Transition from Middle School to High School

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The transition from middle school to high school is sometimes a very difficult experience for young teenagers. In their freshman year of high school, students’ grades may drop, their attendance might go down, or they might just have trouble focusing in school. High school may be a nightmare for some students or a very mind-blowing adventure for others. The manner in which students approach high school will determine whether or not they will be successful. Associating with good people, participating in extracurricular activities, managing your time, reading books and different articles, and most importantly studying and working hard, are all important qualities that a middle school student needs to make a smooth and successful transition from middle school to high school.

It is very important for students to have a social life in high school, but it is also important that they choose their friends wisely. Hanging out with the wrong type of people can really lead a student astray. Good friends can challenge you to be a better person or even give you confidence to try new things. A student in high school needs to have friends that can be trusted and help them if they need something. Spending time with bad people will cause students to not pay attention to school as much and make bad decisions, which will result in many different consequences. A student’s social very much affects the student’s performance in school.

Participating in extracurricular activities, but also managing your time properly, is a very important quality that all high school students should have. Participation in extracurricular activities can help students gain experience and many different types of skills. Many extracurricular activities teach students how to be leaders, and they may even help students discover hidden talents. It will also help a student to make friends who share their same interests. Colleges also look at the various extracurricular activities that a student...
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