Tagged: Collage Nursing New Plan
So in a month I will be graduating from high school. Woah. I’ve waited for this day for soo long and it’s finally in sight. I didn’t think I would ever consider collage. I mean, the plan was to graduate high school and get on the mission field as fast as possible. That was my plan. However, God has been putting this huge desire on my heart to go to collage. Being home schooled my entire life, I feel so over whelmed. I know for a fact that if I do go to collage it will be for nursing. Nursing has always been a dream of mine, but it has always been just that. A dream. Something I never thought would happen. Since I’m so far behind on everything (applying for collages, SAT’s etc.) I’m thinking I’ll take a gap year. I guess I just need advice on if this is stupid. If I could really even do this whole nursing school thing, and if a gap year is idiotic. If you are going for nursing advice would be AWESOME. If you’re just going to collage for whatever and you have a little nugget of advice that would be just as awesome. I mean is this whole taking a gap year then going to nursing school just a stupid thing altogether? I could really use a gal pal with experience to help shed some light on this whole thing. Thanks!
|May 18, 2015 at 09:33|
I’ve totally been there! I graduated last year and spent most of my senior year stressed out. I had opportunities to do mission work. I’ve always been academically minded, and had people in my life tell me that if I didn’t go to college I’d never really be saved. (Um…Ouch!) I was homeschooled since second grade, and my parents wanted me to follow God’s plan for my life, not society’s.
|May 19, 2015 at 06:23|
I got you girl. I’ve been homeschooled my whole life too and I totally understand how overwhelming it is. Even just registering for classes was so confusing! It sounds like taking a gap year is a good plan, but also realize that God can open doors in amazing ways. My brother started the application process to a school two weeks before he was suppose to be there one time and it all worked out.
|May 19, 2015 at 08:40|
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