Changing from junior high school to high school was a scary
experience at first. I didnÃÂ¢ ÃÂ®t really know what to expect. I thought and
knew it was going to be a lot harder than junior high school. I had
friends that made this transition with me, but I knew I was going to meet
more people and make some new friends. I have always been one of the
best athletes on every sports team I played on and I knew there was going
to be a lot of competition.
My freshman and sophomore year in high school was the hardest. I
wasnÃÂ¢ ÃÂ®t used to doing a lot of homework because in junior high school I
got it all done in class. The students were a lot different and more
mature. There were older students that were looked up at by the younger
students because they were the most popular in school and were great
athletes. I always hoped that I would be a great athlete and would be
looked up to as a role model. My grades were very low because I wasnÃÂ¢ ÃÂ®t
focused or motivated by school. These two years were the hardest out
of all my years in high school.
My junior and senior year was the best high school years I have
ever had. These are the years I had to get myself focused and start
looking toward my future. These two years made me motivated to want to do
well in school because it was going to determine my life. The
competition on the football field begin to get a lot easier for me because I had
great natural talent. I always knew I would be a great football player
because I put my heart into everything I did with football and...