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MOOR VIEWPOINTS: Academically speaking, what is something you accomplished this year that you are proud of?

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“During Poetry sophomore Out Loud this year, it felt nerve-wrecking to be standing in front of the entire class and I am accomplished for saying the words with all of my confidence without stuttering.”
-Emily Lee, sophomore

“My biggest accomplishment would have to be maintaining a minimum of a B average in all my classes, and also finding time to keep school work first while being a member of the cross country and track team, and also working on weekends.”
-David Hernandez, senior

“Having finished my college applications on time is something I am proud of, especially with my other intense courses.”
-Vanessa Lam, senior

“Last year, I didn’t join any clubs and purely focused on my academic studies. This year, however, I joined over three clubs and am still maintaining good grades in all of my academic classes, even in my honors classes.”
-Michi Takagi, sophomore

“I was honored to be recommended by my teachers to become a member of the MESA club.”
-Sania Luna, junior

“I am proud of developing much more productive and effective study habits in comparison to last year, and not cowering when I decided to choose equally as, if not more, challenging classes compared to last year.”
-Benjamin Chen, junior

“As a junior, I’m proud of being able to maintain great grades with three AP classes while holding a leadership position in Speech and Debate. I’ve also been able to win more consistently at Speech and Debate tournaments, so it’s great that my hard work is starting to pay off!”
-Taylor Thomas, junior

“As a freshman, I am taking two honors classes and a combo class with honors/ AP Chemistry. In addition, I have joined two clubs. Furthermore, regardless [of] the fact that I sleep around 2, managing Academic Decathlon and Speech and Debate tournaments does make me feel pretty good.”
-Jason Zhu, freshman

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