Keyword: Knowing Myself - Passion

  • Reflecting on What's Important to Me-Jordan Harper

    Reflecting on What's Important to Me-Jordan Harper

    Life is full of difficult decisions, and this is never more evident than during senior year. I have faced so many choices already, and so many more are looming in the distance.

    Colleges, jobs, money Ð the list goes on and on. But all of this has taught me some new ways to deal with decision-making, and it’s shown me what to look for when making choices.

    All of these choices have led me to develop a personal philosophy that I put to use whenever confronting a decision. The three main points of my philosophy are: do what is best for the community, stay committed to excellence and, most importantly, stay dedicated to God. In my experience, there usually will only be one choice that goes in accord with all three of these points.

    By: Jordan Harper
    Posted: September 02, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Nicholas Bowens

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Nicholas Bowens


    The first half of school has pretty much come and gone, and life after high school is extremely close. Lately, I have been contemplating my life and all of its obstacles.

    I have been putting into perspective everything that I do to see if it will benefit my future. The real world comes with so many different obstacles and decisions; I know I must at least have an outline of how I want my life to be.

    To prepare for life after high school, I prioritize first by looking at what is most important to me and the rest falls together like a puzzle. Not doing so puts me in the wrong state of mind and keeps me disorganized.

    By: Nicholas Bowens
    Posted: September 02, 2013
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  • Transferring:Know before you go

    Transferring:Know before you go

    Knowing what credits will transfer and what programs accept transfer students is crucial.

    By: Taylor Burke
    Posted: August 21, 2013
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  • Getting involved in extracurriculars

    Getting involved in extracurriculars

    If you can’t find the right one for you, consider developing your own.

    By: Eric Kalenze
    Posted: August 21, 2013
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  • Don’t Let Doubts Hold You Back

    To choose the best post-secondary path, you need to determine your goals -- what you feel you were created to accomplish on this earth. Without a destination, it is impossible to choose a route to take you there.


    By: Macaela Bennett
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • Three E’s Essential in Picking Post-high School Path

    Three E’s Essential in Picking Post-high School Path

    Paving a clear and strong road for the path I’m headed to, my passion will always lead my decisions.

    By: Jeeyun Kim
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • Research, Counselor’s Advice can Help Pave Way

    As I think about where I will land next year at this time, my security will be imperative in making decisions, since it is never correct to make an uncomfortable choice.

    By: Aubreigh Sabbota
    Posted: June 26, 2013
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  • Priorities, a Plan, and what Feels Right

    As I think about where I will land next year, the most important factor in my making that decision is whether I can trust that all my hard work has paid off and that I have taken the right steps to reach my goals, because I want to feel confident about the way the path toward my future is going.
    By: Jenna Hubaishy
    Posted: June 25, 2013
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  • Stumbling on the Road to Success

    When reflecting on my second year in college, it becomes clear that I haven’t recently made any notable life decisions. I still enjoy studying neurological disorders and how to treat and cure them while, on the side, continue to improve and have high hopes as a long-distance runner.

    By: John Bernstein
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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  • Striking a Balance between Friends and Schoolwork

    College is a balancing act. One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned this semester is that spreading yourself too thin is never rewarding. My advice to college students, and really to all students, in general, is to pick one or two things you really enjoy doing and pursue them with a passion. I chose to write for my school’s independent student-run newspaper.

    By: Jelani Hayes
    Posted: June 16, 2013
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