Personal Narrative Essay Examples High School

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  • Personal Narrative In High School

    Personal Narrative I have been to three different schools throughout my entire life. These schools have shaped me into what i am today. I have always thought that everything happens for a reason. Going to these three different schools has led me to where I am today. I’ve experienced a lot throughout the past couple of years. The first school I had ever been to was Cimarron High School. I started there when I was in kindergarten. Throughout those years I had a tough time making friends. I wasn't necessarily rich and to be popular there you had to have a known last name. I remember at recess none of the girls would like me because I was always playing football and soccer with their boyfriends. Maybe they were just jealous because I could…

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  • Personal Narrative-High School

    It is the final days in the senior week. The school has set up a stage on Foss Hill and invited four alumni bands to come and perform. It is almost like a small-scale version of Spring Fling, and therefore, many Wesleyan students decide to savor this event as it can be their last chance to do drugs with their college buddies. Jin and Xavier, of course, are ones of these students. Xavier manages to get themselves two doses of magic mushrooms, which are in high demand at the time, so he can't…

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  • Personal Narrative: Personal Experience In High School

    As I am waiting on the side steps of the stage, I patiently stood as they read off our names alphabetically. My hand is temperate, as I am clutching onto the chilled metal stair railing. I could hear the surrounding people in the room clapping and cheering, as it echoed throughout the building as each person was walking across the stage to receive their own diploma. I could feel the butterflies in the pit of my stomach, as I had been waiting for this day for as long as I could remember. The day…

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  • Personal Narrative: Graduating High School

    TS: Graduating high school is my fondest memory up until today because it was such a long-awaited, unstipulated moment due to my mental health struggles, loss of identity, and loss of faith. All of my roadblocks have shaped me into the person I am today. If it wasn’t for the people and most importantly, God, around me that helped me every step of the way, I wouldn’t be as strong as I am right now. My whole experience with my mental health and loss of identity struggles made graduation ever more…

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  • Personal Narrative: Shakopee High School

    Even though everyone who goes to Shakopee High School knows about this situation, they do not know how much it has significantly affected my life. My life changed last year in so many ways. In some ways this has given me more opportunities, but in most cases this event has negatively changed everything around me. Worst of all it has made me lose many friends, given me a bad reputation, and has made everyone think that I am someone that I am not. People I had never met did not like me,…

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  • Personal Narrative: Mission High School

    Last year, I attended Mission high school and learned many things throughout my four years of school. There were many resources that I was able to take advantage of to help me learn. For example, the technology that was offered to us make learning easier and more enjoyable. Although, there were also many things I wish I could have changed. Such as dress code, school food, and the school length period. One of the biggest problems I faced while in high-school was the school food we…

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  • Personal Narrative-Conditioning In High School

    after I finished playing Mozart’s “Viennese Sonata.” I stood up from the piano bench, bowed and the audience began to applaud; immediately I left the stage as the crimson curtains closed. I broke into a series of miserable sobs; it felt like my whole world was plummeting before my eyes. The term atrocious would be an understatement to describe the chaos that had occurred. Whether it was the nervousness that I felt as I performed in the presence of my family or in the intimacy of the venue, I…

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  • Personal Narrative: Coming Into High School

    Coming into high school for the first time was a huge transition. When in middle school, the eighth graders were the top of the school. We were the ones that all of the younger students looked up to. We got the most playing times in the sports that we played. The teachers expected us to know all of the rules and such at the school. We knew that we were moving on to bigger and better things but once we hit the high school, the tables turned. One our first day as freshman, the class of 2016 got…

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  • Personal Narrative: High School Swim

    I was in my sophomore year in high school and I was preparing for a swim meet on a Thursday in February. It was high school sectionals and East Noble is part of a really tough section. East Noble has a fairly small swim team and swimmers usually don’t make is past sectionals into state, at least in the past few years. It’s rare that the guys even have individuals that make it into finals. Regardless of the odds, I always have to do my best and that was what I planned on doing. I woke up that…

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  • Personal Narrative-Attending High School

    of four; I have one sister, and two passive parents who emphasize strength and the importance of appearance. Education, never being highlighted in my house, clarifies why I went to the school that I did. If I attempted to portray my school as small that would be an understatement. There were typically around forty…

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