The final year of high school has now come. When my parents told me that high school would fly by, they weren’t kidding. I never put much thought into the fact that high school is a mere four years of my life. In the grand scheme of things, it’s hardly any time at all. Although it really did fly by, I have enough memories to last a lifetime.
I remember walking through the doors on my very first day of school as a freshman. I walked into room 315 and sat down in my first period class. It was world history and Mrs. Francis was my teacher. I sat down, scared out of my mind, and waited for the bell to ring. That first bell tone signified the beginning of my high school career.
My schedule was extremely easy first semester. I had Foods, Business Management, Consumer Ed, Lunch, Gym, Warrior Warehouse, English and Algebra 2. I had some incredible teachers, which included Mrs. Deardorff, Mr. Gross, Mrs. Burm, Mrs. Carhart and Mr. Mhyre. I have had so much fun and I loved having each of them.
When second semester rolled around, it wasn’t so easy. I only had four real classes, but a few of them were tough. My schedule went along the lines of Foods, Government, College Comp H, Lunch, ISICS, Warrior Warehouse, Gym, and Algebra 2. This year I was lucky enough to have Mrs. Deardorff, Mr. Burm, Mrs. Myers, Mr. Hokinson and Mr. Myhre. They have been one amazing group of teachers. I learned so much from each and every one of them and I could not thank them enough.
The beginning of my senior year, I was asked to be in the warrior warehouse instead of having a study hall. Mr. V called me down to his office and I remember being so scared because I never even knew where his office was. He then asked me to be in there and I said yes. I was thrilled because I have always thought I was a great leader and knew that I had a full job to take on. It was my responsibility to make sure I did not let anyone steal and when a problem occurred I let Mr. V know immediately. It was...
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