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    In high school still.

    Programming team
    Web team
    Math tutoring
    AV crew
    (American) Football
    Rugby
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    back in highschool (good times)

    i was a member of:
    football
    wrestling
    smokers
    drinkers

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    back in high school:

    National Honor Society
    Latin Honor Society
    Computer Club
    Chamber Choir
    Tae Kwon Do
    Boy Scouts

    now in college:

    Tae Kwon Do
    Vietnamese Club
    Chinese Club
    ACM
    Choir

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    in high school:

    fbla
    mock trial

    pretty active in both

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    Band
    Choir
    Track (Pole Vault )
    Boy Scouts

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    i'm teaching C++ at my high school, because they got rid of it and replaced it with damn java

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    >>i'm teaching C++ at my high school,

    why do I find that hard to believe? are you meaning to tell us that a high school student is teaching a highscholl c++ class?

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    I'm in Highschool. I currently participate in:

    FBLA and regional officer
    Science Club
    Junior Class Council
    Elementary School Tutoring
    Community Service mostly with senior citizens
    Intramurals

    When I was a sophmore/freshman, I did soccer, wrestling, and lifted with the football team. But sports became too competitive aka. no fun. Guitar club was also short-lived.

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    why do I find that hard to believe? are you meaning to tell us that a high school student is teaching a highscholl c++ class?
    why is that so hard to believe?

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    Originally posted by axon
    why do I find that hard to believe? are you meaning to tell us that a high school student is teaching a highscholl c++ class?
    is it harder to believe that a high school student was teaching a high school teacher c++ so she could teach her classes c++?

    and is it hard to believe that a 2nd semester college student constantly finds better ways of coding than his teacher?
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    Its hard to believe because every school I know of requires a teaching certificate to teach highschool and below.
    Now teaching other students outside of school hours or during a club meeting is something else.

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    oh, I get where you're comming from... nevermind... yeah... I see your point...
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    Marching Band
    Concert Band
    Programming Team
    FIRST Robotics Team 547 (Team FEAR)
    Beta Club
    Boy Scouts
    Order of the Arrow
    A band (not school band, a rock band)
    Drama Club

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    wow, guess i shoulda clarified myself, I teach C++ at my school every wednesday from 3:30-4:30 and have been doing it as a "school function" since last December. In the 10 or 12 meetings we've had so far, i've taught people who basically knew nothing about C++ everything from basic coding practises to for loops, while loops, conditionals, and using/creating functions (at least the basics)

    So yah, it's not an actual school class during the day, it's basically a "group" i just don't like calling it that

    if you want proof, you can see some of the notes i post on my site for the class at my website:

    TheJeffFiles.com

    and just go to the message board there. It's in the C++ group board

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