They Are Not Poles Apart

As I know, students in high school  and students in campus have a lot of things in common. Both students in high school and students in campus study to get knowledge and further information to sharpen their skills.  Taking  obligation is not only for students in high school, but also for students in campus. Having extra-curricular is not only for students in high school, but also for students in campus.

Despite the fact that there are kinds of extra-curricular in high school than in campus. For example dancing, drawing, sports, Paskibra, and an organization of mosque’s teenager.  Several students in campus choose to spend time with their friends, are the same as students in high school.  They like to hang out in malls, cafes, cinemas, gyms, or clubs.  Several students in campus try making money by being private-teachers or another job related to their skills.

So, whereas the most students enjoy the luxury of having fun, some of them have to juggle their jobs and studies. But, most students do the activities only at home with their family on week-end.

In brief, the lifestyle of students in high school and students in campus, though not identical, are not poles apart.

 

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