I am very excited to be attending Thunder Ridge. I think I have many opportunities to grow as a student and become smarter.
I personally love animals and have a pet dog named Apollo. I personally think adopting dogs is the way to go because you give dogs another chance at a good life. When I first got my dog he had bad separation anxiety and would be sad when we left. He is now much better is fine being on his own.
Books! I have always enjoyed a good read be it fiction or non-fiction. I have read books ranging from WWII survivor stories to ancient mythology. I find joy in all sorts of reading.
the study of history has always been a fun topic for me. Whether it is American Colonialism or the Cold War I have always found it interesting and intriguing. But out of all sub-topics in history ancient history has been my favorite. I always liked to imagine what life would have been like as a person living in ancient Greek, Roman or Egyptian times. This has always helped me in school because it is simply easier to listen and lean about something you like.
Ever since I first began skiing I always enjoyed it. Be it moguls or groomed slopes I always found seemingly endless fun in the sport. I typically ski with my family although I have gone with friends. I find it fun and relaxing, despite being exhausted after hours on the slopes. Out of all winter sports I find this one to be the most enjoyable for me as it offers great time for bonding with others over a mutual hobby.
Soccer is a big part of my life currently. I love to play soccer and I am going to try and play for the Thunder Ridge soccer team. I have been playing soccer for 8-9, and I still like it just as much as when I'd started. I've learned to put forth my best effort in my time playing soccer, my coaches have always encouraged my teammates and I to do our absolute best. I have also learned the importance of good teamwork and communication. I learned this through repeated failures in the sport, be it a missed pass or a loss of a game. Soccer has been a major factor in deciding who I am.