dropped off for school, "Dare to be great! Don't be average!" I kept those
words in mind with everything that I decided to pursue in school, whether it be
choir, AP classes or clubs. That being said, when I pushed myself to be the
best that I could be, I was able to immerse myself into activities and learn
multiple lessons from each of them.
When I registered for middle school, I randomly chose show choir as my elective
because it seemed the most interesting out of my limited choices. At the time,
I did not know that show choir would become something so important in my life.
To this day, as a senior in high school, I am still involved in show choir, and
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I have learned how to make a choir filled with people that
don't know each other well come together and become a family, especially
because I am now the president of my choir. As president, I learned on my own
of how to be a good leader. Show choir has taught me the importance of
communication, optimism, and eloquence for group settings. On top of all that,
it truly showed me what commitment is about. Choir has rehearsals at least
once a week, and when competition season or show time comes around, rehearsals
can be as long at six hours a night. Even with all the hard work, I committed
myself to choir because it was important to me.
During the lunch club fair of my freshman year of high school, I was slightly
overwhelmed by the many clubs offered at school. Once I found Key Club, I knew
that it was the club for me. Key Club serves the community, which is something
I enjoy doing. Whenever I help people out, I feel so much happier because I
feel like if I am making at least one person smile, I am making a difference.
It has taught me about selflessness, awareness of others, and gratitude for