Graduation Essay

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Graduation From being taught my ABC’s to learning algebra, I never thought this day would come. The past thirteen years of my life consisted of sitting in a classroom learning new things every day. Growing up I always planned out who I wanted to be and where I wanted to go with my life. To this day, my plans are still the same as they were back in elementary school. In the process essay, I will sum up the thirteen years of schooling it took me to get to the point of graduating and walking across the stage with my diploma in hand! I was one of the kids who never went to pre-school. Everyone thought that you were out of the click if you didn’t attend a pre-school, because then pre-school was the best thing ever. But to me, I still received the same amount of education being with my grandparents all day, every day, while everyone else was in school. My grandpa taught me how to tie my shoe, help me write my letters, learn my colors, numbers, etc. By the time I was old enough to attend kindergarten, I was already at the point where all my friends were, if not a step ahead of them. Throughout the learning experience in elementary school, I learned everything. By the time I was in fourth grade, the teachers were preparing us for middle school and the changing classes deal. Once middle school rolled around, I was learning a new version of science that I never thought I would learn. Math went from 2x2=4, soon turned into long division and multiplying fractions. English was soon turning into we had to memorize a speech and perform it in front of the class, learning different types of speech and so on. By the time I was in the eighth grade, math was adding in letters and English papers were getting harder to write. By then end of my eighth grade year they were making us switch classes with only having four minutes in between to make sure we were prepared for high

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