Tasha Bentley a little chapter of my life

Throughout my high school career I was involved in a lot of different activities, of which some will be described below. Family and friends are a huge aspect of my life, along with the many adventures we share! They were extremely supportive throughout my high school career in overcoming my autism.

When I started high school, I was considered at a low-functioning level of autism.

Speech and Debate was an extremely large part of my life throughout high school, because it focused on the communication aspect of my life I was lacking.

It was filled with some of the happiest moments of my life,

some of my most surprising, such as placing at state two years in a row in two events,

and some of the most disappointing.

The highlights always outweighed the downfalls.

Qualifying to Nationals with three of my best friends on the first tournament of the season was amazing!

What happened at those different National tournaments was always... interesting and always filled with learning experiences.

Tennis was definitely the one sport I fell in love with.
Every time I picked up a racket, I felt happier. It also helped a lot with my mobility.

Sharing a love for something has always been a great way for me to connect with people.

Musical performance was one of the most exciting things I ever did with my friends.

Even if it always ended up with us making awkward poses.

There have definitely been many factors that have helped me to grow to become who I am today.

There are so many people to thank for being so kind.

My fellow star wars friends,

my wonderful cousins and sister,

my baby sister,

and my friends who supported me until the end.

Now I am here, at a high-functioning level,

Ready to experience the many more adventures to come.

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