NCHS teachers and college

Grace Patrick

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Students at NCHS will soon be out of school and some students will decide to go to college and others won’t go to college. But for the ones who are going to go to college should read this. I sent out a survey to our fellow teachers at NCHS and I got quite a few responses back.

Where did the teachers at NCHS go to college? Well, nearly 40% of teachers at NCHS went to Ball State University. Over 10% of teachers at NCHS went to Indiana University. Over 5% of teachers at NCHS went to Purdue University. Nearly 4% of teachers at NCHS went to Anderson University. Almost 5% of teachers at NCHS went to Troy University. Nearly 4% of teachers at NCHS went to Butler University. Exactly 5% of teachers at NCHS went to Indiana Wesleyan. About 4% of teachers at NCHS went to University of Indianapolis. Only 2% of teachers at NCHS went to Kansas State University, Manchester, Ivy Tech, Western Governors University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Grand Canyon University, MidAmerica Nazarene University, Milligan College, Earlham, Northwood Institute, IUPUI, Western Kentucky University, and Albion College.

What kind of degrees did teachers at NCHS receive? Over 60% of teachers at NCHS received their bachelor’s degree. Nearly 30 % of teachers at NCHS received their masters degree. Only 2% of teacher at NCHS recieved their elementary education, a minor, an associates degree, and are continuing their studies.

Did teachers at NCHS live on-campus or off-campus? Over 30% of teachers at NCHS lived off-campus. Over 20% of teachers at NCHS lived on-campus. Over 30% of teachers at NCHS lived on-campus and off-campus.

I received some advice that teachers at NCHS gave the students. Sharri Lund, a teacher at NCHS, stated “Ask for help!!! Go to all the extra study sessions. Don’t skip class just because you can, because you really can’t.”

Another teacher, Kelly Gant, stated “In college, you are so busy with work and school that it is hard to realize you are having fun. In reality, it is an amazing time in life. Don’t worry about sleep. Just focus on your goals! You can sleep when you are 30.”

Teacher Chris Dicken stated, “Go to class! Find YOUR learning style or best study method, if you haven’t done that yet. Keep a calendar and schedule, creating a pattern that works–and don’t alter it! You get a lot of freedom and that can fool the college freshman, until it comes time for grades.”

This may or may not help students at NCHS who are wanting to go to college. But either way we got to know our fellow teachers at NCHS.

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