Since I am a new student to the East High School family, everybody is curious to learn more about me. Many diverse views might contribute to the solution to your question. Every individual evolves and grows through time, so everyone, including me, has a unique image to paint.
So let me introduce myself: my name is Elijah Delgado. I am a senior and 17 years old. In my family, I am the second-oldest child. I am the only boy among my four sisters. Because my sisters are always together and I am alone in my room, being the only boy might be lonely at times. One of the things I like about my sisters is that they make sure I don't feel left out.
I like to think of myself as a really responsible, clever, funny, and hardworking person. I try to avoid having to talk to people or engage in social activities until I feel comfortable. I am that student who pays attention to everything that is going on around me. I make a lot of effort to get along well with my teacher. As a friend, I keep to myself, but after I get to know you and appreciate you as a person, I become less reserved and even a little obnoxious. I'm humorous and self-assured in what I do and what I stand for. Since I place a high value on honesty and loyalty, breaking either of those values can cause me to question our friendship.
I experienced many ups and downs throughout high school, with the downs outweighing the ups. But the challenges I overcame helped shape who I am now. My junior year was undoubtedly the most difficult for me, and I won't easily forget it. It was so horrible that I spent a month or so online because I was so miserable. Because of high school, I have learned a great deal about myself and made a lot of new friends. I couldn't have predicted where I would be now if you had asked me in my freshman year.
In my spare time, I enjoy going out with friends, playing volleyball, watching Netflix, shopping, and listening to music. No matter what kind of mood I'm in, I still enjoy listening to music, especially sad music. In my free time, I also have a tendency to overthink things. I can say right now that my mental health is better than it has ever been. However, my journey doesn't end here; I still have a lot of challenges to overcome. I can't wait to see what life has in store for me as the new chapter of my life shortly begins.