Having a unique experience of changing schools during a crucial time in a growing teenager's life has given me a very helpful insight on what to expect in the future.
When I was young,
I attended a C
atholic elementary school. It
was diverse in its students but not in religion. We [This reads as the school, do you mean your family though?]
followed a strict C
atholic view on life and our work revolved on that view.
I felt devastated
a little angry, but most of all I was scared. I was not only going to be leaving
my friends behind,
but I would also be enrolling in a New York City (add the formal name, I took a guess)
Public School. There was not much
left for me to that I could
do except to learn to adapt to my new environment. As soon as I entered P.S. 27,
it was as if I entered a new world. It was nothing like the C
atholic school I had
attended ; it
was much more diverse in almost every aspect. The classes were very decorative and displayed more liberal art. T
he teachers were male and female and
not they were not the
which I was accustomed.
to, and T
here were people of all races and religions.
Having a unique experience of changing schools during a crucial time in a growing teenager's life has given me
on as to
what to expect in the future.
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