When I look back on the memories I 've made the friends that I now have the struggles I 've been through and the goals I did all most likely did not I realize that going it all went by in a Flash I know I 'm going to miss SMS I cannot begin to explain how much I have come to love this place the positive vibes and the smiles that welcome you into every day although it wasn 't always easy and there were some bad moments I 'm going to miss it here but I am happy to be to be moving up to high school I hope that you enjoy have enjoyed this year as much as I did what I will almost remember my first year SMS from the drama to crying on the last day I 'll only be able to remember the best moments one of my favorite moments was the winter carnival my
While the effect of this experience wasn 't very long term, I did learn a very important lesson from it. As cliche as it sounds, I learned that life isn 't always a straight incline, it is a series of ups and downs that happen at random without warning. Just when you think you are doing great and everything is fine, life could throw a big old rock right at your face, knocking you straight to the ground. While you may be there for a while and it may be a feat to get back up on your feet, you just have to remember that you will eventually get there and you will come out of it with new courage and knowledge that will shape you for the rest of your life.
Ultimately I didn’t want others to judge me negatively and decide something I couldn’t remove from their opinions. Being so skeptical of myself during this once and a lifetime chance taught me a lot. The experience enlightened me in a way only something major could’ve. Being so cautious I learned to take more risks and be less aware of others perception of me. Life is too short too always rethink chances you may never get again.
What I really learn from this incident is that no matter what kind of trials or obstacles I’ll face in the future, I have to always be thankful for what I have and be more positive when I’m facing
Though I would never want to go through that whole ordeal again, I learned a lot from the experience, and it has helped shape who I am today. I understand better how to successfully achieve my goals through work and persistence, and I have a deeper understanding for those who are or have been in a similar situation that I was in. Having to put more work into living everyday life made it easier to put forth more effort after recovering. Keeping up with schoolwork has been much easier ever since then, and I have continued my musical work as a hobby. Without having this experience, I may not put forth the same amount of effort that I do today, and I am thankful for
In 10th grade, I co-founded two different clubs at my school, one that I was Vice President of, and one that I have been Treasurer of for 3 years. I am Assistant Director of Student Enrichment in Student Council. I created a Breakfast Program at my school ,where I hand delivered food to 23 students with special needs, and spend time with them during class. I do this for almost every day, and have been injured while doing so. But I healed, and improved at reading signs of aggression.
he Lady with the pet Dog, and Life after High School by Joyce Oates both demonstrate satisfactions and frustrations of romantic relationships and dramatizes unhealthy and healthy forms of love in different ways. The similarities between the two stories is greater than the differences when it comes to romantic love, the unhealthy relationship between characters, and the plot’s structure.
Being involved in many activities in high school, from athletics to fine arts, has taught me how to work well with others as well as work hard under pressure. One of the many organizations I have been involved in while in high school is student council. I am currently serving my third year as student council president for my class and in doing so it has taught me leadership and organization. Student council calls for many responsibilities and opportunities including, service projects for the community, planning a variety of events for the school, and planning major events such as homecoming and prom. Planning and organizing events has given me the opportunity to communicate and meet new people. It has also given me the courage to reach out
I looked different, and was treated differently. I was often bullied for who I was and thought the best way to make it stop, was to fit in. I started wearing similar clothing, walking, talking and acting like the kids around me. I had lost whom I was, was no better assimilated, and was still picked on. I had enough.
This event changed my life for the better and without going through that tough time I would not have been able to see the light of all situations, in reality and when I
Let’s move on. Moving to high school, this is where it becomes permanent. Between the ages of 13-17 I had figured out for certain who I was and what I wanted to become. So I did it. The first two years were a bit rocky, I’ll be honest. Then I became New Mexico’s largest school’s student body vice president, obtained scholarships, won student of the year, participated in multiple clubs and extra-curricular activities while the other kids flunked and smoked weed every day, (not that there is anything bad with weed it just so happens there is a correlation with failure and weed quite often, ther are the excepts however) grew my skills as a programmer/dancer/DJ/entrepreneur/everything, participated in many state conferences and western regional
This event dramatically changed my persona, how I view things and how I view myself as a whole. After this I grew so much anger towards my parents it made me say things to them I wish I could take back, but necessary to get out of my body at the time. I felt like they violated my freedom and human rights by putting me in a situation I wasn 't even asked if I wanted to be part of. I felt betrayed and miserable. I think this event changed how I see myself as well, I see myself really different from what other people see.
High school has impacted my life in so many ways. High School taught me so many things, from personal relationships to creating a relationship with my education. As a freshman, I made a huge amount of mistakes and I regret doing foolish things, but I’ve realized, I was only maturing into the young adult I am today. Freshman year, I was out of focus and I was only trying to find myself. I would also prioritize other things and ignore my parent’s advice, where they would tell me to focus in school and give it my full attention. It took me about 2 years to find myself and know where I belonged. My behavior has improved, I know how and when to approach people. I’m also more involved with my education and I make goals for myself. I’m done having