personal essay

Submitted By Alexa-Kniseley
Words: 683
Pages: 3

The Journey Ever since I have been a little kid people have always asked me what I want to be when I grow up. Just a couple years ago is when I actually got a feel for what I want to do for the rest of my life. I have figured out that I would like to go to a four year university, cheer in college, and go to medical school. One of the most important things for me to accomplish in life is to go to a four year university. I have worked really hard in school to keep my grades at a 3.5 G.P.A. or higher. I have also enrolled myself in harder classes like, English honors, Algebra 2 trig, and chemistry. I also got accepted into a volunteer program at my mom’s hospital over the summer, but I had to decline the offer because I had other things going on. I am hoping next summer I will be able to participate in that program. One of the four year universities I really want to go to is UCLA. This university interests me because it is very well known; also because it is a very big and nice campus with lots of programs and classes I’m interested in enrolling myself in. I am also very interested in cheering in college. As of right now I have cheered for nine years. Seven of those years were as a Vikings cheerleader; the other two were here at Royal. To help improve myself in cheer I take tumbling classes at Cheer Force. I have accomplished in getting my back handspring and I have moved on to getting a back tuck, also known as a backflip. As of right now I am a sophomore on varsity which is helping me improve because each day I strive to be as good as all of the people older than me on my team. I also want to be a cheerleader in college because when you are on a cheer team or on any team in that matter you are able to gain a second family from it. They are people you can go to with any problem or situation and they will help you through it, no matter what. At one point during my life in college I would like to be accepted into a medical program. I would need to be accepted into a medical program to become an L&D nurse or a stem cell researcher. Going to UCLA would actually really help with this because they already have a medical program at UCLA so if I got accepted into it, I wouldn’t…