking an undergraduate health communication class from Dr. Edith McNulty at the University of Nebraska. Dr. McNulty's class informed the way I view my breast biopsy experience. After completing her class, I enrolled in an independent study with Dr. McNulty transcribing qualitative interviews she conducted with patients. Through this independent study, I also learned how to perform constant comparative coding of those transcripts.

My independent study has fueled my interest in researching health communication and teaching classes on the subject. My interest in the communication studies program at Oklahoma stems partly from my interest in Dr. Dan O'Malley's studies of patients' expressions of ethnicity when they encounter healthcare workers. Working with Dr. O'Malley could expand my healthcare interest to include ethnicity as a factor in these settings.

I also am familiar with Dr. Wendy Wasser's research on communication efficacy during online video appointments. Given that increasing numbers of patients rely on telemedicine to receive their healthcare, studying with Dr. Wasser can help me understand the role of new communication technologies in doctor's visits.

Although my breast biopsy from three years ago was benign, I know that other patients are not as fortunate in their health outlook. All patients have the right to quality communication during doctor visits to help them gain confidence and take proactive measures toward their healthcare. My pursuit of a master's in health communication at the University of Oklahoma can set me on a path to contributing to our understanding of the interpersonal impact of doctor-patient interactions on medical care and patient well-being.

Frequently Asked Questions About Grad School Application Essays

How long should a grad school application essay be?

Most applicants should expect to write at least 500 words for their grad school admission essay. However, length varies by graduate program. Many application materials contain specific instructions on how to write the essay, including word limits.

What should I title my application essay for grad school?

If an online application submission page includes a text box for the title, the applicant should follow the word or character limit and make the title relevant to their grad school personal statement. However, students do not need to add a title if the application does not require it.

How do I make my application essay stand out for grad school?

Prospective students should write a clear and compelling grad school essay free of errors. Also, the statement should help make the applicant stand out from their peers. It can include specific examples of unique experiences that illustrate students' strengths and abilities.

What should you not do in an application essay for grad school?

Students should not wander off topic when answering a prompt, especially if it asks a specific question. Also, an essay should not include so many personal examples that they read as a list. Instead, the applicant can provide a brief anecdote for each main point they want to make.

How do you answer grad school application essay questions?

The best graduate school admission essays have a clear thesis statement and good organization. They also grab the reader's attention right away and maintain it to the end. The best essays also reflect the writer's careful attention to the application instructions by addressing the prompt thoroughly.

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