My name is Trey Sanders and I am a senior at Riverdale High school. My high school experience his been great to me. I feel like that I have grown a lot and became wiser being at Riverdale. In being here one of the most important things that I have learned that I am the sum total of my decsions and that I have to look out for my best intrest. Majority of my teachers have helped me realize these things. High school has helped me in my maturation process in making the decisions I make for me.


Trey A. Sanders

1543 East Lake, Riverdale, GA, 30274

Home: 770-555-5555



Objective: Seeking an internship in Athletic training to expand my knowledge in this field


Education: Riverdale High School               Riverdale, GA

2009-Present                             Anticipated Graduation Year: 2014

3.53 GPA, ranked in the top 25% of my graduating class

Honor roll student throughout High School

Marketing Principles

AP Macroeconomics

Adv. Weight Training


Volunteer Experience

and Extracurricular

Activities :

  • Football Skills camp Mercer University(Summer of 2013)
  • Riverdale High School Basketball Team(October 2009-March 2014)
  • Riverdale High School Football Team (August 2009-November2013)
  • Football Skills camp Garderner-Webb University(Summer of 2013)
  • Football Skills camp Coastal Carolina University(Summer of 2013)
  • Football Skills camp Clarke Atlanta University(Summer of 2013)
  • NUC Football Skills camp(Summer of 2011 and 2012)
  • MVP Football Skills camp(Summer of 2012 and 2013)
  • Hosea Feed the Hungry(Winter of 2012)
  • Volunteered at a Back 2 School Program(Summer 2013)

References: References are available upon request

Career Essay

After Leaving High School I plan to attend Campbell University on a full ride academic scholarship. I am going to play football their and major in sports medicine. I plan on becoming either a personal trainer or a physical therapist for a professional sports team specifically in football or basketball.  I have to have career dealing with sports and I feel like this is the best outlet for me. Playing football should help me out, because I can see first hand on how some of the things are done. Also in order to become one of these people I know I have to look the part and show my future clients that I am healthy.

First, I should be able to understand human anatomy. Right now I my senior year I have been taking the class Human Anatomy to help me get and understanding of the body. It is very important for me to understand how my client body works so I can be able to see what type of exercises they are capable of doing so they can stay safe, get fit, and avoid injuries. So far in Human Anatomy I have learned how the body works and why the body does certain things at certain times, depending on what the person is doing.

Second, while attending Campbell I have decided that in order to become a physical trainer I would have to take some type of class that is dealing with leadership. In order to be a good personal trainer you will have to be inspiring and trustworthy. You must get your client to buy in to what you are doing, because they feel that what you are doing is the right thing. Some of the exercises you do with them can cause pain and even make them cry a little so it is up to you to keep them lifted and get them to think positive.

Third, I need to find a place where I can be certified. You must be certified in CPR and AED, and should have majored in something like sports medicine or exercise science In college. I know that it will cost me about $400-$800 dollars to go through the program but that is a price I am willing to pay. There are also state diploma schools, which will give you hands-on experience and classroom education.

Next, I would need a specialty in what my training would be, Some examples are with children, special needs, people recovering from injuries, sports teams, and many more. You can not be the same as another trainer cause there will be nothing that separates you from the other person. I would have to do my own thing so that I can be hired to work somewhere.

Also, I would need to think of the type of job environment I would want to work in. It may benefit me if I gain experience in my field by working in different gyms in roles that don’t require certification. Many gyms hire people without certification as “floor trainers.” Floor trainers can get experience as a trainer and find a gym that’s a good fit before begin building a personal list of clients. Some gyms actually pay for their trainers to receive certification as an incentive for continuing to work there.

Last, my overall goal is to have my own gym or list of clients, but first I would have to work for a gym. Most trainers start their careers working for gyms, even if they know they want to branch off on their own later. Gyms provide the credibility you need when you’re first starting out. They also give you the chance to learn from other personal trainers and get practice working with a steady stream of new clients.


