English II, Period 5
26 September 2014
I have always tried to get good grades in school. Over the years, school felt like everything gets harder, but when you think back at it, it feels like it was the easiest thing to do. As a kid I have always loved school and I would know every day that the next day, I would learn something new and exciting. I still love to learn new things but, when I was in middle school, I thought high school was going to be a walk in the park. But it wasn’t, it became more realistic and you have to put extra work and effort to get really good grades. Up until high school, I have grown to be a perfectionist, yet I feel like my life revolves around homework and I have no free time to relax and hang out with my friends, and I need to work on being involved with school and during class,
When I was a little kid, I have always wanted everything to be perfect, from projects to homework. It has grown to be an everyday thing for me, even if it was just to fix a crooked line. When it comes to my room or my house, every little thing has always get to me when it is out of place. My older sister has always been pretty messy even when I fix it or organize her room, all her possessions still gets misplaced or really messy. I have always hated when I don’t turn in my work on time and it irritates me throughout the day. I always have to follow the directions, which I am very open and flexible with, for the projects or else everything just doesn’t seem right to me.
I get loads of homework now that I am in high school. I am currently taking five honors classes, but I always like a good challenge and I think I would be able to handle it. Since I take honors classes, it takes a lot of commitment and responsibility to juggle all the work. I am trying to get extraordinary grades for this school year, but it feels like I don’t get to hang out with my friends because of all the work I have to get done. It seems like that I...
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