Worldview : Historical Context Of Your Pre Collegiate Education

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Worldview: Historical context of your Pre-Collegiate Education The school I attended from P-12 was located in a suburban area. It had one campus that had grades K-2 through 12th grade. There were a total of about 300 students in the entire school. The classroom sizes ranged from about 8 students to about 24 in each class. The majority of the students in the school were Caucasian. I would say at least 90% of the students were Caucasian, 5% African American, and the other 5% was a mixture of the other races. The school I attended was a private school so, it was not funded by the government and, as far as I know, there was no financial assistance provided for any students. The only financial assistance provided was if you had more than 3 …show more content…

Some of my weaknesses in school was, I was always so shy outside of my school. Since I was attending such a small school, my social skills were one of my biggest weakness. I also believe this school was the reason for this. Since this was such a small school, I never really got to experience big crowds. Prior Experience: Positive Pre-Collegiate Education Experience During my schooling experience, I had many positive experiences. Some of them would have to be getting female athlete of the year my junior and senior year, getting MVP of the volleyball and basketball team, and graduating with a 4.0 GPA. I would not have been able to accomplish any of this without the support of my family, teachers, friends, and coaches. My family gave me finical support so I could completely focus on my academics. They also encouraged me all the way through. My teachers also wanted what was best for me and they helped me in any way possible. My friends were always there with me through the thick and thin no matter if it was homework stress, or there from me after a rough game. My coaches were supportive in my academic and with my sports. I had some of the most encouraging coaches through my schooling years. Having all these wondering people in my life as a student made me realize how blessed I truly am. It made me want to strive to do better because I knew I was making them proud. I would not have been able to accomplish all that I did without

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