The eighth grade is the highest graduation rate of all. Of course there are a number of factors which go into graduation rates, but for the sake of discussion lets assume that eighth grade graduation rates are high. And if you are graduating from eighth grade, congratulations on your decision to become a full-fledged human being! You will be entering the world as one of a kind, and you will have all the opportunities in the world. You will also enter into adulthood with a strong sense of self-worth, responsibility, and an education which will serve you well throughout your lifetime.
Now that you have entered into this world, it is up to you to live up to your potential and become the best that you can possibly be. Although this will most likely be a rough and bumpy ride, don’t let this deter you. The eighth grade is a transition into adulthood, and each year you should strive to become better and stronger than the last. The first few years at school are the easiest years to control your destiny by taking responsibility for your actions and decisions. While it’s hard to do this when your parents are constantly telling you that you’re not good enough, you should resist listening to their advice and try instead to focus on your own performance.
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If your personal graduation rate continues to remain at or above the rate of your peers, you should feel good about yourself, and have little motivation to work towards any higher grades. If your tenth grade and beyond remains an unreachable goal, think of graduation as a natural progression in your life. Graduation should be a celebration of your independence, and the end of one chapter in your life. If you find yourself moving into a new chapter each year in your education, remember that you’ve always been prepared for this occasion, and with a little motivation from your peers, you should have no trouble passing your exams and graduating on the day of your graduation.