I spent five years at Fenn, oblivious, until I finally opened my eyes. When I did, I realized all I had missed, the little things had come and gone like the wind. Walking into ninth grade, I found one tiny grain of wisdom, this is my last year at Fenn. I wanted to make the most of the year and as long as I remained as positive as possible I would make the most of the year. Staying at Fenn has not been what I planned for, I had believed I was going to a secondary school until I heard news, news that complicated things. I realized I was going to have to either stay at Fenn or go on to Lincoln Sudbury. Having chosen Fenn, my mind was filled with thoughts, ideas and plans. I wanted to make the most of the year. I was a part of every club or group such as Diversity, and Youth in Philanthropy. I had been quite negative and pessimistic in seventh and eight grade and this year was redemption for me.
This year had been a year to make friendships and grow as a person. I entered the ninth grade at Fenn with a good attitude; a willingness to try new things; and most importantly of all, a desire to be the best I could be. With a good attitude and a positive mindset your darkest moments will always have a guiding light.