Goals Essay

In preperations for leaving high school it is important that I have goals set in place for me so that I can have a plan in going to college and the real world. It’s good to have a plan and goals in place so that the rode to your dreams will be a smooth ride. There is not a doubt in my mind that the career that I chose is the career that I want to do. I have goals in 5 years, 10 years, and beyond that. I’m fully confident that I can exucute and complete my goals in the certain amount of years that I have given myself to complete. It won’t be easy but I know I can complete them

After High School I plan on attending Campbell University on my full ride scholarship that I got from playing football this past year at Riverdale High School. Really the scholarship is because of the igh GPA I maintained in high school, so I do not have to play football if I don’t want to. However, I plan on playing all four years. At Campbell University I want to maintain at least a 3.5 GPA and depending on how my workout schedule is over the summer I will take summer classes to finish a year ealier. I plan on majoring in Exercise science and getting an intership with one of the trainers apart of the Campbell Uniersity sport teams. Another option I have is if my football talents get notice by the NFL I will try and test my luck in the NFL draft and see if I can make the 53 man roster of a professional football team after I finish college.

10 years from now I plan on being a full time trainer for a gym, high school, or college sports team. Preferablly for a football or basketball team, because I have the most knowledge of those sports than any others. Depending on what happens at this time, I will probably be settleling down with the girl of drems. My dream girl will be athletic, has to like sports just a little, and just a person I can relate too. This will be the girl I’ll plan to marry. Hopefully, I will be doing a great enough job to either earn a position for a professional sports team like the Atlanta Falcons, or I will be the owner of my own gym.

In the years after I accepted a job offer with the Atlanta Falcons or build my own gym, I will be making enough money to provide for my family. When I marry the girl of my dreams will be living in Atlanta, Georgia with our two kids. I would want my first child to be a boy, but if God were to bless me with a girl first I will be just as happy. I will become one of the most successful trainers and my resume will be so amazing that the nation’s top athletes will be calling me asking me to get them right for their upcoming season.

Education Philosophy

I believe that the reason for education is to enlighten people on how things came to be, and to prepare them with the basic necessities they will need for life. You can not live life not knowing certain things, how to do things, or how things came to be. That is where education comes into play in where it teaches about certain things such as how to count and handle your money when your are looking to purchase a house or certain item. Another example is Language Arts, which is probably the most important subject; because it helps you learn the language that you speak. The world could not function without education.

Moreover, the best way I learn is when a teacher goes through everything step by step. I am the type of person hat after teacher says one step in a problem I want to know the reason for doing that. Also, I am more of a visual learner than a teacher giving a lecture on a topic. I need to see for myself to believe what they are saying is true and learn easier. You have to show me how and why certain things are done he way they are.

1984 Major Work Data Sheet

AP English:  Major Works Data Sheet


Title:   1984

Author: George Orwell

Date   of Publication: 1948

Genre:   Negative utopian, or dystopian, fiction

Biographical   information about the author

Born   Eric Arthur Blair, George Orwell created some of the sharpest satirical   fiction of the 20th century with such works as Animal Farm and Nineteen   Eighty-Four. He was a man of strong opinions who addressed some of the   major political movements of his times, including imperialism, fascism and   communism.The son of a British civil servant, George Orwell spent his first   days in India, where his father was stationed. His mother brought him and his   older sister, Marjorie, to England about a year after his birth and settled   in Henley-on-Thames. His father stayed behind in India and rarely visited.   (His younger sister, Avril, was born in 1908.) Orwell didn’t really know his   father until he retired from the service in 1912. And even after that, the   pair never formed a strong bond. He found his father to be dull and   conservative.According to one biography, Orwell’s first word was   “beastly.” He was a sick child, often battling bronchitis and the   flu. Orwell was bit by the writing bug at an early age, reportedly composing   his first poem around the age of four. He later wrote, “I had the lonely   child’s habit of making up stories and holding conversations with imaginary   persons, and I think from the very start my literary ambitions were mixed up   with the feeling of being isolated and undervalued.” One of his first   literary successes came at the age of 11 when he had a poem published in the   local newspaper.Like many other boys in England, Orwell was sent to boarding   school. In 1911 he went to St. Cyprian’s in the coastal town of Eastbourne,   where he got his first taste of England’s class system. On a partial   scholarship, Orwell noticed that the school treated the richer students   better than the poorer ones. He wasn’t popular with his peers, and in books   he found comfort from his difficult situation. He read works by Rudyard   Kipling and H. G. Wells, among others. What he lacked in personality, he   made up for in smarts. Orwell won scholarships to Wellington College and Eton   College to continue his studies.After completing his schooling at Eton,   Orwell found himself at a dead end. His family did not have the money to pay   for a university education. Instead he joined the India Imperial Police Force   in 1922. After five years in Burma, Orwell resigned his post and returned to   England. He was intent on making it as a writer.


