Dear Class Of 2018,
Congratulations on making it this far. You have put in a lot of effort to get where you are but don't stop now. You may have had a rough start but there's always time to pick it back up. My Freshman year was one of the hardest years of my life. I had to realize that the teachers are not going to hold your hand or tell you when the homework is due everyday. High school gets you prepared for the real life. I am going to share a story with you of how one class changed my perspective of high school.
Spanish always seemed to be the hardest class ever to me. I always thought it was the teacher ...view middle of the document...
I wasn't even trying to do any work but long story short i ended up failing the class. I failed the class I didn't even know what to think all I knew was that I disappointed everybody especially myself. I really couldn't believe it. All I wished for is that I could have either did my work in the online class or either just stayed in the class. I will never forget that moment in my life I still wish I could take that back. During my Junior year i took the class again, I still didnt really like the teacher but i tried my best to understand the language and i worked really hard on passing the class. I did really good and I ended up passing the class, not only passing the class but getting A B. I'm telling you that it is not impossible to fail, it happened to me it can happen to anyone if you allow yourself to go down that path. My advice to you is stay focused and always put school first I promise you will feel better about yourself. When you get good grades you just feel really confident and really proud of yourself. Always remember not to slack off and keep pushing and do you best. You don't want your senior year to be hard so you want to pass all of your classes. I want to end this by saying that I am proud of the work you have done so far and you should also be proud but remember not to get cocky and think that everything is going to be easy, trust me it only gets harder. Good luck in the future and don’t forget what I told you.