basketball he played throughout high school and college
At the end of the 16th Century, they had all the math you're likely to have access to throughout elementary school and high school and into college, except for calculus. All of the arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.
Margaret "Mugs" Cleaver was Reagan's sweetheart in high school and throughout college.
well he is more likely to be faceing racism at school then in collage.
The likely word is tuition (payment to a school or college).
no researchers show that teens in high school that are pregnant are to finish high school but not go to college
The likely word is university (school of higher learning, college).
If you had only one B in your freshman year and straight A's throughout high school, it should not affect your chances of getting into a UC college. For more details, you can contact the college.
Those most likely to be interested in college suites are students who do not live near enough the school to attend and also students who are living on campus.
College graduates can receive better jobs, and are likely smarter!!
No, if you can't get in then you are in real trouble. Likely your option will be community college. However, it is an academically challenging school.
That most likely depends on your employer and the job you apply for. Chances are the more prestigious a job you apply for, the more likely it is he/she will check on the high school. In the lower regions of the workforce you will most likely not be checked if you carry a collegedegree.
Military school are generally viewed as quality institutions and the disciplie you learn there will help you throughout life. That being said, getting into a good college depends more on the individual.
If you went to a three-year high school like I did, probably not.
Not likely to happen.
AS, far as I know, they will just send you in a school , if its really necessary, example is a language school or more likely an International school :)
in order for you to get into an ivy league college, you will most definitley need an outstanding commulative GPA, all throughout high school - that being a 4.0 (or possibly a 3.999). to get in to and ivy league school you really do need a great GPA to impress people and so the admit you to the college. the admissions commitee won't be impressed if you have a 3.5 or 3.8 GPA - when college is going to be even harder than high school, and if you can't make a perfect or virtually perfect GPA in high school, then you most likely won't improve your GPA in college, UNLESS you study vigorously and complete all lessons GOOD LUCK!
"i don't know", saids bob She attended Clayfield College here in Brisbane, QLD, Australia for her high school years. Clayfield College is an all girls school from grade 8 upwards located in the suburb of Clayfield. - Jason She went to Clayfield College in Clayfield Brisbane. Clayfield College is actually a prep-12 school but Stephanie only went throughout her high school years.
No. School is hard work and children make it harder.
If you went to a four-year school right after high school, you would likely be in the Class of 1988.
there should alwaise be trust in a relationship...no matter how far one and another is from each other...
Most likely, you can not transfer credit from a community college to a prestigious ivy league school like Harvard or Yale regardless of GPA because they want you to complete four years at their university.
Many high-school students take college courses. But being a full-time college student with no high-school diploma most likely is not allowed by many colleges, if any.
Because they are more likely to interact with more people, e.g. going to School, College, parties/clubbing.
Throughout middle school, high school, college and professional basketball, the backboards are the same size. They are also the same distance off of the floor at 10 feet.