My school reflections
School. The majority of teens hate it, but for me, it has always been an integral part of my life. I've always liked going to school. Maybe because I didn't have anything else to do, or because all my friends were there, I'm not sure. But the school has always felt like home, which is why saying goodbye is so hard for me.
I still remember me on my first day of school, with two ponytails, a cute black skirt and a white shirt with little bows, sitting in front of my school with my soon to be best friends and waving at the camera. I remember cutting the big red bow on my classroom's door, going in for the first time, and though I have changed schools several times, the excitement that I had back then hasn't faded during these 12 years.
Since then I've changed a lot, and the school not only has given me basic knowledge, but it has also had the most impact on forming the person I am today. I have learned to communicate with people, to be openminded and ready for everything, to have and be able to express my own opinion, to improve myself and self-educate, to be more responsible, and to be my true self. I have also made many incredible friends, without whom I wouldn't be able to get this far.