Sampson Davis, George Jenkins, and Rameck Hunt, I literally work tirelessly in many educational and leadership roles. I sleep no more than six hours a night because of my desire to proficiently meet many of my commitments. Throughout my life, I have labored as long and as hard as I possibly can to outcome beneficial changes in both school and society. During the summer of seventh grade, I took a pediatrics course at Metro Technical Community High School with students from Kansas City, Kansas, Springfield and Kansas City, Missouri. Correspondingly, during the summer following eighth grade, I was one of 30 students to attend Medical School in the medicines at Fisk University. At Fisk, I took three 30-minute courses to see what kind of medical assistant would be best for me, and I am currently participating in an acid reflux and DT research project. For my independent research project, I used information for the medical doctors who are current alumnae's of Fisk University. With the information I determined that DT (Delirium Tremens) is a disorder perception brought on by trauma associated with alcoholism and I also learnt the first aid for DT. I used the bits of information to find out that these victims may suffer distinctive tremors, frightening hallucinations, rapid pulse, periods of profuse sweating and an overwhelming feeling of terror.
In obsession to learning medicinal, pediatrics and first aid, I recently lectured a vocational class on special relativity at the request of the teacher. After the lecture a student bought information on the medical field she wanted to go into. Inspiring other students to hunt for knowledge kindles my own quest to understand the world and the people around me. As a member of National Honor Society, help students with various difficulties in many subject areas. In addition, I am ranked number 3 in my class with a 100 on a pre Map examination test. I take the hardest possible English and Reading 180 classes that are offered to freshmen in my high school.