It's very nice of you to want to help make your high school a batter place, but it's a hard job for an individual student. It seems to me that your best bet would be to start by becoming a top notch student yourself. I don't know how good you are already, but maybe you can see room for improvement. If you improved your performance as a student by a small percentage, that would raise the overall percentage by a certain amount. You would also be setting an example for the other students to follow. The top students in any school usually serve as role models for the others, and schools are judged by the quality and achievements of the best students they turn out.
It sounds like this is for a language class. That means it's an argument. I suggest you begin by brainstorming the things you feel are wrong with your high school. Then consider which ones you can specifically get involved in fixing.
I think you need to start by looking around your own high school and identifying an area for...
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