While writing this, I have three more days left of my junior year of high school. With this comes a lot of reflection on what this school year has brought. To start off, junior year has hands-down been the most challenging academically. While this could be because of the addition of AP classes into my schedule, most graduates agree that junior year is just the hardest for some reason.
High School Experience
“My Memorable Senior High School Life” – marieltose
I hated doing those because it took away the time that I suppose to be having fun. My parents to started to asked me about college and my plans after high school. High school is a world where you no longer be treated as a child. This is the time when girls start to wear make up and boys turns into men. I remembered those days that stayed up late to study for exams, tests and quizzes and writing research papers. It was also the time to meet new friends and build a friendship and shared laughter, cried together and had our moments. High School Life.
My Life at Junior High
In high school, you are supposed to pick the kind of topic you will be able to dig into — that is, you have to make sure you can find enough info on the subject. Sure, today it seems that getting your hands on any kind of information is simple and question how long is a thesis isn't on the table yet. Still, you have to remember that apart from being available, the info you discuss should be engaging. Argumentative and persuasive essays are most commonly assigned to high school students. So, there are plenty of papers in public domains that are written in one of these styles — and you can take a look at those if you need some inspiration.
In these fast four years, so much has changed and yet so much is exactly the same. You still go to school with most of the same people. You walk into the same familiar building and say hello to the same teachers give or take a few.