Favorite Moment Speech

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Hello, my name is Zoe. I am here to tell you about the most memorable moment of my high school career… so far. For me, as with many of you in this room, high school is approximately half over. Four of the most important years in one’s personal character developments, some would say. We meet friends that we will never forget; make enemies that we will seemingly never forgive, memories that we will take with us to the end of our days. Good memories and bad memories, high school memories tend to never leave our memory banks. It doesn't always have to be the most exciting memory, as some memories occupy our thoughts for no apparent reason. As I thought about this topic, and tried to narrow down my most memorable, school related, memory, I realized that if I had to spend so much time pondering it, it probably was not that memorable. So the memory that strangely seemed to not leave my thoughts came from a class that others would most likely try to forget. But how could such a good memory come in a class that was not good at all? Well, the things that made it so special was, for starters, the very fact that I enjoyed the class which I had dreaded all semester, the friends who were able to experience it with me, and the newfound attitude I had in that class afterwards.

For those of you have already taken or are currently in chemistry, specifically Ms. Siddons’s honors chemistry, you understand the tedious, seemingly only busy work assigned daily. For those of you who have not been in chemistry or those who do not share my feelings toward chemistry, think about that class that made you dread coming to school, but not wanting to go home because of the mounds of homework from that class you knew would be waiting for you when you got there. For some of you, that could be every class. But imagine with me, if you will, that class that you hated for whatever reason-whether it be because of boring subject or class, lack of skill in the particular subject, lots of work,...
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