topic:1. What are your major accomplishments and why do you consider them accomplishments? Do not limit yourself to accomplishments that were of a formal nature, the most interesting accomplishments are those that just occur and then become crucial and important to you in that specific time of your life.

My accomplishments are few, but I think I can state those and other minor ones.
The first one is the one I am most proud of. I will be getting my eagle scout within a few days and I love it. I have been wanting to get this for some time. This is a big achievement even though the only reason for getting it, is so I could have something great to put on a resume.

There is also the minor accomplishments, most of which I have obtained from work or school, mainly in sixth grade. There was the employee of the month award, which I believe that it is significant due to the thought of me helping someone with a physical problem. I got it for the month of August, and the reason for me getting it was for selling more donations for the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) than any other store. My store had a goal of one thousand dollars and I sold about one third or more of it.

One of the most simple achievements that I have recieved was known as the Principle Pride Award. A student would obtain it by simply being a good student. I believe I got it because the principal of Sunrise Elementary would see me come to school very early to do homework that I had either forgot to do the night before or stuff that wasn't due yet.