The Life of a High School and College Student
Ashford University- English Composition I
April 4, 2011
High school and College has a major influence on one’s life. Everyone has their own personal opinion when they think of school. There are some that enjoy waking up going to class and, on the other hand, there are some who dislike walking through the doors of a school territory. Years from now understanding how important earning a high school diploma and a college degree will be very beneficial you will learn new materials as well as lessons and be tested on those lectures. Homework is given, test are taken and grades are earned semester after semester. If considering a good education one should attend both high school and college. High school also known as junior college and college both consist of getting an education and are very challenging. The advantages in high school are extremely greater than college. The many ways that high school and college differ includes balancing the social life, the changes of the academic rules, responsibilities of the choices that are made, and attendance policy. Balancing and trying to maintain your social life along with your academics could be difficult at times. Both being place on the center of your hands at the same time could be overwhelming. Young people who are still living in the same household with their parents going to high school is mandatory and usually free. Despite that it is mandatory in some ways being a high school student could be a little less manageable than a college student. In junior college you spend7 hours a day 5 days a week in the same classroom along with about 25 other students having your school day being structured by others. In high school turning in late work is 80% of the time acceptable for example, the oldest excuses that has been use for years such as “I left my homework at home or I forgot it in my locker” most of the time works. Most teachers’ will go...
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