My Experience: My Personal Experience In Elementary School

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In secondary one, many of us are nervous to be going to high school and being with others that we weren’t necessarily with in elementary school. For me, though, it wasn’t the case; most of the graduating class from my elementary school also came to my high school. I was in a special program, The Accelerated Learning Program, with 29 other students from all over Laval. There were three others that came to my elementary school who were also in the program, one of them being my best friend now. The program was one where an entrance exam was needed to see if we were capable of being able to do two years in one. In secondary one, grade seven and eight math were taught, and the pattern continued until secondary four, doing grade eleven math, and …show more content…
I had made friends with three other girls and my now best friend, and we were a cool little group of five. I made a friend with a quiet girl who was and still is as sweet as sugar and our friendship is one that’s been solid throughout the years. I made a guy friend who was very dear to my heart; he was my best guy friend, maybe even my best friend, since everyone else was always in their other groups. I also became friends with everyone else in the class, because after a few short weeks together in every class, our program became more like a little family and high school seemed a lot less …show more content…
She taught me that people can change very quickly; that some people will do anything to get something they want or ruin something; that certain advice can cause more damage than good. Being friend withs this person, I wasn’t very nice. I was mean and rude and not pleasant to be around. It could possibly be from jealousy that she was stealing my friends away, using the boys I liked to get back at me for I don’t know what. Perhaps it was being treated like I was nothing when I was the one who gave her the confidence to be herself. A lot of things have changed since her departure in secondary four; I’ve changed; our school has changed. If you mention her name to people, they will know what she did, what she said. Her leaving was for the best-it brought order back to the school, it (hopefully) deflated her ego, it gave me peace of mind knowing that I didn’t have to deal with a toxic person as my “best friend” anymore. I had created a monster and it felt so good to finally be let

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