My Accomplishments In Middle School

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I have never been a perfect student. I have had many shortcomings and struggles throughout my middle school years. Regardless of that, I’ve always tried to be the best student I could be. The thing that got me into trying even harder to maintain my grades was not my parents, but the stress that I had piled onto myself. Yes, my parents wanted me to achieve excellent grades, but it was mostly me who put the pressure on myself. Sometimes I would stay up late to finish an assignment and other times I would have a panic attack because I got a B. In the beginning of 8th grade I had so much pressure on myself that my parents decided I need to see a therapist. I even let friendships suffer for my grades, although I’ve stopped the habit. However,…show more content…
While some aren’t as good as others, I’m certainly proud of them. I’ve kept straight A’s for almost all 3 years and I’ve gotten the Superstar award twice. This achievement has made me really proud of myself. While I needed to work hard for that award, I also worked hard for other things. For example, I was able to continue on into high school math in middle school or in other words onto Geometry. Now since I’m going into highschool I’m going to be able to take Algebra 2. Math has always been my favorite subject and I’m glad middle school has given me opportunities to advance in…show more content…
Another example would be the wall at the LGBTQ+ festival. During the festival, my group took responses from other members at this school to put together a rainbow of post-its. The Post-Its had confessions, advice and many other things related to the LGBTQ+ movement written on them. We put the Post-its on a wall that someone had made for us to portray them at the festival. We wouldn’t have been able to do this without the implemented idea of PBL. This allowed us to be able to contribute and make IVCMS a better and more interesting place. While all my contributions to IVCMS hasn’t been by myself, I grew because I learned how to contribute with
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