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I don’t know if it is the fact that I am graduating from high school, or the fact that that it is coming on the last week of August—it’s hard to say. What I do know is that I am graduating and I am excited. I have already had my moments of despair and despair are now over. I’ve been able to make a difference in my life and I’m looking forward to the next chapter.

I hope too. But I also know that I have been and I still am far from perfect. I am no longer content to just be this person who I was before high school and I can’t wait to see what the next phase is like.

As graduation approaches, the news is already breaking that this year’s graduating class is the least academically successful class in the school’s history. In fact, this is the first year that graduation rates have dipped below the national average, with many students reporting that they feel like they’re only half-way through high school.

While these graduation rates are alarming, they do explain why the majority of high school seniors are taking college-prep courses, instead of taking a class that teaches them the skills they need to succeed in college. As a result, the number of students taking college-prep courses is up from last year.

This is an example of the “college-prep crisis.” Many high school seniors are enrolling in college-prep classes instead of taking classes that will propel them towards their college degrees. In fact, I know of one high school senior who is taking a class that is specifically designed to prepare him for the real world. He’s also spending his time studying things like astronomy. Why? Because he thinks college is something that he has to figure out on his own.

But why should I take a class that will prepare me for college and college-prep? Because I have to take that class. I don’t have time to study and I don’t have time to prepare for college. I have a job that pays me to put in study time after work. That’s it.

I have to take this class because it’s the only one that will give me a certificate that I am actually graduating from college. I want to take one of the required classes for my certification but I don’t want to be the one who has to take the class. I want people to take the class because its a way to show I’ve done my homework, and I want to be the one who is in the class.

You’d think that the first thing a person would want to do upon graduating from college is take a class that will help them prove to the world that they are ready to take on more responsibility and do a better job. Not to mention, you don’t want to be the one who is the one to have to take the next class.

I would imagine taking a class like English would be just as much a necessity as taking a class in music. As for the classes themselves, I think there are three classes to take: English, Math or Biology. I dont know if I would take either of the first two if I had a choice. The only thing I would really like to take is art, and that would depend on my life.

The only thing I have a problem with is taking Biology. I guess I thought that since I was such a good student in school that I would be able to do well in a class like that. But what I found is that I was just as likely to be a fail as I was to be a success. And even when I did get into the right class, I was still an average student.

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