When my accident happened, I was 16 and a sophomore in high school. I was taking three classes (biology, math, and English) and had a study hall. In the hospital, I finished my math and English classes with the teacher that was there. It was funny because someone would bring me my math homework, and then I would not only have to learn how to do it myself but I had to teach the teacher how to use the graphing calculator in order to do the problems. English was a little easier to do because it just involved reading and analysis. I couldn't finish my biology class in the hospital because there were labs so I had to retake that one. I didn't do any more classes the rest of my sophomore year; I just focused on recovering.
I went back my junior year and ended up finishing all my required credits. I graduated on time with my class in 2005. I posted a couple of pictures from the past below.
This is my senior picture.
This is a picture of me at graduation.
This is my graduating class of 750.