• Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone was musically talented? Well, for those who are, they have the potential to make it big, to make a living off of their skills, to become nationally known. The likelihood is very slim and very few people make it to stardom. The window is small and it takes every ounce of passion to make it, and I think that I have that passion. I will not leave it to chance, however, for I will still go to college and have a part-time job to support my band. I would like to live in a nice, sunny place like California. So begins my life after Pinecrest.
    When i was in high school,my classmates told me that someone`s adored me ..YAY .! ..it sounds great ..! ..when i ask her whO adored me ,he says,MY CRUSH ..
    and at that time ..
    i enjoyed going to school even though i`m tired enough to go there ..
    and when my crush told me that he likes me ,[PERSONALLY .]
    hE even stare my eyes and hold my hand as if i`m the only person ..
    but that was happen at the school campus .!
    YAY ..i`m so frustrated at that time ...
    and soon enough ..
    he courted me ..
    but BASTED,xempre ..
    high school is high school ..
    no other fact
    even though you`re experiencing some
    you must prioritize your studies. .
    that was the lesson i learned in high school teachers ..^^
    To become an established musician, I will need an education to help support myself. My plan is to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I want to go there because it is a respectable yet affordable college. I don’t want to move too far away until I am done with college because I am familiar with this area. I will be able to concentrate on my studies more than I would if I was in an unfamiliar place. I will have a double major of Music and Mathematics. I will attend for four years or until I get my Bachelors degree. While I am in college, I plan to live in the campus housing. Depending on my grades in high school, I will have gotten extra college course hours for my Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses.
    At the end of my Junior Year in high school, I will be taking the AP exam for Computer Science. If I make a four on this test, it will award me three hours of college credit. In my Senior Year in high school, I will be taking the IB Math Methods I and AP Chemistry exam which will award me six and four to eight credit hours respectively, depending on my score. Because of this, my exact college path is yet to be decided, but I know what I want to be in the end, a Musician.