It’s now official: Middle School is over. High School, here I come! Although I was sad when the last day of co-op came around, it did not show because I was too excited for drama camp, which started when the last bell rang at co-op. Next year I will be attending GMC (Greer Middle College Charter High School). If you will be attending GMC next year to, let me know in the comments below. Below are some pics taken during the last day of The Upstate Homeschool Co-op’s 2014-2015 school year.
A couple weeks ago my Literature classmates and I presented projects for Alice in Wonderland. Our teachers added that, if we dressed up like a character from the book, we would receive extra credit. Below are some pictures of some of those who partook in this bonus.
The 2013-2014 school year went by super fast. Before I could think it was Monday again, but not just any Monday, it was the last Monday middle school students would be attending the Upstate Homeschool Co-op. Not feeling like saying, “goodbye”, I brought my camera with me to take pictures of my classmates. (By the way the last Monday was Classy Day if you end up wondering why some people are dressed up.)
I was surprised that lots of people did not want their picture taken. That’s why most of my pictures did not turn out as I wished since I had to take pictures without capturing certain people. Oh, well. The following Wednesday was the official last day, however, the only class I took on Wednesdays was General Science. I cannot wait until UHC begins this fall.
In September of 2013 I began my school year with the Upstate Homeschool Co-op. Before school started I had a feeling that I would be the shy girl who always sat by herself but after a few weeks I had made a couple new friends and was being my self. (Which means I was back to talking a lot.) The four classes I took there were General Science, Grammar, Literature Analysis, and World Geography.
Earlier in the year I had come to UHC’s open house. That day people from the Logos Theater were passing out flyers for a Drama Camp they do ever year for UHC students. I asked my Mom if I could be in it and she said yes. A couple weeks after auditions I found out that I was to be a walk-on in the play A Basket of Flowers. I had so much fun during the week we spent rehearsing that I forgot I even had a part. When UHC began I found myself constantly thanking the Lord that I was in that play because now I knew the cast and since they attended UHC I was not friendless.