High School Student Report – The 5 Barriers to Success in School

I put together this report for any teen about to start high school or is already a freshman or sophomore having a hard time at school and how with a few simple steps you can break down the barriers that may be holding you back.

This report has come from my personal experiences combined with years of research and working with people to become more successful in both business and in their personal lives by tailoring a lifestyle plan that fits their needs. This report will provide you with some of the tools you need to become more effective and successful in high school.

Below I have listed the common barriers faced by high school students and then a suggested solution for each:

Barrier #1: Not setting your school’s short- and long-term goals for each semester and on an annual basis to track your progress.

Solution: Ask yourself what you want to achieve each quarter, then ask your parents and school consuls what you need to do to reach that goal. Look at the entire school year and repeat the process again.

Barrier #2: Lack of organization, not knowing what to do and when to do it.

The solution: Set up project timelines, post them on a calendar, and follow them up with a daily to-do list. I would be lost without my online calendar and so-called mind mapping software for larger projects. There are a number of them online, I use google calendar and a program called x-mind, I suggest looking at more than one and then deciding which one is right for you.

Barrier #3: Fear of asking questions, because people might think you’re not smart.

Solution: No, I repeat, never think that it is stupid or stupid to ask any question or ask for clarification on a topic, this was a huge handicap for me and as I became more confident in asking questions it became easier and more I learned.

Barrier #4: I feel like I don’t belong.

Solution: Find other teens with similar interests in school studies, hobbies, and sports. When you can share similar activities with others, you will be amazed at the doors that open long lasting friendships for you.

Barrier #5: There is too much to do and not enough time to have fun.

The solution: take the time! Manage your calendar and set aside time each day for “me” time even if it’s only for an hour or two. If that doesn’t work, ask your parents or at school for help, you may need to cut back on one activity that will open up the free time everyone needs.

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