High school graduation is coming up in just a few weeks, and you’re probably wondering if you’re ready.
The answer is, yes and no.
First, there’s the issue of high school attendance.
If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you probably know that my school attendance is very high, and I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t tempted to be in a hurry.
The fact that my friends are at my school, however, has been the highlight of my high school year, so it’s easy to forget that this isn’t a given.
But if you don’t have any friends, your chances of attending college are much better than most.
Second, high school graduation rates are notoriously difficult to predict, and there are a lot of factors that contribute to the discrepancy between the actual attendance rates at your high school and those of the rest of the state.
While the state of Ohio currently has the third-highest graduation rate among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, that number only reflects the rate at which Ohioans graduated from high school.
There are a whole lot of variables that contribute toward these statistics.
The graduation rate varies by age, race, income, and ethnicity.
Some factors are even more important than others.
One of the most difficult factors is how you compare yourself to others.
A lot of the students I know that have a high graduation rate are also students that have never been to college.
So when they go to college, they tend to think that the only thing that matters is whether they graduate high school or not.
That’s why it’s important to make sure that you are comparing yourself to other students, too.
It’s also important to realize that high school is only the beginning of a long, rewarding and rewarding life.
That’s why you should have the right to earn and earn well.
You can read more about graduation rates in my article on high school tuition.