I am a homeschooled 9th grader right now, and after tenth grade, I might want to repeat tenth grade at a boarding school (it's feasible, I just turned 13 in November)
So, my story goes like this:
I was born in New York to Belizean parents(a small, modest, and pretty poor country, south of Mexico, east of Guatemala). My mother and I moved to Belize soon after, and I grew up in Belize until summer 2007, when I moved to New York again.
My mother and I then moved to the Cayman Islands in summer 2008, and I went to a little Catholic School called St. Ignatius. My grades there were modest. In Year 7 (7th Grade) I had, by the end of the year, 7 As(Mathematics, Science, IT, French, Spanish, History, Music), 3 Bs(Religious Education, English,Geography), and 2 Cs(Art and Phys Ed).
From September 2011 onwards, I became homeschooled. My grades in the 2011-12 year were pretty good, with my having an A or B(not certain) in Mathematics and Grammar, and World History, and A in Literature,Writing, General Science, French, Spanish, and Music Theory.
I have had a long involvement with music. I started playing the violin when I was four years old in November 2004, and I have been playing ever since. I started playing the piano in 2006 as well(I haven't stopped)
I have had a short involvement with the cello from 2008-2011, but I dropped it.
I have done Music Theory since 2006 as well.
Grades for Music Exams- VIOLIN (Can't remember the exact numbers)
Distinction= 87 to 100 out of 100