High school brings back a lot of memories. For some, those memories are positive ones. Maybe you were the captain of the football team, or you met the love of your life. For others, those memories are negative ones. My high school memories are negative ones.
I have just finished high school last year and going to University next year and I have been thinking whether all the stress, anxiety, and pressure to perform well was really worth it after all Atar is only valid for two years before disappearing without a trace.
At the Episcopal School of Los Angeles (ESLA), having a diverse student body and infusing its curriculum with a strong sense of social justice are not trendy buzz words; they are essential parts of the school's DNA.
High school gives you four amazing years to explore your interests and grow intellectually in preparation for college and a future career. The talents and skills you develop in this time could lead you to your lifelong profession. Prepare for your dream college and future job with a high school career of rigorous academics, test preparation and meaningful activities.
Hello, I’m going to start off by introducing myself and talking about why I’m here. I won’t reveal my real name so I’ll just go by light. I’m 15 years old and a junior in highschool. I’m currently taking IB, yeh haha the struggle is real. Anyway, so this is a place for me to vent? I guess lol and just talk about my experience and struggles in general. And possibly give advice to other students? If anyone has any.
The British government emphasizes English as a medium of instruction in India as they wanted to praise the British conquerors and their regimes. However, the main reason for enforcing the British education system in India was to create a class of anglicized Indians. This was the cleverest way to de-route the future Indian generations from their culture and traditions. Also, Britishers wanted to create the dominance of western culture in the entire Indian subcontinent.
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A narrative often fed through pre-teen and teen media is that high school is one of the most damaging and scarring experiences that can happen to a person. I'm not here to totally disqualify that sentiment; for many people, high school is a very unpleasant and traumatising chapter in their lives and I am not writing this article to say those feelings are invalid. I am here to say, however, that high school for me (particularly in the last 2 years) was a time of great enjoyment. That's not to say it didn't take me a while to get there - trust me, I have many a story from my early high school years - but I recognise now how lucky and indebted I am to my high school for the education I recieved and the friends I was able to make. To get more of an understanding of how I got to this place though, we need to start at the very beginning: primary school.
As I walked into the bathroom, I surveyed the damage in the mirror and instantly regretted it. I looked terrible!