Posted: September 18, 2019 | Category:
Once they enter middle school, students begin facing increasingly difficult decisions in both their academic and personal lives. In sixth grade, they begin to build a track record of their grades and accomplishments that will help them get accepted to their chosen high school or gain more options for quality secondary schools. As pre-adolescents, students begin to develop deeper feelings of attachment to friends and feel a stronger need to be part of a group and be accepted. If students don’t get a good grasp of what they value in their lives, they could easily make poor decisions that they will regret later on.