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At the beginning of high school just like many other individuals I was struggling with achieving the grades I aspired for not because I wasnt intelligent enough but because the potential inside of me was hiding behind a mind barrier Slowly my math 9 teacher started to see that when I concentrated the material came easily to me The following week he approached me and asked if I had applied to the AVID program yet which I hadnt he then demanded me to do so and without letting me ignore him he personally escorted me to counseling and helped me fill out the application A few months later I received a letter in the mail announcing to me that I was accepted into the programEvery year of the AVID program the teacher re-evaluates you to ensure one is making the course work for them and not just getting by Being in my junior years of high school my mind was still immature and did not fully see the importance of school which made AVID become a struggle for the teacher and me Thinking back now I can remember multiple times when I was determined to drop the program and give up but in the end I never let myself I kept pushing through because I knew I was able to change my habits Watching a few kids every year be removed from the classroom made me finally start to realize that I didnt want to let my parents teachers and mainly myself down and thats when I started struggling to do better Graduating from high school and through AVID has shown me that if I hadnt pushed myself through and gotten the grades that I desired and even higher I may have not found my strengths and the pathway I wanted to achieve which is Kinesiology Being apart of a diverse program with many different learning ways it showed me how everyone has their
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