Essay on High School and Four-year College
Faculty often discouraged students to have curriculum that they deem to competitive. Red Bluff High is the only local public school in the area. The teacher to student ratio is about a 30 students to one teacher. Too many of the students are dropping out well before high school graduation. As students you learn other subjects from the same teacher. For example, the football coach is also your history teacher. College admission to junior college is recommended. The school is lacking a foreign language department. Our school …show more content…
My counselors encouraged me to take college prep classes as well as AP classes. I would rank it about a 5 because they would like to see more students from Red Bluff High School to attend UC’s or other four-year colleges. 4. How much did your family encourage or help you to prepare for a four-year college? Please rank from 1 to 5, where 1 = Not At All, and 5 = Very Much. Please explain
My family encouraged me tremendously to help me prepare for a four-year college. I rank their encouragement a 5. I was always told that I should go to a four –year. Both of my parents care about my future. In matters concerning academics and college search, however, they cannot help me. My parents barely speak any English and no knowledge about the college application process. 5. Are any of your friends applying to a four-year college or university? How much did your friends influence your decision to apply to a four-year college or university?
My goal has always been to attend a university. When I was in middle school in Re Bluff, I aspired to pursue a Masters. Some of my friends are applying to a university. My friends did not really influence my decision into applying to a four-year college because I knew I was going to apply to a university. Instead of having my friends influence my decision to apply to a university, it was I who influenced and successfully convinced my friends to purse to