Everyone manages their own struggles in life and finds their own path to handle them. For some, this means leaving school to pursue other opportunities.
High school can cause people to feel many emotions, including anxiety, intimidation, or fear. Callie experienced these feelings and felt that there had to be another option.
Everyone experiences high school a little differently. Some students feel overwhelmed, some students feel like they don’t belong, and other students have a lack of interest. Growing up in Kilbride provided other opportunities for Kevin.
Leaving high school is never an easy decision. There are so many factors to consider, including family, emotional capabilities, and work commitments. Growing up in a small town on the west coast of Newfoundland, Jennifer certainly faced the realities of life.
The decision to leave high school is different for every person and we can’t always understand why someone chooses another path in life. With her experience growing up in a small town, Anne Marie shares some reasons that came to her mind.
High school proved to be difficult to Elaine, just like many others. The decision to leave high school to make money and pay bills felt like the right thing to do at the time.
Michelle didn’t let her learning disabilities slow her down. She knew that with the right support she’d be ready to take on the challenge of high school again.
Teachers made all the difference. “They want to see you succeed,” says Cameron. “They’re honestly there for you and they’re really good people.”
Hayley’s future is bright Taking that ‘first step’ paid off for Hayley. Through her own hard work and determination and
On the first day of Michelle’s journey to finish high school as an adult, she was overwhelmed with feelings about her past…