Student, Byron Nelson High School, Class of 2017,
A self-competitive, ambitious, naturally intelligent and creative student should be the kind of student to go to any high school.
Any effective worker functions like someone who is starving- someone who needs what they're working for- someone who desperately and actively seeks self improvement and uses an eclectic mass off resources and whatever tools on hand to achieve their goal or assignment. The perfect student is the one who thinks of nothing but school. They're boring. They are absolutely horrible socialites- but amazing essay writers and masterful mathematicians. They are who is afraid of making a mistake, and takes special care in each step not to overthink or under-think the task at hand.
This student is a varsity athlete, a student counsel member, and forthright with whatever they do.
The student who should go to my school is the person I hate and envy for their success. They inspire me to become someone better than even they are. They are person who not only performs at a perfect level, but constantly improves themselves by inventing new methods and technologies to make themselves a more efficient student.
But they also understand why they are performing at such a caliber. They have a goal in mind. They think of nothing but that goal. They know their purpose, their niche, in this ecosystem of a school.
This student would understand the struggle of the individual. They would understand themselves more and more each day, and be thinking ahead with how they should be better.
They listen to you when you say something to them. They respond whole heartedly. They hold no grudges. They don't impose on others about their greatness, but educate others on how to become their better selves, without sounding rude or pretentious. They are healthily self-conscious and graceful.
They improve themselves and the people around them, inspiring them to do the same. They procure happiness and satisfaction in others and within themselves. They accomplish their goal, and make new ones with their growing interests and opportunities.
They are who we all wish to be and all adults wish they had been.