- 1937 Vista de la Montana El Cajon 92019 CA
ACT score: 32
12th grade: AP Government
On Your Own
11th grade: AP U.S. History
AP English Language
Honors Pre Calculus
10th grade: Honors Algebra II
AP World History
9th grade: Honors English
Personal Profile Sheet, College Recommendation sheet, Parent Brag Sheet, College Essay
My passion is working hard and therefore I do all my homework and study for all of my tests, another passion is taking care of kids, and I have a passion for playing tennis
My name is Caroline Buchegger and I am a very hard-working person who loves helping others and trying my best. I try to do the best I can in high school, so I can go to UCSD and become a doctor. I have a high GPA, and I try my best to maintain it throughout the school year. I will apply to Cal Poly, UCSD, UCSF and SDSU. They are all good medical schools, and that is why I am applying to all of them. I hope to become a pediatrician because I love children, and I want help them get healthy. I especially love babies; I babysit my little cousins all the time. Children tend to love me; I treat them how they want to be treated and I respect them. I want my profession to involve children, because I know I would live a happy life that way.
I played JV tennis in high school for two years. I was involved in many clubs, such as the anti-bullying club and key club. I volunteered and taught a 6th grade church school class at St.Peters church. I volunteered every Saturday for two hours, for a whole year. I volunteer a lot at my Catholic church.
I volunteer a lot at my church, every Saturday for two hours. I teach a class full of hyper 6th graders, but they all respect me very much. I have traveled to 3 continents in my 17 years of living, including Europe, North America, and Australia. I have witnessed many different cultures and ways of living, and it's a blessing. I tutor my friends a lot, especially in math. I am interested in becoming a pediatrician.
“Put your heart, mind, and soul into even your smallest acts. This is the secret of success.”