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I'd go to, like, six different schools in one year. We were on welfare, and my mom never ever worked.
I grew up moving around. I went to seven different schools, so I know what it's like to be that new girl and have to not only know who you are but also take that into foreign circumstances and know how to respond.
I got to college and saw all of my friends going to these other schools and thought, 'You know, college is just a blank slate.' And I had an opportunity to go to different schools, but I chose Brown because it was unique and allowed you to be yourself as an individual and like I said, it's a blank slate.
When I was little, we moved around a lot, actually. In second grade, I think I went to three different schools. We were in Nevada and Oregon and as well as a few different places in Nebraska. I did go to high school in the same town.
I was involved with my theater program in high school, and I was involved in a festival where I could audition for a lot of different schools.
I grew up in a family that was multifaceted, sexually oriented, and pretty much open to everything. And because I was working, my friends were all adults. I had a tough time going to different schools because people knew me from films and I was the fat child who got beaten up every day.
There is no standard 'therapeutic process,' since there are so many different schools of therapy.
David D. Burns
I went to something like six different schools before the age of 12, so I was always the new girl and had to make friends quickly. It was difficult at the start because I was very bookish - I was literally sat in the corner reading books, with no friends.
I started my own martial arts school at 16. And by the time I was 21, I had three different schools.
In taking action we must remember that the things which are happening to the Jews today are but a part of the general disintegration anticipated by philosophers and historians of different schools for almost half a century.
My dad is from India, my mom is from Russia. Fortunately, we moved a lot. I went to a lot of different schools and completely different cultures, so that's my background.
I studied with a blind teacher from about 5 until I was 16, at two different schools. From the age of 12 until 16, I was in a boarding school-which, I believe, at that time was compulsory for blind children.
Before I got through high school I had attended 22 different schools. In the time before I was well acquainted with the latest school, I would amuse myself by drawing and found that I was pretty good at it.
In high school I was president of the Student Council, and I ended up doing a lot of speeches. After you do a few in front of different schools, you get really comfortable talking in front of an audience.
I never saw myself going to college. Even when I was looking at different schools, I was like, this really isn't right.
I didn't go to school much. I was thrown out of different schools, and my university is the street.
I have been expelled from five different schools when I was a kid. And I learned basically all what I do by myself.
I was thrown out of different schools because I was practicing my arts - magic, juggling, and the high wire.
I had the fortunate experience to play with people from different schools of music. Sam Rivers is from the fundamentalist school of music.
I went to 11 different schools. It was a fantastic adventure, but I was incredibly sensitive and needed a bit more stability.
Before the eighth grade, I probably went to seven or eight different schools.
While I was growing up all over, in all my different schools, I was always doing theater, auditioning for plays.
I went to eight different schools my first nine years of school.
My father's from Australia and my mother was born in India, but she's actually Tibetan. I was born in Katmandu, lived there until I was eight, and then moved to Australia with my mother and father. So yeah, I'm very mixed up, been to many different schools.
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