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  • Pumped for High School Perks, and Prepping for the Future

    Senior year -- the year I thought would never arrive. Most people haven’t asked me what I think about being a senior; instead they skip right to asking me what I will do after I’m a senior. Students need to get through senior year and then they will enter into the glory years known as college.
    By: Abby Anfinson
    Posted: July 21, 2014
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  • Major, careers and friends come into focus

    Major, careers and friends come into focus

    It’s hard to believe that my junior year of college is almost ending and that I will be a senior in…

    By: Marisa Berti
    Posted: March 04, 2014
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Stephanie

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Stephanie

    After I receive that bright, shiny diploma, and I am no longer required to attend school, I plan on running away to join a circus. I am an amazing tightrope walker.

    Just kidding. I have terrible balance and would fall as soon as I no longer had solid ground beneath my feet.

    I hope that a similar demise will not befall me when I attempt my real post-secondary future.

    By: Stephanie Schmidt
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Laura

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Laura

    As I think about my next step in life, my main motivation is to receive a good college education, travel the world, and never compromise my morals.

    In retrospect, my fate was sealed the moment I started high school. At the risk of sounding like a gigantic nerd, I adore learning, and I enjoy school for the most part.

    I want to learn as much as I can about the world before I undertake any form of a long-term career. Eventually, I want to become a literature teacher, and the best way to learn how to teach is to listen to those who teach.

    By: Laura Acchiardo
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • What I’ve Learned This Year - Rachel

    What I’ve Learned This Year - Rachel

    This year so far has been a full on learning experience for me.

    Coming to Central Michigan University, I was unsure about what I wanted to pursue. I thought it would be fun to go into the broadcasting and journalism fields, but as I started to continue classes, I realized it was fun but something I didn’t want to make a life-long career. Both of those are my hobbies -- and don’t get me wrong they could make wonderful careers for someone out there -- but I knew it wasn’t my calling.

    By: Rachel Dybicki
    Posted: September 13, 2013
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  • Celebrate What Was, Focus on What is, and Get Prepared for What is to Come

    Celebrate What Was, Focus on What is, and Get Prepared for What is to Come

    This year, my senior year of high school, is going to bring forth many opportunities and blessings that I am looking forward to. Many great things have happened in my high school career already, but this is the year to put all of the things I have learned, seen and experienced together to produce a final result.

    So what goals should I have? What can this year give me? Basically, I am looking forward to molding myself into the best person I can be.

    By: Jordan Harper
    Posted: September 07, 2013
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  • Preparing for a New Life

    Preparing for a New Life

    I am Rodneshia Bridges, a 17-year-old upcoming senior at Westover Comprehensive High School in Albany, Ga. I also have been working at a local McDonalds since my tenth grade year.

    I’m excited to say that this will be my last year in high school, and I’ll be starting a new life in college, leaving the past behind. So far my first couple of senior days were great, but my class work has gotten a little harder, I must say.

    Rodneshia Bridges
    Posted: September 07, 2013
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  • Logical Approach Keeps Choices in Check

    I am blessed with logical parents who help me stay on track and keep reminding me of the priorities.

    By: Abigail Crowley
    Posted: June 25, 2013
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  • Character, Family Influence Plans for Life

    I like school and have done well in it, so I think I would enjoy college also.

    By: Felicia Watts
    Posted: June 25, 2013
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  • Community Colleges

    Community Colleges

    An affordable way to make education work for you.

    By: Matt Tustison
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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