Presentation on theme: "T HE L IFE OF W ILLIAM P. From humble beginnings to prosperous high school years."— Presentation transcript:
T HE L IFE OF W ILLIAM P. From humble beginnings to prosperous high school years
F ACTS A BOUT ME I have traveled to Canada. I am a National Champion in roller hockey. I have worked at the movie theater for almost 2 years. I’m going to college at the University of Louisville. In my free time I like to read magazines such as Forbes.
W HAT I WANT OTHERS TO SAY ABOUT ME That my smile bring them joy and happiness. I am gifted in sports and academics. That I am an amazing dancer.
T HING I WANT TO IMPROVE ON Relieving and reducing the amount of stress that I have. I want to improve on my ability to forgive people because we all make mistakes. Lastly I want to improve my patience, because I always seem to be in a rush for things.
T HINGS I AM PROUD OF Getting the commonwealth diploma. Being a Ky Scholar. Being named assistant captain of my roller hockey team.
P EOPLE THAT I WANT TO MEET Warren Buffet Steve Jobs Jim Carrey
P LACES I WANT TO V ISIT Italy Spain Germany
S ONG The song that I would have to say best describes me would have to be “I Gotta feeling,” by the Black Eyed Peas. This song is about enjoying life and living it to the fullest, which has always been my motto. In addition its upbeat pace is similar to the way in which I live my life with hardly any time to just sit back and relax. Lastly there are lines that relates to how I feel about things such as, “ I feel stressed out and wanna let it go.”
W HAT M OVIE DESCRIBES MY SCHOOL YEAR SO FAR The movie that I would have to say that describes my school year so far would have to be Miracle. Miracle is the story of the 1980’s USA hockey, made of mostly college kids, overcoming great struggles to beat the Soviets. For me I feel as if this year and the rest of my high school years, have been about challenging myself and overcoming struggles such as time management. While I don’t have an elaborate Olympic ceremony, my graduation does take the place of it.