Historical information   about period of publication

George Orwell’s   forty-sixth birthday was less than a month off when his last novel was   published in London by Secker & Warburg, and five days afterwards by Harcourt   Brace in New York. The socialist author of the twentieth century’s most   devastating critique of left-wing totalitarianism had less than a year left   to live. The idea for the book had come to him in 1943 and themes in an early   outline included, ‘The system of organized lying on which society is founded,   the ways in which this is done (falsification of records, etc), the nightmare   feeling caused by the disappearance of objective truth, leader-worship,   etc…’. No one who knew London in the years immediately after 1945 will need   to be told where the appalling shabbiness of the book’s setting came from.   The shortages, the bombsites, the regular failure of things to work properly,   the prevailing dreariness – were drawn from real life. Orwell eventually wrote   the book on the Scottish island of Jura in the Inner Hebrides, to which he   retreated from London in 1946, ill with tuberculosis after a severe hemorrhage,   and depressed. His wife Eileen had died the year before, during an operation   he had expected to be mere routine. Orwell took an abandoned farm called   Barnhill close to the sea at the north end of the island, with his sister   Avril and his adopted baby son Richard. There was a Robinson Crusoe streak in   him and he kept chickens, went fishing and worked at being self-sufficient.   The scenery was beautiful, the climate mild, but the house was at the end of   a five-mile dirt track, the post appeared only twice a week, there was no   telephone and Orwell was twenty-five miles from the nearest doctor.   Surprisingly, there were quite a few callers, most of whom seem to have been   a trial. There were some violent rows. Orwell tended to retreat behind the   typewriter in his room. Determined to finish the book, he refused to make any   concessions to his state of health, which grew worse, and by the end of 1947   he was in the Hairmyres Hospital at East Kilbride, near Glasgow, with his   lungs in a bad way. Tragically, he proved to be allergic to the new drug   streptomycin, which afflicted him with side effects so severe that the treatment   which might otherwise have saved his life had to be stopped. Back in Jura   after seven months, he typed the final version of the book while lying in   bed, which was awkward to manage, or sitting on a kitchen chair in his room,   smoking like a funnel despite the condition of his lungs.Early in 1949 Orwell   had to go into a private sanitorium in the Cotswolds, where streptomycin was   tried again and soon abandoned. Nineteen Eighty-Four sold so well (it has   never stopped selling) that it would have given him a comfortable income for   life, but it was too late and in September he was moved to University College   Hospital in London. There in October, attired in a smoking jacket in his bed   with a bottle of champagne waiting on a hospital trolley, he married Sonia   Brownell, his second wife, and there, still hoping for a reprieve, he died on   January 21st, 1950.Orwell’s friend Tosco Fyvel said years afterwards that,   more than any book published after 1945, Nineteen Eighty-Four ‘has subtly   altered the popular impression of the way history has been proceeding’. It is   a tribute to the book that the year 1984 eventually came and went without   Orwell’s nightmare vision having fully come about.


Characteristics of the genre


Well, the drama is pretty   clear what with the heavy conflict and emotional weight. We’re not even going   to touch “Dystopian Literature,” because this book pretty much   defines the genre. Parody is Orwell’s specialty, and he does it here by   exaggerating human failings for purposes of social commentary. The science   fiction comes in with the crazy technological aspect of Oceania: the   telescreens, the Thought Police. Sounds like science fiction.

Plot summary


As the novel   opens, Winston feels frustrated by the oppression and rigid control of the   Party, which prohibits free thought, sex, and any expression of   individuality. Winston dislikes the party and has illegally purchased a diary   in which to write his criminal thoughts. He has also become fixated on a   powerful Party member named O’Brien, whom Winston believes is a secret member   of the Brotherhood—the mysterious, legendary group that works to overthrow   the Party. Winston works in the Ministry of Truth, where he alters historical   records to fit the needs of the Party. He notices a coworker, a beautiful dark-haired   girl, staring at him, and worries that she is an informant who will turn him   in for his thought crime. He is troubled by the Party’s control of history:   the Party claims that Oceania has always been allied with East Asia in a war   against Eurasia, but Winston seems to recall a time when this was not true.   One day, Winston receives a note from the dark-haired girl that reads “I love   you.” She tells him her name, Julia, and they begin a covert affair.

