Module 6 Reflections

It’s past 3am and I don’t quite know what I’m doing with my life. But my life is kind of nice right now, except for the looming AP World History exam. Module 6 is over, and I only have 5 more weeks until the end of the school year. I’m sort of ready for sophomore year to end, despite all the good things it has brought to me.

Module 6 was a pretty relaxed module. My three classes were AP World History IV, Algebra II-II, and Latin I-II. Algebra and Latin were sort of easy this module, and so was AP World History. Except for this week, when everything was due all at the same time, I wasn’t very stressed. Orchestra and choir was also very relaxed.

So much learning happens outside of school. I started reading a lot of books on philosophy and psychology again. It’s so nice to read books that aren’t assigned. I’ve also been working on languages, like Chinese and Danish. I’ve been writing journal entries in Danish and that feels nice.

In Module 7 I’ll be taking Biology III, Latin I-III, and Algebra II-III, although not in that order. I can’t wait to be done with my AP exam and spend more time exploring what I love to do. Because as much as school is important, the most important thing in high school is to discover yourself, I think.

Have a nice weekend, and thanks for reading my blog.

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Module 6 Reflections

Taraxacum Officinale

It’s been ages since I’ve updated. Sorry about that. My life has been busy but good. This will be a short and sweet post containing three photos.

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Photo #1: Path from the Hurd Gymnasium
Spring is finally here. The days are warm and I had my first Founder’s Day. Lucy Madeira is the founder of my school, and Founder’s Day is a surprise celebration of her birthday. We had no classes, ate strawberries and ice-cream, and played outside.

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Photo #2: Dandelions behind North Dorm
Dandelions are everywhere on campus. The binomial name for dandelions is taraxacum officinale. I really enjoy blowing on the fluffy, ripe ones. Two times a teacher stopped me while I was blowing on them and asked me if I was smoking.

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Photo #3: The Huffington Library before Study Hall
This is a photo of the Huffington Library that I took earlier in the year. It’s such a nice space to be in. I spend Study Hall and most of my Saturdays in there.

I hope you enjoyed the photos! Life is going really quite well for me right now, so I hope the peace lasts. Plus, I can’t believe there are only 47 more days until the last day of school. Sophomore year is going by fast.

Taraxacum Officinale