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It is of utmost importance for a student in todays society to attend a college of some sort Many companies and major contenders in todays world will not consider hiring a person lacking a college education A vast majority of the students graduating high school every year lack the funds necessary to attend college Many of these students apply for scholarships so they can receive their college education Some students are more deserving than others are I am one of those students who deserve a college scholarship School is a tough obstacle to overcome but I am conquering it remarkably well For the last four years of high school I have been ranked in the top 10 of my graduating class I am a member of the TAG Talented and Gifted class at Lafayette High School Only a select few are chosen from the school to be in this advanced English class I have excelled in every subject area particularly science I have never received a grade lower than an A- in any science course I have taken I have taken eight science courses are Lafayette High School all of which are on the honors level My composite ACT score is 28 which ranks me in the 93rd percentile My peak score on the ACT was my reading in which I scored a 30 Finances can be an important factor in deciding which college a student attends or whether they can attend college at all I have held a job for three years of my high school career but I have not been able to start any type of college savings My mother will not be able to able to aid me with my college expenses because she has expenses of her own My father has not paid child support since my parents divorced 16 years ago I do not see him helping me through college The only real form of income
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