Importance Of My High School Experience

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I feel good about school because I have good grades in all my classes. What shaped my high school experience was shaped by my teachers and my friends. My high school experience is good so far because I made friends that are good friends to me and they help me when I need it.

Elementary school was good for me because I did not know much English. All my teachers and friends helped me to speak English. When I first came in the class I know some of the words the teacher and the students were saying because I had to speak english in Australia. I know some words, I just had a hard time saying the words. At times it was hard because you know what they were saying but can't say it to them. During this time I did not like English, and my favorite subject became Math because I know what they were doing ,and I know how to say numbers. The factors that shaped me the most as a student are my teachers and family. All the teachers I had all told me that school was important for your life. I had a hard time getting good grades in elementary because I did not know much English and the words I did know, I had a strong accent on them. After some time I have seen my brothers get good grades and I just followed. When I was in 2nd and 3rd grade I did not know English like the other kids,and that was the only time I
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I had a teacher named Mrs. Nau she was the most experienced teacher I've ever had. She said the most important thing for us is God, she always told us to put God first . She was a very religious person. She told us the work ethic we needed to have to get good grades. One of the most important lessons she taught me was how I need to be consistent with school. She taught me lots of lessons, but the best lesson she ever taught me was how to take notes. Why I believe that was the best lesson she teaches us was because that got my Cs to BS,and my BS to As. She changed my way of looking at school, she was the best teacher I

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