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  • My Transition to Life After High School

    My Transition to Life After High School

    Since high school is over, there are always things graduates feel they should have done differently. Whether it is making better grades, or how they dealt with the people and situations that surrounded them, there’s always something they wish to change.

    Looking back on your past there are also questions you wish you had the answers to. Like making the right choices after high school such as whether to get a job and start late so you can afford college or start right on time.

    In this article I hope I can help you make the right choices for yourself by sharing my experiences.

    by Faith Jones
    Posted September 02, 2013
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  • Happy Where I'm At

    Happy Where I'm At

    Reflecting back on my choice of college, I can’t help but consider how things would have been different if I had chosen a different school. To be honest, this is mostly for superficial reasons Ð after breaking my foot last winter, I have considered how much easier my freshman year would have been if I hadn’t been on crutches for the majority of my second semester!

    However, there are other things I have considered: after seeing so many of my high school friends pledging sororities, I wonder what my life would have been like had I chosen a school with an active Greek life. Or post-visiting my good friend at school in New York City, I dream about my life at college in the middle of a big city.

    All things considered though, I am happy with my choice to attend Georgetown. I think that it was the best choice for me at the time, and that it is a choice that will serve me well in years to come.

    by Alison Vandenburgh
    Posted September 02, 2013
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  • Don’t Rush Your Decision

    Don’t Rush Your Decision

    Deciding what you want to do after high school is a big decision. A really big decision. And, if your high school is anything like mine was, you have pressure being put on you from every angle, pushing you to decide what you want to do with the rest of your life.

    But not to worry, because despite what every adult in your life seems to be telling you, you have more time than you think. Allow me to explain.

    by Hannah Smothers
    Posted September 02, 2013
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  • A Best-kept Secret for Career Opportunities

    Hundreds of careers are available through the military, including some you’d never realize.

    Tammy Jo Reibe
    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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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Rodneshia Bridges

    Trying to prepare myself for life after high school is one of the most important tasks I’ll have as a student, although it can be difficult to imagine myself maturing into an adult.

    As I think about life after high school, it gets serious now because May, the month I graduate in, will be here in no time and I’ll be walking across that stage as a proud 2012 graduate. I find myself constantly changing my mind and ideas about what I’m willing to do with my career.

    At first, I was back and forth with my major in college. Now, I have been weighing my options and realizing that I really don’t want to attend college right now in my life. Instead, I have decided to go into the military and maybe eventually attend college, but having it fully paid for on my behalf.

    Rodneshia Bridges
    Posted September 02, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Blake Horton

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me-Blake Horton

    Over the next few months I will make the most important decisions that can affect my entire life. What I have planned for my future may not be common in some people’s eyes. I want to live out on my own, get a job to support myself, and be my own person.

    by Blake Horton
    Posted September 02, 2013
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  • Preparing for Life After High School

    Preparing for Life After High School

    Hey everyone! I am back with another important topic, the three most important decisions you make for your life after high school. For me they are college, career, and job.

    If you are a junior, like I am, then you’ve probably already gone to a college fair and talked to the representatives there. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed that experience.

    College, including technical college, is such an important step into the adult world, but there is only one question that most people ask, “Which college is right for me?” For me, choosing the right college is all about the programs and scholarship opportunities they offer.

     

    by Annmarie Stewart
    Posted September 02, 2013
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  • Explore a breadth of options, the depths of passions

    Explore a breadth of options, the depths of passions

      You will probably hear this throughout your high school career from guidance counselors or…

    by Abby Anfinson
    Posted August 28, 2013
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  • The effort you put in will pay off

    The effort you put in will pay off

    In life, there’s a bit of everything, and it all has its own timing. Right now, high school has…

    by Maria Maldonado
    Posted August 28, 2013
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