If You Can Survive High School, You Can Survive Anything!

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AuthorHouse, Aug 17, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 116 pages
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High School, the best years of your life. . .? For some, this may be true. But for others, the high school years may be the most challenging years of one’s life. Teens need to prepare for the many challenges they may encounter in high school. With the proper support, teens can turn negative high school experiences into positive learning experiences. By remaining true to themselves, they can avoid involvement in unhealthy relationships. And by gaining insight to their senior year, they can prepare academically for a successful future.

 

Because teens generally think adults are clueless, this book is full of suggestions, advice, and survival tips from the experts - Graduating Seniors from the Northwest High School Class of 2008.

 

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Contents

If you couCdrepeat high schooC
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How did you turn a negative high
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What advice do you have
35
lYhat do you wish you had known
41
Survey Summary
49
JA CounseCors Advice
53
MusicalTributes
81
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Trish Long has a Bachelor's Degree in Education with certification in Social and Emotional Behavioral Disorders, Learning Disabilities, and Elementary Education. She has a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction and a Master's Degree in School Counseling. Trish's 23-year teaching career included students from kindergarten to graduate school who came from a wide variety of abilities and socio-economic backgrounds. Her 11-year counseling career focused solely on high school students. In addition to advocating for children, Trish actively advocates for all animals, particularly those confined inhumanely in factory farms, puppy mills, and experimental laboratories. Trish and her loving husband live with their four dogs and two cats. She shares a beautiful relationship with her own mother and daughter and feels blessed to be part of a large, peaceful family.

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