This relationship lasts for some time.   Winston is sure that they will be caught and punished sooner or late. Torn   away from Julia and taken to a place called the Ministry of Love, Winston   finds that O’Brien, too, is a Party spy who simply pretended to be a member   of the Brotherhood in order to trap Winston into committing an open act of   rebellion against the Party. O’Brien spends months torturing and brainwashing   Winston, who struggles to resist. At last, O’Brien sends him to the dreaded   Room 101, the final destination for anyone who opposes the Party. Here,   O’Brien tells Winston that he will be forced to confront his worst fear.   Throughout the novel, Winston has had recurring nightmares about rats;   O’Brien now straps a cage full of rats onto Winston’s head and prepares to   allow the rats to eat his face. Winston snaps, pleading with O’Brien to do it   to Julia, not to him.

Giving up Julia is what O’Brien wanted from Winston all along. His   spirit broken, Winston is released to the outside world. He meets Julia but   no longer feels anything for her. He has accepted the Party entirely and has   learned to love Big Brother.




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1984 by George Orwell talks place in the city of     Airstrip One. This city is also known as London. Winston Smith, the main     character of the story, lives in this city, which is right in the center of     this dystopian society. He is a constant threat to the Thought Police due     to his position in the Outer Party.

Significance of the opening scene





The opening scene of the story illustrates the life of     the people in the story. Winston Smith is a high ranking official in this     government, but he is still highly oppressed by it. The characteristics of     this town depict a totalitarian form of government. “BIG BROTHER” is in     constant watch of all the citizens, except for the poor (proles). The Party     does not see the proles as a threat to their power, so they are not as cruel     to them; life itself is cruel enough.


  • Glass paperweight
  • Singing thrush
  • Telescreens
  • Big Brother
  • The place where there          is no darkness
  • The red-armed prole          woman

Significance of the ending/closing     scene

When taken to Room 101, Winston Smith is faced with his     biggest fear: being in a dark room with something scary on the other side.     When O’Brien threatens to have his face eaten alive by rats, Winston gives     in and betrays Julia. He’d rather have her go through the torture than
himself. Later on, Winston seems to love Big Brother. Initially, it seemed     like he only pretended in order to escape the previous situation. But the     fact that the sight of Big Brother made him feel “happy and safe” proved     that he might have a newfound love for Big Brother.

Possible Themes


  • Physical control
  • The dangers of Totalitarianism
  • Psychological manipulation
  • Control over information and history
  • Language as mind control


Old AP Questions

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Describe the author’s style: Orwell’s sentences are     direct, with barely any show. We learn about 1984’s world through dull,     straightforward explanations, which slightly shows how dull and     matter-of-fact daily life is for Oceania’s people. Orwell describes his     fake world and lets the story unfold in a disconnected way, but he knows     that any smart reader will find his descriptions disturbing and weird. Orwell     also gets some dark humor into his storytelling.

An example that demonstrates the style: “She had had her     first love affair when she was sixteen, with a Party member of sixty who     later committed suicide to avoid arrest. ‘And a good job too,’ said Julia.     ‘Otherwise they’d have had my name out of him when he confessed.”


Memorable Quotes



  1. “War is Peace, Freedom is Slavery,          Ignorance is Strength” pg. 26








  1. “And if all others          accepted the lie which the party imposed-if all records told the same          tale-then the lie passed into history and became truth. ‘Who controls          the past’ ran the party slogan, ‘controls the future: who controls the          present controls the past.’” Pg. 34


  1. “It’s a beautiful          thing, the destruction of words. Of course the great wastage is in the          verbs and adjectives, but there are hundreds of nouns that can be got          rid of as well. It isn’t only the synonyms; there are also the          antonyms…”pg. 51



  1. “Freedom is the          freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all          else follows” pg. 81

This quote is     saying that the world has gotten to the point where it feels like war     brings peace, freedom is in doing work under the influence of others such     as a slave did, and strength comes from becoming ignorant. This quote is     repeated in the book several times to show that people are under the     influence of the government, and listen to everything it says otherwise     they die if they don’t listen. This quote is significant because it gives     Winston a clear picture of what’s going on in the world, and shows that it     needs to be changed.


This quote     is saying that if the people keep following the government, then nothing     will be different from the past. It’s saying that things have stayed the     same throughout history. This quote is significant because it’s motivating     people to take some action.




This quote suggests     that the world is changing. It is saying that the world is failing just as     the words in the dictionary are diminishing. This quote is also significant     to try and make people aware of what is going on in the world, because the     words are being destroyed because of big brother, and the people have no     say in it.



This quote     is saying that the freedom comes from having the right to think and say     what one wants to. This quote is significant to 1984 because it’s the basis     for the views of the society that is being controlled by the government.




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