Transitioning From High School College Is A Big Change For Me

841 Words Nov 1st, 2016 4 Pages
Transitioning from high school to college was a BIG change for me. There are so many new faces and experiences to be had in college, but growing up in a town with a population of 4,000, you don’t really get to see many new faces. I am hoping within my next 3 ½ years here at Lincoln, I will grow as a person and as a woman, like I never could in the small town I grew up in.
High school was not “the best time of my life”, in fact it was probably the worst time of my life. I never really liked school, even from the very beginning I completely dreaded going. Not only did I hate it for the school work and getting up early, it was because I was bullied for the longest time. Even in high school I was teased, but instead of to my face it was behind my back but I wasn’t ignorant to what they said about me. I was teased for everything, my hair, my weight, and the way that I dressed. I was always different than everyone else. I didn’t like sports, I liked watching them, I am just not coordinated enough for them. My taste in music was different, and I didn’t grow up with money and didn’t get every single thing that I wanted. If I had something nice it was because either I worked for it or my parents gave it to me as a gift. Now with all of these new people, I hope they won`t judge me and will learn to except me for who I am.
In college, I have 6 classes in the format of a block schedule, in California we didn’t have block scheduling. We had the same 8 classes every day, now I have 3…

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