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When things began to change for me was during my late third grade year I was being informed by my mother that we were moving to a new neighborhood and that my little sister and I were being transferred to new schools The emotions that rushed through me were sadness excitement and fear Sadness in that I was leaving behind the friends that I made along the years at being at my old school the house I mainly grew up in and how many fond memories were there Where fear sets in I was petrified that I wasnt going to like the new school I was being transferred to or I wouldnt make any new friends No one was as wonderful and fun as my friends back at my old school During the month of March throughout the entire summer we spent some time going house hunting and found one that we began to move into On the first day my mother little sister and I went to go and register at the new school Turns out the school was too packed to accept any more children What did my mother do She re-registered us back into our old school Not much changed over those last five years I attended that school Other than that I wanted to do more in the engineering field learn more science and math skills improve everything I failed or lacked in and also improve my attendance I achieved more than I thought I did as for my final year of graduating my little sister was going to transfer to the new school we were supposed to go to when we were starting the fourth grade On my freshman year she graduated that first year she attended with honors Throughout my high school year I attended afterschool programs which were Robotics Mentor Motors and Techs Girl Soccer Team During the day I helped teachers in my classes or collected
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