High School v. College
The transition from High School to College, while pleasurable and exciting, can also be very challenging. High School and College are both educational grounds for a student to receive the knowledge they will need later on. Both places are full of experiences and filled with numerous memories. An individual graduates from High School and again in College with a degree. Also, both play an important role in preparing a person into a member of a society. With many differences there are certain similarities as well. They are both preparation tools for life; yet, one is easier in time management while another is perhaps easier in getting the education without any melodrama.
High school students know that there are differences between high school and college, but sometimes what they think is not how it is. It is necessary than anyone under the age of eighteen is to attend High School. There is a time schedule that the student must go by, day-after-day and class-after-class each of those days. There is also a social structure, which is one of those high school downers. It seems the main focus for most high school students is the acceptance that they receive from their peers and not so much of a focus on their school studies. It is the stage of life when a student must come to terms with what they are and who they will become in the next years of their lives. As a result of these concerns, students go through an assortment of dramas, which sometimes swallow a student like a Black Hole from which they cannot escape from. Throughout the year the majority of students wait for the school dances such as Winter Formal and the most important, Prom. A good number of students endure High School just for their Senior Prom and the most important, Graduation. This is where they leave everything behind and don't have to be troubled about High School any longer.
College on the other hand, is a choice if one wants to attend or not. A student...