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Dedication, hard work and discipline comprise a superficial list of extremely important values that are incorporated in my day-to-day life. Being a part of a family of 11, a strict structured schedule and exceptional time management skills are developed at a young age. Almost all my siblings are adopted from different backgrounds making my family dynamics tremendously diverse. My two moms have devoted their life to adopting kids in need and by adopting them it opens a world of opportunities that every imaginable to them. Coming from a big family, finical aid is necessary for me to attend college. I am not adopted but I accept all my siblings as if they were related to me. My parents strive for me to have the best options available, so they encourage that I participate in extracurricular activities. Throughout my high school journey, I have participated in multiple different activities including football, cross-country, basketball, wrestling, track and field, the national honor society, the climbing club, a weightlifting club, band, and pep-band. Other interests that I engage in outside of school are boy scouts, the Mine Yard Dogs wrestling club, and Silver Bow Youth Leaders. Over my 17 years of life, I have also acquired some hobbies that I like to take part in during my free time. Some hobbies of mine include bowling, solving Rubik’s cubes, performing magic card tricks, reading books, and volunteering my time to give back to the community. I have a part time job that includes cleaning my mom’s private practice building every weekend and, in the summer, I split wood for people. As a student, I try to take the most rigorous classes available to expand my knowledge and to challenge myself. During my academic exploration, I have taken many AP level classes as well as a plethora of honor classes. My grade point average is a 3.7, and the reason for that is because when challenged with difficult materials and subjects I continue with the course. I could have dropped the difficult courses and went into easier classes to achieve a 4.0 grade point average, but my values have always steered me towards difficult tasks to expose me to failure. I believe that one grows as an extremely faster rate and becomes more knowledgeable when they fail because it forces them to learn.
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