My Education

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Going to high school was never a great experience for me. The thought of waking up in the morning and going to six classes, everyday, for five days straight was overwhelming. Ever since I entered high school freshman year, I always had that voice in the back of my head saying, “Why come today, school is boring and useless.” Today was like any other day in my junior year and like always I was in a grumpy mood. I remember it being a Tuesday morning and having zero motivation to enter the class and “learn” something. People around me would always say how happy they were to be in school and ask me if I loved it to, and of course I would say yes in order to avoid an unpleasant explanation. In reality, I hated school and all day, everyday, I would look up to the clock and wait for it to say 3:05. Even though I had this mindset about school everyday, I did have great moments in some of my classes, especially in Mr. Mason’s AP US History class. Although high school was a not the best time of my life, I did decide to go and the only motivation was that I was going to learn in order to better prepare myself for life. Education is and will always be important to me because it is the main source in building a better life for myself and for my family. My family, especially my dad, would constantly tell me that I have to excel in school because if I decided to throw all that away, then I will struggle in life like they did. The magic words were always, “I want you to have a better life
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