Making the most of four years
In the beginning, I didn’t feel like I belonged until pretty much the end of my sophomore year. I do have certain people in this school who have impacted me and changed my life. One is Dr. Avila, for involving me in so many different things and instilling that he sees something in me. Also, I would say Ms. Pinto because I came in and I love to sing, so I did chorus. She put me in Madrigals my sophomore year. Normally it’s not for students who are so young, but she thought that I was prepared for that and it made me feel, once again, that I did belong. Ever since then I’ve been so busy and involved in any type of club or organization. That’s what led me to be class president and so many other things.
Just by being involved you get to know more people and you get to create so many different friends. We always say you have four years but you take this for a lifetime. What you make of your four years is what you instill in your life and it impacts your future.
I think it’s rewarding to know that with all that you’ve done these past four years, you get to take it on a different step and different path. It’s just nice to know that it leads to a bunch of excitement and I can’t wait for that.