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I choose gratefulness

I gave up cool weather, great shopping and familiar friends all for Fresno? Yep, that was the case.

I was dragged to Fresno two years ago; it was a hard move, but I got use to it. I had come from a relatively small school, but insisted on attending Clovis West High and well, Iím here now do I need to say more?

Fresno Christian has been a great school for me; I have made friends here that are great and even though we only met last year, we have made many great memories.

Graduation is coming and I can finally take a deep breath and look back on all that I have accomplished and laugh at some of the moments that I have endured. The memories that I have made on campus are memories that I will take with me and remember for many years to come.

The small school atmosphere has made it possible for me to get to know my fellow classmates on a much more intimate level. I know that I can trust my fiends with anything that their views are seen from the same Christian outlook in which I see things.

The teachers are willing to spend much more time with you and their care for your actual wellbeing shines through. The difference in attitudes is one major difference that has impacted my time here at Fresno Christian.

In the short time that I have been here, I will take with me a firm belief in my faith. I will be forever grateful for the sacrifices that my parents have made to ensure that I receive a quality education.

Although many times in the course of the past two years I have wished that I went to a larger more diverse school, I learned to be grateful with the blessings that God has given me.

I appreciate what the school offers to my fellow graduates and me.

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    Heather LichtiAug 26, 2009 at 11:27 am

    I wish you all could have heard Nacoya screaming! “I’m gonna die” and “Jesus save me” were just a few of her many screams. That trip was a highlight of my summer.