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         Hi! My name is Celeena, and I'm a huge fan of anything baseball or hockey related. I'm in 3 different bowling leagues, I've been playing violin for 9 years, and I love a good game of ultimate frisbee. I am also a competitive horseback rider and own a horse named Indie. My plans for after high school are to attend college and become a dental hygienist. 

        I chose to take Physics this year for a couple different reasons. #1 Because I already took Biology and AP Biology as well as Chemistry, and I thought that Physics would show that I am a well rounded science student. And #2 because I enjoy science classes and learning about what they have to offer. Sometimes theories exhaust and frustrate me, because I like a lot of factual evidence, but I hope to gain a better understanding of energy and motion and what else goes on in the universe. 

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I love ultimate frisbee too! :) Being a dental hygienist sounds interesting, I'm sure physics will help you understand science better in preparation for that since it's technically "the study of everything."

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That's really cool about wanting to be a dental hygienist, that's a career that you don't hear a lot about and I bet it's really interesting. You'll be able to tell us which class is better, ap bio or physics?? I bet we all know the answer to that!! Lol good luck with physics.

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Not to mention all the physics and collisions and bowling.  I have an artificial shoulder so I can't bowl myself anymore, but love taking my kids (even if I'm constantly thinking about conservation of momentum!)

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Deciding to take a lot of science will definitely look great on your college applications and give you a good background for some of the classes you will be taking later!

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