High School and College Students

Chris Baillou
10/11/12
Essay # 2
High School and College Students
A good education is an important part of one’s life. To achieve a good education, one should attend both high school and college. Although some people think a high school student has a lot in common with college students. After a student graduate from high school, it’s good to enroll into college to be become a better student and notice that there are many differences between them. A few of these differences include the attitude and responsibilities of the teachers and students and the amount of work given to the students.
To begin with, there are many ways in which the attitudes of the teachers in high school students differ from the attitudes of the teachers in college towards other students. In high school teachers seemed to be stricter, rude, and have more rules for the high school students to follow. The teachers were also responsible for making sure each student from high school obeyed these rules to the fullest extent and carried out disciplinary actions for those who did not obey them because for high school students it’s mandatory to pass. One example in which a teacher has taken on a disciplinary action was when a high school student was tardy or skipped their scheduled they will get caught and send them straight to detention or principal office. In college, student’s professors wouldn’t care if the students skip class or being tardy because it’s not like they send you to the office they will just drop you or give you a zero for the missing assignments with no make-up work.
Next, High school and college students are alike in some ways but different. They are similar because you still have to go to class, do class work, homework, take exams, quizzes, and study hard. They are different in such ways because for college students you can have cell phones in class, walk out of class without asking and wear anything to class. It was times when there was no eating or drinking.