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The End of an Era


Written by Eric

Okay, that title may be misleading…but it is indeed the end of an era for me. This year will be my last and final year in high school. That is huge, and means a lot in terms of what my future is. College is the next step, and I look upon it with excitement and hesitant joy for the unknown. After all, ten years of going to the same school and being in the same general location is a long term for anyone. My traveling legs are restless, and I hope to get them some exercise soon. Of course…I still have one more year to go, the most important year.

Reflecting on the Yesteryears

The past is the past and you can’t go back and change it no matter how hard you try. I can only hope for the best, and continue to try my hardest.

So what have I learned in the three years that I have been in high school? And what about all of those years starting from fourth grade that I have been in the Potomac School? Well, it’s been a lot to take in all these years…trying to figure who you are, and what you represent in a culture like my school. I often wonder how it would be if we didn’t have all of these famous people’s kids attending. It’s interesting to analyze who my friends are and used to be. But the one thing I have learned is to always look to the future, no matter how tough the road ahead may be. Because, the past is the past and you can’t go back and change it no matter how hard you try. I can only hope for the best, and continue to try my hardest.

Gearing up for One Last Run

And now that summer is coming to a close, school and college is weighing more heavily on my mind. While senior year should be easier, and somewhat less stressful…I’m unsure if that’s really quite true given my experiences so far just on trying to come up with a decent college essay. On top of that, choosing which early decision school I want to apply to is no easier task. At the very least, there is less busy work to do to prepare to school. That gives me more time to focus on the college stuff, and to get together my business plans as well. As they say, you never have enough time to do everything you want to.

Eric Huang


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