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Hi I'm Reed and I go to west irondequoit high school. I will be going into my senior year and I super excited about the fact that I am senior class president for the second year in a row. I am also a dancer I have been dancing for 11 years, I am also the captain of the varsity swim team for the second year in a row. I also love to read books, listen to music, hang with my friends, and learning something new.

In high school you are told to take three years of science and the fourth year is optional, you decide if you would like to continue on with science. I had originally planned not to go into a fourth year of science because I am not a science person and I do not do well, however my counselor convinced me otherwise. She told me that many colleges look if you have taken four years of science and they prefer that you continue with science as long as you can. I decided that she was right and I picked physics because i really want to shot a catapult and make bottle rockets. That to me makes science more fun and interesting.

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Hey Im in your class, and I am glad that you are doing four years of science because I think that it will please collages as well.  Best of luck in this class!!  :D

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Hi Reed! I admire your ambition to keep busy in school - remember that if you need any help with physics this year, Mr. Fullerton, Miss Lawson and I will be here to help you along the way!

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Four years of science does look great on a college application and physics is fun so I'm glad you signed up for the class! I danced all through college and there is a lot of physics behind the graceful movements that I think you would find very interesting! 

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Swim team captain and senior class president?! That's awesome! It's also a good idea to keep college expectations in mind in order to excel and create opportunities for yourself whether it be scholarships,etc. (:

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Hello I am also in your physics class. You seem like a very driven and dedicated student and I am sure you will do fine in this class :)

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