Living With Down Syndrome: What is it like in School and where did I Go? And What Struggles do you have while in School?


I Went to the Rise School when I was 18 months Until the age of 5. Then I went to Bradford Elementary from age 5 until the age of 10 . And I went to highland Park Middle School from age 5 to age 14. I also went to Highland Park High School from age 15 to 19 . Then after I graduate from Highland Park High School I went to the University of central Missouri to attend a two year program called the Thrive Program.

What Struggles did I have in School? I was being bullied for the way I speak and look. I was also being looked down form my fellow peers and some of my teachers. I remember the time I was in Choir Class and my teacher wanted me to sing to my self and not to sing out loud with the rest of the choir. This was one challenge I overcome and I went on moving forward from that day on. This was a learning process for me and I learned that some teachers could be this way. This was during the time I was in Highland Park High School.


2 responses to “Living With Down Syndrome: What is it like in School and where did I Go? And What Struggles do you have while in School?”

  1. What’s central Missouri like? It sounds very boring. Aren’t you a city girl now? Was highland park high school a nice place? Do you still sing in a choir? Did you study journalism? Have you entered the phase where you’ve been writing a lot. That’s good.

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  2. Who do you think is going to win- Russia or Ukraine? Also, do you want to join the military? Boot camp is 6 weeks then maybe airborne school in Yuma, Arizona for a while. Maybe sniper school if you want.

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