Student, Shadow Ridge High School, Class of 2015,
Sure with all my passionate words from my previous answers you would think I would say yes, but I would say no to be fully honest. Anyone could list a number why they don't want to, even the student body council president had a few words to say about Shadow for his Senior quote. I enjoy the community well some of it at the very least, but I came to Shadow during my sophomore year and by that time everyone already formed their groups and had friends so I felt isolated from everyone and just unwelcomed one day my Aunt came to pick me up she was shown a very inappropriate gesture, but now that I'm a Senior and I put myself out there it's better now. Although for the academic portion some days I just don't feel motivated to do anything, because I don't feel challenged it all feels like busy work that the teacher gives us brain numbing work because of how easy the work is. Some of the classes I take do motivate me to do and try my very best in, but for a majority many of the courses teachers just don't seem to motivate me enough. And isn't that their job as a teacher to do, to motivate and inspire us?