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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

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Some students just don't realize the importance of earning good grades in high school, which is probably why they don't focus on their studies. Another reason, as you pointed out, was where children are distracted by too much games, TV, and music.

I live in a community where high-expectations are well established. (City of Walnut) The competition here is fierce and students battle for that 4.0 grade point avg. Sometimes a B or C would be considered way below subpar. Thank goodness I had peers and parents pushing me to do well in HS, so that I could be prepared for college.

Yeah, we considered moving to Walnut because of the good schools there.

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