The School Of Arts And Enterprise Essay

802 Words Nov 19th, 2015 4 Pages
Imagine a school with students that are prevented from learning because the lack of resources. In the article, “Fremont High School” Jonathan Kozol states that at this high school was not the greatest environment to be educated in. The article states many examples of why the school was not the best. He writes this article to address the problems within the high school and hopes to see them solved. The School of Arts and Enterprise is the school that I attend for 3 years in Pomona, CA. This school is different, it is a Charter school, which means a publicly funded independent school established by teachers, parents, or community groups under the terms of a charter with a local or national authority; however, it still had basic classes. This school was not easy to get into. You had to audition by either singing, acting, dancing, showing your artwork or photographs. I audition by sing a song called “Happy Day.” If they like you they would accept you. I got accepted. This school focuses in the Arts and performing Arts department. In the building every corner had a piece of artwork. This is the reason why I decided to leave my old school because it did not offer any performing Art classes. This prevented me from discovering who I was. I am glad that I made the decision to leave from my old school because I was now able to explore my creativity side that I never knew I had. My experience in high school was similar to the Fremont High School. Kozol states in the article “Some…

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