Where did Chris Park aka Abyss go to high school and college?
Chris went to High School at Cleveland St Joseph and college at Ohio University
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Below are opinions from WikiAnswers contributors. . Well, first if you know the college you want to go to, go to their web page and look at their requirements. That will tell you what exact classes they want you to have. All colleges are different. The basic classes that colleges like to see are,… chemistry, high algebra, trigonometry, a repeat class like biology 1 and biology 2 (don't switch classes), and at least two years of a foreign language would be good, too. Don't forget to get some community service hours, and some after school clubs. They love that stuff. . Take all the basics, math, science, English and history. Depending on your choice of major, you might even take a couple more classes than listed above, like some calculus classes. Get involved with the school as well, join a club or two. They really do love that stuff. . There is usually a section on the application where you can check all the clubs you've joined and activities you've been in. They'll want to know if you lettered, were on the student council or if you did marching band. Even if you aren't on a varsity team, joining a sport helps. It shows your dedication and shows that you are more than just a brain. They do want smart people, but it is more impressive if you do more than just schoolwork. . Most schools want to get as many diverse people into their schools. So the more you're good at (or not good at but do anyways), they better chance you'll have. . And try to get at least a 3.0 for your GPA, if not higher. That'll help too! . If you are looking to get into a competitive private school, such as an ivy league or the next best thing, you should take the most rigorous curriculum your school offers. You may also want to enroll in post secondary options if you can. But don't take this at the risk of ruining your GPA. Some college classes can be difficult and a C or D in those classes will not look good regardless of the level of difficulty. Most importantly, don't slack off your senior year. Continue to take core classes (science, history, English, math) and continue in foreign language studies. ( Full Answer )
High School starts at grade 9, so you would be 14 or 15 yearsold. High school lasts for 4 years. So usually at around 18 yearsold you go to college, which is the same as a university. You cango to college for 2, 4, 6 or 8 years.
Well it depends on whether you mean world-wide, or in English speaking countries or what? However here is some data that I found in the John.J.Macionis Sociology Textbook 7th edition: 12.4% of English speaking high-school students go to college 16.4% of French 27.3% of Chinese 27.8% of Japa…nese ( Full Answer )
Graduation Certificate... . I want to go to college but I have a graduation certificate. Can I get a job with a certificate.
Essex High School in Tappahanock Virginia Chris Brown got Pulled out for Public School When he was 16 Years Old 2005
Answer . It must be possible because Nathan Freudenthal Leopold, Jr. had already finished college when the infamous Leopold and Loeb murder took place-- The Crime of the Century --and he was only 19 years old.
Yes, however whether or not a particular college will accept you will depend on that college's admissions requirements. Many times you will need to start at a community college first. Contrary to popular belief, even many 4 year colleges do not actually require completion of High School in order to …enter, they do however review your coursework in order to make sure that you have taken certain courses and passed them at a certain level. This is because the requirements for achieving a High School Diploma are not uniform across all schools and rarely match up with the requirements for entering college. ( Full Answer )
The main one is that you can get your education and start on a trade before life takes over. Life being marriage, kids and so on. Another advantage, maybe one that was true more in the past, is that you are not used to having much money and so you can adapt to life at school more easily.
Answer . It's not necessarily important to have a college degree. There are good paying careers that don't require one. The main issue that most people see is because of the money you can acquire. College degrees allow you to be paid a higher salary (and differential in each level of degree) in c…omparison to a High School diploma. Medical careers can pay up to $300,000. Another thing is the prestige you gain from having a degree. People will find you intelligent and persevering in goals. Lastly, you have the confidence that you pushed for something so important. To know you went ahead of other people in life by obtaining a degree, and the hard work that was required in getting it, can be a very satisying thing. ( Full Answer )
yes, and she graduated and got her diploma, all prior to the bus incident that we all know her by today.
Derek Jeter attended Kalamazoo Central High for all 4 years. . Derek Jeter graduated high school in 1992. Although he received a baseball scholarship to attend the University of Michigan, he attended only one semester after he was drafted by the Yankees with the 6th pick overall of the 1992 amateur… draft. Derek played four years in the minors and made his Major League debut on May 29, 1995. ( Full Answer )
Which high school doesn't have a huge affect on the college, but how you did in high school will certainly affect your ability to get accepted in many schools.
Yes ... a Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate. One or the other is going to be required for many things we do in life.
For the source and detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section (U.S. Census Bureau) indicated below. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "In October 2010, 68.1 percent of 2010 high school graduates were enrolled in colleges or universities." 60% of… these are in 4-year institutions. ( Full Answer )
He first attended Occidental College in Los Angeles, transferred to Columbia University in New York and graduated from there in 1983. He worked for a while and then attended law school at Harvard University, graduating in 1991.
muhammad ali went to college at saniyal college and he went to ray high school
of course it is you probably wont get into any decent college if you don't complete college with at least a 2.5 GPA
In October 2009, 70.1 percent of 2009 high school graduates were enrolled in colleges or universities, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
First of all, you need spelling & grammar lessons, secondly just look it up on a search engine
Some local community colleges partner with high schools to offer "Dual Enrollment." Check with your high school guidance counselor or with the student services office of your local community college.
There are some colleges that have programs for high school students. Some may be referred to as Head Start, or Bridge programs. However, there are specific entrance requirements. You should check with the guidance office at the school you are attending for possible options.
No. Colleges don't look for diplomas....they look for your high school transcripts and GPA while attending. If your GPA is high enough and you have completed high school, then you are able to apply for college.
