justanotherinspiredsoul

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Jefferson HS - San Antonio ISD

San Antonio, TX

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High School:

Jefferson HS - San Antonio ISD

What is your favorite subject in school?

history,science, and even math

What are your goals or plans after graduation?

I plan to attend college and set out to experience the amazing adventures that life has in store for me.

What are the challenges and tradeoffs in pursuing higher education? Is it worth it?

They are difficult because a lot of the time your never really to sure if your going to move. Your never to sure about anything, but that is the most beautiful thing about life that everything is always changing and the best way to look back on things is with a laugh!And of course pursuing anything that is of challenge to you because not only does it look good on you for college, but also gives you more of something to look forward to each day without having to feel bored.

How is getting a degree or certificate going to change your life?

Every where pretty much nowadays requires a degree. At least you know that if you want to get a really good career that you would enjoy you have to work for it.

How are you going to use your education to make your generation the most successful ever?

I want to inspire others to do for themselves and maybe even along the way pay it forward by inspiring someone else. I plan to do well for myself so others can see that it is possible no matter where you come from there is always a way to turn your life around! It all takes time, effort, and faith. You MUST always believe that everything will be alright in the outcome.

Why are you Generation TX?

I am generation TX because not only have I come this far to be who I am. Also to Maybe somehow change the world's perspective:)

What is your favorite quote?

"Don't worry about a thing, cause every little thing is ganna be alright!" - Bob Marley