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.
Hundreds of careers are available through the military, including some you’d never realize.
As I think about where I will land next year at this time, money would be the factor that could limit my future.
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High school is largely about becoming the person who you want to be. Every choice, from the people you decide to spend time with to the activities you surround yourself with, contributes to the person you become. Always make choices that make you happy and, ultimately, that make you the person that makes you happy. Transitioning to life after high school will be several times easier if you are already satisfied with yourself and your goals and ambitions.
As of this fall I will be a senior at Curie High School in Chicago. I have many memories in this school that make me the person I am today, and I’ve had awesome teachers that made me open my mind to school.