There was this one English project freshman year where we had to make Romeo-and-Juliet-esque skits. I was in a group with Andrew Tran, Sean Lee, Alex Eager, and Nicholas Chung. Andrew wrote the entire script by himself - thank you Andrew :D - giving it a bug-project spin, and it was great. I still have it in a folder in my email LOL. I’ll never forget how Alex slapped Andrew right across the face and everyone’s shocked reaction to it. That was a completely feel-good project during a pretty feel-good year, so it makes it onto my list of favorites.
The Spanish video projects from last year and this year were also tons of fun. Despite the amount of effort they took and the time they consumed, I got to work with fun people and always had a great time filming.
The class that I tried the hardest in was probably Honors Biology, second semester. After getting like D’s on the first couple tests, Alan’s mom introduced me to Chavez, a current AP Bio teacher who taught regular at the time. I started joining Alan’s tutoring sessions with Chavez just before first semester ended. She was a great tutor, managing to encompass multiple months’ worth of material into just a few hours, while making it interesting and easy to understand. For the first time, I actually felt like I understood the content. With new-found motivation, I legitly studied my ass off second semester and got an A in the class. Honors Bio wasn’t even challenging anymore. It’s so much easier to learn when you’re actually enjoying yourself.
This question is too hard… Especially since I don’t even have classes after lunch anymore. So all my lunches are pretty good now :D LOL
Why do I do this to myself