Sometimes decisions don’t make sense when you try to explain them to other people, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re wrong.
As a junior signing up for next year’s classes, I have a lot of questions I wish people would just answer straight out instead of giving me the whole “It’s your life and they’re your choices” spiel I’ve gotten from just about every counselor, teacher, and friend that I’ve asked for advice.
Highlights the important benefits of students developing a relationship with their school counselors.
Addresses the growth in online bullying and actions victims can take to stop it
Explores teen readiness to prioritize activities, manage time and make good decisions
By junior year, I have realized my time here is dwindling away.
As I start the transition for my senior year, I am overwhelmed with excitement and fright.
Time flew by way too fast during my first two years of high school, and this year I am a junior.
This year I am a junior at Birdville High School.
What if you were so passionate about your job that it didn’t feel like work?
The Elementary and Secondary Education Act re-authorized by President Obama’s administration in March 2010 includes revisions aim to have all diploma-earning students properly “college- and career-ready” by the year 2020. This article explains some of the possible meanings of that goal.
I am starting to realize how important this school year will be for me.
As a senior in high school, every time I hear the word “college,” an endless list of worries and anxieties runs through my brain like the final credits to an overstaffed movie.
Encourages teens to think about who they are looking up to
Profiles high school and college students who have started their own businesses
I have a long list of hopes and wishes for the year ahead but I will share only a select few. First and foremost, I anticipate reading more books. I plan to read more since I am determined to go to college for English and Communication Arts. Secondly, I hope to grow taller. I am an inch from being 5 feet tall. Thirdly, I hope to befriend more people in my senior year.
“Teens are sharing more information about themselves on social media sites than they have in the past,” according to a recent Pew Internet research report on Teens, Social Media, and Privacy.
Students are huge targets for identity theft, so protect yourself.
Algunas veces las decisiones no tienen sentido cuando tratas de explicarlas a otras personas, pero eso no quiere decir que sean incorrectas.
Lesson Plan Guide: Advice from the Real Story
Lesson Plan Guide: Decision Making and Time Management
Lesson Plan Guide: Finding Your Passions
Lesson Plan Guide - Identity Theft
Lesson Plan Guide: Passion or Profit
Lesson Plan Guide: Setting Effective Goals
While being optimistic isn’t always easy, adopting a positive attitude can unleash a spiral of success.
How Organized are you really?
Nonverbal communication makes up a significant share of how we understand one another and make ourselves understood.
“Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that’s the stuff that life is made of.” – Benjamin Franklin
Mi plan era ir directo a la universidad después de graduarme.
The best advice I can give my fellow high school students is to be open to change.
Two Student Paths high school contributors share their answers. Now take some time to think about yours.
Looking back on my experience with the college admissions and future planning process, the phrase “hindsight is 20/20” comes to mind.