I graduated school and I’m now off to College; I’m really excited because I’ll finally be able to start more school on the career I want to pursue, I get to be away from home, and I get to meet new people. I’m a bit nervous though because I will actually have to be an adult, take care of myself, budget so I don’t go broke, stay safe so then I don’t get killed or anything, and I’ll be away from my family. I’m generally a very nervous person so being by myself for a while away from the safety of my home will be nerve racking but I think if I either live at home and drive to classes or live with roommates I’ll be okay. Even though I’m nervous; I’m also excited about all the opportunities I’ll be able to experience. I think everything will turn out alright in the end and I just need to face it all head on with all the pros and cons.
The Rutherford Scholarship is a high school achievement scholarship named in honour to Alexander Rutherford who had the distinction of being Alberta first minister of education and premier. This scholarship is to reward and recognize academic achievements of senior high students. You’re only able to obtain the Rutherford scholarship once by passing the course requirements which are, ex: For grade 11 average 75.0% and 79.9% in five courses you can get $500, average 80% or higher you can get $800
My three main hobbies are listening to music, drawing, and watching anime.
I enjoy drawing because I’m able to express how I’m feeling through drawings, I can let go of any stress, fears, and frustrations through drawing pictures. drawing can be very time consuming so throughout drawing I enjoy watching anime. I find anime fascinating because there is a wide variety of genres for it so there can be an anime out there for everyone, there is also a cultural difference so I can see a little bit into what Japanese culture is like. When I’m not watching anime I’m listening to music, music brings me into a different world where I can just be and exist without any disturbances.