Depending on the requirements of your state and community college, YES you can go to college. In California if you take the college entry test and pass they will allow you to go without requiring a GED or High School Diploma. Keep in mind though, without a GED or Diploma you won't be eligible for fi…nancial aid. ( Full Answer )
The actor Chris Cooper graduated from Southwest High School in 1969. Southwest High School closed down in 1998 and reopened in 1999 as Southwest Charter School. Southwest High School is located in the Kansas City, Missouri School District.
You can still go to college if you get your GED or diploma. At a minimum, most colleges require a GED or diploma to attend. Many require SAT or ACT scores.
community colleges will usually accept students even if they have yet to complete high school and are not currently attending, universities however are different.
Many will let you in once you reach a certain age; it is one of the options for the requirement of entry in some places. Community colleges in your area may also admit you. In addition, if you are still of high school age and can score well on the SAT or ACT, you may qualify for an early entra…nce program. These are offered by many different colleges and universities, from Shimer College to the University of Washington. ( Full Answer )
In the united states you need either a high school diploma or a GED to get into a college. Accredited high school diploma are accepted by most colleges in the United States. However, a high school diploma alone is not the guarantee of admission. Each university and college has their own selection cr…iteria. ( Full Answer )
Probably not. It's a big part of your education, it's where you choose the path you will take for the rest of your life. Some people have but that is very rare. --------- Yes you can (sorry to the posts above.. but they are wrong). You don't have to go to high school you just need a high sc…hool diploma. Getting a GED qualifies you for that. Though I will admit it will be harder to get into college that way but there are schools that are willing to take in any students. If you just want to escape from high school because to some people high school is a horribly immature place, there is always community college. I have a friend who, instead of going to high school because she was bullied, just got homeschooled and in her last years of high school went to community college. If you go through community college this will not only look more impressive in a way (because you are taking college level courses) it will also transfer so when you do transfer to a better college. Some community colleges have programs with local high schools that will just allow you to complete your high school credits in community college instead. This allows you to escape high school and also get a high school diploma plus some transfer credits. All the men in my family have learned more out of school in a week than any school can teach in a year. When I applied for my current job there were 5 other applicants with degrees that made them perfectly educated for the position. I had a bachelors in administration. The perfect degrees for my job would have been general physics, theoretic physics, mechanical engineering, computer engineering, and electrical engineering. I have a high paying job with a degree that has nothing to do with my job. ( Full Answer )
Students will follow a variety of career paths particular to their personal overall career goals and objectives. While very beneficial, not all careers require a college degree. Some students will enter the military, some will take up a trade (Electrician, plumber, etc.), while others in any number …of other fields. Still, having a college degree will open many doors of opportunity and should be considered regardless of occupation. ( Full Answer )
yeah he does he goes all the time on Fridays and Saturdays around 10 or 10:30 for some fresh air
He went to marine park jr high located in Brooklyn N.Y Then he went to James Madison high... Wikipedia!
He went to Montclair College Prep in Van Nuys, California. He did't go to college
The advantages of going to college straight from high school are that the student will not have time to lose his or her motivation for studying, him or her will not lose time in pursuing a degree and the chance of the student not going to college at all is at a minimal because usually more time of…f = less motivation. Disadvantages are that some time off may be beneficial to some students who do not know what they want to go to college for; this time can be used for job shadowing and research on majors and careers. Having a clear plan going into college can save money because it helps the student graduate in a timely manner through better planning. Also, students who do not have adequate funds to pay for college can help lessen the burden of working and going to school at the same time by saving up some money first. ( Full Answer )
Actually it does. In a private college you learn about Jesus where in a public college you don't.
To become a pediatrician one would have to graduate highschool and then attend college for four years, go to four years of medical school, be an intern for one year, complete a two year residency, and then take an exam.
He attended Kalamazoo Central High School from '88-'92. Then he passed on a scholarship from University of Michigan, and was drafted by the Yankees 6th overall. He ended up going to University of Michigan for a semester after his first minor league year in '92, but did not play baseball there.
That depends on your total G.P.A., also known as your Grade Point Average that is the total average you achieved in High School. If you only had one D most Universities will overlook it. If you have a D average then I would go to a Junior College to get your average up to at least 2.8-3.0 Then I w…ould apply ( Full Answer )
he went to Klein Oak high school, which is actually where i go to school lol
You don't have to go to college after high school if you don't want to but it is better if you do.
you need to be smart and have good grades to chose your own college. hope this helped 1 ;)
yes you can my brother Anthony can he goes to college and high school so yeah its possible.
You need better education to get a decent job. Without a college education, it's very hard to get a very good salary. Just getting an associates degree will increase your income. Furthermore, nowadays with a shortage of jobs, companies are much more likely to hire you if you have a college education… than if you do not, even if the degree has nothing to do with what they're hiring you for. The degree shows that you're willing to put in the work necessary to accomplish something. So, going to college after high school will help whether you use the stuff you learn or not. ( Full Answer )
Yes he went to high school( I'm not sure which one) but he graduated at age 15 and went to Morehouse,Boston and the Crozer seminar for college.
Because the Italian Alessandro Volta lived around the late 17-1800's it seems as if formal education was not required or expected of men. Although Volta was a professor of experimental physics at the University of Pavia for 25 years, I assume he had the equivalent of a college education.
You can but it would be harder to get in college as you dropped High School and don't have any qualifications.
I know your looking for an actual answer, but it is hard for anyone to reccomend a college without knowing what you want to go to college for, and how much your willing to pay
Hi! I'm Doing A Research On Denmark Right Now.. And Actually, The Children That Attend School There, Have To Be 15-16, Or Younger.. And That's Required.. But 82% Of Them Went On To Get More Education, And Basically That Includes College, And The Universities In Denmark..
Vets must go to high school, college, and receive a degree from a School of Veterinary Medicine after completing their undergraduate degree.
In general, four years each of math, English, science and social studies. A foreign language would also be helpful.