Humans of sophomore honors: Grace N

This document is my Humans of sophomore English interview, with Grace Nelson. I asked her about family school and how they have affected her at a young age.

By Symphony H. from Eureka High School in California

“When I was in elementary school I started getting really good grades and I felt really accomplished so then I just kept chasing that feeling and I just haven’t really stopped.”

“My Mom, just because watching everything that she does and everything. She just inspires me.”

“Easter, my family goes pretty hard on Easter a lot of gatherings and food and all that stuff.”

“My Grandpa, I’ve just always been really close with him and he’s been watching me ever since I was little.”

Eureka High School

Soph Honors, 1st Period

Sophomore Honors English

More responses from Eureka High School

Surprise Me

More responses from California

Surprise Me

More responses about "community", "culture", " education", "family", and "home"

Surprise Me

Our Democracy

The Our Democracy Education Project is a partnership with the National Writing Project and PhotoWings. PhotoWings' mission is to help photography to be better understood, created, utilized, seen, and saved. The project is also supported by the National Geographic Society and Catchlight, and explores the question, “What does democracy look like?” through the creation of a multimedia record of the state of local, everyday democracy today.