Personal Narrative: My Journey To Central College

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Growing up I didn’t really enjoy school, looking back on it now I think it was because I didn’t try hard enough. I was very scared to ask questions and very introverted as well. My shyness prohibited me from being successful in school particularly in middle school. In middle school it, was worse because I struggled a lot in math and again had introverted qualities. In, high school I realized I really liked history and reading it was very interesting to me. Additionally, I tried to do my best and to try new things. In college I will study, work hard, set goals, try new things and have fun. In high school I loosened up and tried to take on more challenges. I began asking more questions and participating a bit more. I was a decent student: doing all of my assignments but not necessarily going out of my way to do my absolute best. However, to challenge myself during my senior year, I took a People Helping course – basically a course where we assisted at the elementary school and taught things like suicide prevention to the …show more content…
In fact, I came and sat in on a small Spanish lesson, it was brilliant! I am still very happy to be attending Central College, it was a great decision. I believe that Central College will pave the road for success for me in the future. By the time I leave Central I hope to be a flight attendant, and I hope to have learned many things and participated in the study abroad program. In addition, I hope to have accomplished experiencing new challenges and topics and participating in activities and perhaps clubs. Personally, I think college will bring out the best in myself and help me achieve my goals of being more outgoing and creative. Just as Mary Strey said during the speech, that it’s our year of creativity. Being creative isn’t something that is really difficult for me but it’s not easy either, with this in mind I will try to incorporate creativity into

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