• Life After High School
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    I remember that towards the end of my senior year in high school, my parents suggested that I apply to a four-year college. They also offered to pay for the cost of going to college as long as I would go full-time and would start right after high school. They believed that I would be more prepared to challenge the real world by having a four-year college degree rather than just a high school diploma. Having a higher education made the difference in getting a good job with a decent salary. Unfort...
  • High School Vs Middle School
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    High School vs. Middle School A Comparative Essay There are two distinctive differences, that make high school much more difficult, when you make the jump from middle school to high school: you have to work much harder and you get more freedom as a reward. High school is far more involved and it is more difficult than middle school. You have to work harder and spend more time on your schoolwork to receive good grades; whereas, in middle school, it is easy to get good grades, all you have to do i...
  • Abolish Or Reform High School
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    Throughout the world, students are encouraged to attend high school and continue their education. However, many students find it worthless and become uninspired. They blame the faculty, school policies, and fellow students, when they should be blaming themselves. Unchallenging course work is most likely a sign that the student isn't taking a hard enough course. During my high school experience, students had the opportunity to take college courses through our high school. This gave the more advan...
  • High School Band Bands Students
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    This report is about the 3 rd Annual Fall Festival Of Music, Held at Eisenhower High School, Ca. It was a local tournament at the end of marching band season. Some kids came to win, some to hope, and some to work. The primary reason for this tournament was to raise money for the Eisenhower Golden Eagle Alliance. Many bands from their respective High-Schools came to the tournament. All of them local bands, from the surrounding cites. Bands came from schools such as, Banning High School, San Gorg...
  • High School Versus College
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    High School Life Versus College Life There are many ways to compare and contrast high school life versus college life. Some of the things to compare and contrast are the student life, the faculty, and the athletic structure. One way to compare and contrast high school life and college life is student population. The population in college far exceeds high school enrollment. In high school the average number of students is seven hundred fifty and in college the average number of students is approx...
  • Comparison Essay Between High School And College
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    School plays an important role in our life. Many of us will spend more than fifteen years at school in order to get the qualifications that are required to work in a specific field. Of course, those years are broken down into several levels, some of them being more liked than others. Two important steps that we go through are high school and college. Even though some people would think they are almost similar, yet there are significant differences between them. The cost of high school education...
  • College Vs High School
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    High School vs. College After going to high school for four years, college is definitely a step up. There are similarities, but at the same time more differences. There is still some required classes and homework, but they are different at the same time. Classes in college are bigger as well as the campus, class times vary a lot more, homework takes more time, and the teacher / student communication is a 180 degree change from high school. In high school, classes are usually no larger than 25 st...
  • High School Basketball College Team Court
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    College and High school Basketball College and High school basketball are different and similar in many different ways the ways they are similar is that they both apply the same rules as far as being on the court goes and how the game is being played. For example there is still a traveling call, a three second in the lane call, and a ten second call if you don't pass half court in that amount of time. The ways that they are different is that in college there are two twenty minute halves where as...
  • How High School And College Differ
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    How High School and College Differ There are many similarities, and differences between high school and college. High School was the best four years of my life. I got in a lot of trouble in those's years, but also had a blast. Now at J. C. C. it is even better than high school, and my eyes are being opened to a whole new world. In Toronto High Schol you can get away with just about anything. Jefferson Community College is a whole different story. High school begins at eight o'clock, and ends a...
  • How College And High School Differ
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    How College and High School Differ A good education is an important part of ones life. To achieve a good education, one should attend both high school and college. Although some people think high school has a lot in common with college, I find them to be very different. After graduating from high school I enrolled into college and noticed that there are many differences between them. A few of these differences include the attitude and responsibilities of the teachers and students and the amount ...
  • High Schools Should Be High Tech
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    HIGH SCHOOLS SHOULD BE HI TECH The world is becoming more and more 'hi tech' and high schools should keep up. High school should be taught on computers because it would save paper, it would save time, and school supplies would be lighter. The first reason high school should be taught on computers is because it would save paper. If textbooks were on computer disks then trees around the world would be saved. This would make our environment much greener and species that are endangered in the rainfo...
  • High School Time World Things
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    The last day of my high school career is fast approaching and I can only imagine how I'll be feeling when I step out of S. F. Austin's grounds for the very last time. Throughout these four years, I have felt a lot of urgency about graduating high school. I didn't think that the time to graduate would come soon enough. But now, that time is finally nearing. I cannot believe that it has come this fast. I remember my first days of high school. I was just dying to experience all the new and excitin...
  • High School Vs College
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    Upon attending college for a semester and a half, I have found that I enjoy being a college student more than being a high school student. In the time that i have been in college, I have seen that more freedom is allowed to students in college than in high school. Such choices as the note taking, the environment, or class selection are a few examples of how college is less restrictive than high school. Because of the educational freedom and having more control over my education, I find being a c...
  • Highschool Vs College High School
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    Schooling is a very important aspect in our lives and one must go through many steps to higher education; the most important steps in society today, are high school and college. Although high school and college aim for the same goal, which is acquiring an education and graduating, the demands, expectations, and social atmosphere extremely contrast. There are many demands placed upon high school students. For example, high school students are obligated, or rather forced by law to attend school un...
  • High School Students College Enter
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    Students should not be permitted to drop out of school because it will be hard for them to get good paying jobs. Students may not be able to enter college. The crime rate can increase. It may be harder for dropout students to get jobs than for students with high school diplomas. Nowadays, students are required to have good skills in order to get god paying jobs. The only way they can get those skills is by staying in school and getting a diploma to prove they have acquired the skills they need ...
  • High School Time Thinking Meant
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    After Junior High all I thought about was getting high school over with and graduating. Even though thinking about starting high school kind of made me sick to my stomach and scared me a bit. I just kept on thinking new experiences around the corner, and new people to meet and greet. Just thinking that I was the top dog for being in high school with all the older kids made me feel somewhat important or privileged. High school was less nerve wrecking than I actually thought it was before I start...
  • High School Ken Senior Year
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    High school senior year is considered as the most cheerful and unforgettable memory of one! s life. In this time period, one can be emotionally influenced by many things that happen around him or her: anticipation to graduate from high school, preparation for college or work, and the subtle change in friendship. In the fiction! ^0 Senior Year! +/-, the author vividly portraits many contented as well as heartbreaking stories which many high school students have experienced in their senior years. ...
  • College Vs High School
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    In the article, Education, written by E. B. White, he tells about the subject of school-in- country vs. school-in-city. He tells us about the life of school in the country side would be like, and then he compared the life in the city side. The shift from the city school to country school was a strange way for the author and his family to accept the new environment. He and his wife never knew anything about public school before; therefore, moving to the city is something he and his wife worried ...
  • High School Vs College
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    Graduating high school and attending college is one of the many changes a young adult experiences in their lifetime. High school and college have various differences and similarities. In high school everyone was similar in a myriad of ways. There was not much ethnic diversity. As a result, students dressed and acted similarly. Students had their own individuality; however were not exposed to other cultures. In a typical college, you may be exposed to many different cultures. For example, in my ...
  • Highschool Vs College High School
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    A countless number of high school students anticipate graduation day and the new life experiences that come with it. Most of the undergraduates fantasize about what they are going to encounter after graduation. Many believe that they will go on to college, while a few will go directly to work. Those that look forward to college may think about what careers they will go into, if they are going to move away, and other various concerns. Then the day finally comes and they graduate. They generally c...