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Class Rank: 2/244 My most difficult time in my life is when my mother did not have enough money to pay for my education. She had to borrow money from bank to send me to school. There were times when she failed to make the payment, the bank people came to our house and took her belongings. My dream is to be a surgical doctor. In order to reach my dreams I have to study hard, especially the subjects like Physics, Biology and Chemistry. And also learn from those successful surgeons. My happiest moment is when I learned well and scored the best among my fellow students. The moment I felt proud of myself is when I got A grade in Standard 7 National Exam. After I become a doctor I plan to help the sick people in my community. I also plan to help the School Fund by donating to it, so more needy students like me can continue their education.

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Joshua P.'s Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Form 4
2017 Form 3
2016 Form 2

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Hi School Fund Students

Sorry it took me a while to write to you. For those of you who is receiving my journal the first time, let me introduce myself.

My name is Indy. I am currently living at the same town as Ms Judy. She and I went to high school together. I am so happy to have this opportunity to get to know you.

I used to work with computers for many many years. Do you like to use computers?

Yesterday I met with some of my old school friends for lunch. These are the friends I have for almost 50 years. We talked about our school days when we were 12 years old.
It brought many happy memories.

Do you enjoy your school? Now is the time to form good friendship with your classmates? What do you do with your classmates? Do you study together? Do you talk and share secrets? I know you have a lot of study to do. Hopefully you can find some time to do some fun stuff with your friends.

Please write back to let me know what interests you.

Until next time,
your friend,
Indy
Hello Madam Karen,
It is my hope that you are doing fine back to me, thanks to God I am doing fine in most of my deeds.

Well, thanks to God that we started our annual examination on Monday which are the exams of finalizing the Form three education year and we finished them today. In my consideration the exams were normal thus nor simple nor hard but I think it is because I a bit prepared myself for it. Today teacher has announced us that we are going to have a short break till 8th of next month for we didn't have one on September. So once we go to school on 8th there we will receive our reports on what we sow for all this term of study. My plan right now is to start preparing for Form four topics so as to reduce the luggage once the Form four study begin, though now we are going on with carrying out different projects or known to be research.

I am looking forward to hear from you. I am wishing you blessed weekend.
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