Academically, I was pushed into performing the best I could such as trying my best in English class even though it was a struggle in the beginning. Socially, I was pushed into situations that I had to adapt to, such as changing schools every couple years. I was also pushed physically into trying everything I could possibly be comfortable with to see what I enjoy doing. These challenges helped form who I am and pushed me to
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.
Last I’m going to study hard for every expected test that I know I’m going to have to take. These are the things that I’m going to do to be successful this school year. The first thing I want to do to be successful this year is be on time and never miss a class. I don’t want to fall behind and I know sometimes I don’t understand the work. I know I used to be lazy in the past but that is beneath me and it’s time to move forward.
Student athletes often struggle with keeping their grades up in school. Not only do they have to study and have to do their homework every night but they also have to practice every day. Student athletes have to work harder than non-athletes to get their work done, but they can do it if they really put their mind to it. Most student athletes depend on their grades to get in the college of their dreams and play for their favorite team. They need good grades in high school if they want to get accepted to their dream school and play college ball.
Along with many friends that helped me get through rough times to make me the person I am today. My family for sure, plays the biggest part in shaping of who I am today. Growing up wasn’t always smooth sailing, I often was influenced by many negative people that tried and guide me in the wrong direction;however, my family members were the ones that never seized to stop improving me. During the peak of my junior year when all the algebra, physics, history, and english classes were piling up in enormous numbers and were causing me to stress and
It was a challenge to learn how to communicate with my teachers and acquaintances. However, I conquered that challenge and became an A honor roll student since then. I came across other obstacles in life as well. All my life I was always ahead of my class and would take higher grade classes such as in math and reading. Once I got to high school, it became more of a challenge to
Life is a balancing act; school, homework, extracurricular activities, along with spending time with friends and family can be difficult. High school was a time of growth for me, especially going into my junior year where I took harder courses, I worked five to six days a week, I was a part of three clubs, and I was preparing for the multiple standardized tests I would be taking. Being organized within my classes was something that helped me to balance staying on top of all my work in and out of school and spending time with my family and friends. Without this balance in my life I would not be able to work, get all my homework done, and still have time to hang out with my friends at the mall or go to concerts with them. Transitioning from high
Other minor aspects of my life include singing, sports, hanging with friends, playing video games, and onshore skating among others. I am grateful for all the people and important aspects of my life since they ensure that I am happy and grow economically, socially and physically. My family is a major aspect of my life that influences what I do, where I am going and my
There are memories that I will surely cherish and memories that might still haunt me until today, but I will never forget that these are the experiences that transform me into becoming a better version of myself before. I wouldn’t say that I am comfortable being in college. I still am struggling with many things even if I become mature. There would still be times where I would study; times when I would slack off and times when I just want to give up. Juggling the projects, home works, reports I need to submit in every subject is difficult.
When one has courage they have to ability to make themselves happy, not only themselves but also those around them. Courage can help people speak to one another to help build relationships, some of these relationships can be stuck with you for forever. With these people that you meet, they will help bring your courage