What I Learned
At my time at Judge, I have taken over 34 different classes. 8 classes a semester, never any frees or study times. I did this to learn,to be educated to the max. What have I learned? Honestly, I don't remember a lot of the physical lessons nor have I memorized any quotes from my favorite lectures. I seemed to have learned more about life then academics from just being in this odd social experiment called high school.
Yet, even thorough the trials and tribulations of high school, I have learned in my classes. The most interesting thing I have ever learned was about ancient Egyptians in Mr. Hill's world history class my Freshman year. This class was just simply fun where toilet paper mummifying was just part of the lesson. This ancient culture fascinated me and the time we spent on it was my favorite period at Judge. In my life, I will probably not use my limited knowledge of ancient Egyptians, but it will always be there with a mental image of a toilet paper strewn room.