And lastly, I am still very closely located to my family. Having a school that was still remotely close to my family was important when I was choosing a school. Connections. Making connections for myself was really important to me when I was choosing a college. As a cinema arts and science student, I didn’t just want to go to a school that was only going to teach me new skills and techniques.
My identity can be defined by moments in my life. Moving to Canada, learning to speak English and going to high school are three major moment in my life. Going through these experience have change the person in me and made me more confident, stronger person and created the person I am right now. Moving to Canada is a big challenge to me because I know almost like nothing about this country plus I have to leaving my family, my best friend behind to start a new life. The day I came to Canada is in December 3rd 2013, I have been terrify about the weather of Canada because it totally different with my back country where is always hot and wet, Canada is cold and dry.
After living together in the same house for so long, we accidently came up with an idea that we should start our own business together. It was pretty much a good idea so we started thinking of what to do. Mr. Patel: My father used to have a zoo. Let 's reopen one here in Canada. What do you think?
All that changed though. I have decided to go to UAFS and I have decided to do the bridge program. My family and I are neither rich nor poor, but the thought of college scares us a little. My parents and I do not know how we are going to pay for college, so any help would be amazing and I think the bridge would be a lot of help for us. I want to be in the bridge program because I honestly do not want to spend my whole life in college, I want to be able to finish as soon as I can and be able to get to work, and I know the bridge program can help me with that.
My baby is growing up so quickly and so is my other child. I am so thankful that Canada is here for me, and my old master can never come in and drag me back. Canada is a haven for me and my children. I will never regret this decision of running
One of the hardest days of my life was when I first moved to America. I studied in Canada for one year, but it was totally a different situation that there were teachers who specifically teaches ESL classes, and a host family who was really close friend to my mom. There were people cared about me when i was in Vancouver. But when I moved to America, there was no one that I knew. I had to start everything fresh all by myself.
To being with, students should be allowed to go off campus because we are reliable. I’ve heard from various adults that they use to go off campus for lunch, but what happened? Our generation did nothing wrong. Another thing is that if students are responsible enough to turn work in and get good grades, there should be nothing wrong with us going off campus for less than 30 minutes to get something to eat. However some people may argue that kids will skip if they leave campus, and yes in fact that will happen.
I was told at a young age that education was the key to success and from that point on I made it my main priority not to be the average student among those that settle for less but to be a outstanding student that rises to every occasion to take advantage of my education. I do not that not let any setbacks or obstacles interfere with my education. I have maintain a 3.7 GPA despite of my after school job during my junior year. My mom told me during my tenth grade year that my junior year was going to either make me or break me. She explained I had to be really on top of my studies and I had no room for small mistakes.
The Thanksgiving Day is an annual Canadian holiday, occurring on the second Monday in October, which celebrates the harvest and other blessings of the year. My life may not be perfect, but i am still thankful for everything i have ,particularly for three things : my education, my health and my family. First, i am thankful for my education, because i have something that millions of people miss out. I am very fortunate to have easy access to school because there are plenty of countries that consider education a luxury, not a basic right. It helps me challenge myself, set goals in my life and be my best self every day.
I knew my nieces and nephews would be graduated from high school by the time I got done, and that my grandmother almost surely wouldn 't be with us. I would not sacrifice that much of my life, and absent myself from the lives of my loved ones for so long. My life experiences made it mandatory that my career aspirations allow for balance. This anxiety and stubbornness created the perfect conditions for an epiphany. My inspiration to pursue optometry was seeded from a long overdue visit to an optometrist, rooted in my perseverance as a student,