High School Memory

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I do not think my best memory of my life has approached me yet. However, I feel my high school years have been the most memorable. I strongly believe that high school is the open door, into the rest of my life. The last days of my high school career are fast approaching and I can only imagine how I'll be feeling when I step out of Harrison Central grounds for the very last time. Throughout these three years, I have felt a lot of urgency about graduating high school. I didn't think that the time to graduate would come soon enough. Now, that time i Continue...


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The only thing I can say is that I learned. Now that I've done all those things and many more, I am about to embark on a new adventure that will take me too many more new experiences. I've had plenty of good times, as well as just as many bad times, in high school. I cannot believe that it has come this fast. All I can do is enter it with a guarded optimism and hope for the best. And the most important thing is that, not just that I learned through the books, but I learned about life and the road ahead of me. From sports to girls to all the partying, I just wanted to know what everything was like. I started high school as a brash and cocky athlete, dying to conquer the world, which I did not know much about. To be honest, I am not sure which category I fall into. I was just dying to experience all the new and exciting things that awaited me. I remember my first days of high school. I will leave high school as a world-weary senior, knowing that there are many dangers to encounter in the real world. From being an inexperienced sophomore to a somewhat mature senior, things have really changed for me.

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