I'll bite. Warning: Long winded.
I graduated from a tiny private school after, erm, a /forced exit/ from public school, so it will definitely be weird moving back into a larger environment. Definitely going to miss my classmates- I was the only girl and kind of got used to just being "one of the boys." High school post-move was pretty awesome for me, actually.
My school was based around the trivium, so it was way unconventional- we didn't focus on cramming down facts; rather, we focused on analyzing information, understanding culture and epistemics, and stuff like that. I mean, we took three years of Koine Greek, two philosophy classes a day- one for apologetics, one for offensive debate- and all sorts of other random stuff. It definitely changed my life- it was the little Christian school or military school for me, and I am so glad I chose the former. I was totally convinced I would hate it, I mean, really despise it, but I was so surprised and really got an appreciation for that religion and the people who practice it even if I myself don't agree.
As for the this summer, I landed a super awesome job cold calling for a stock broking firm... whee! Karma is going to get me in the butt for screwing with all those telemarketers... I also work part time as a stable manager because I show horses and have to pay for that hobby somehow- I have a weird mix of interests, I guess. Unfortunately, I am putting my mare up for sale after this season because I hate leeching off my parents and it is just getting too expensive for me to support independently.
Uhm, what else, what else. I don't know. I have a growing interest in the paranormal after a few instances in my family over the past few weeks, and my mom is a local historian/children's mystery author so I have grown up around a lot of amazing, tinfoil-wearing folks. (She actually goes to conventions with me sometimes because she likes whatever guest authors are there/seeing how the industry works.) Also, there is a spiritualist camp a few towns over, so I am trying not to play with fire here but it is getting too fascinating to ignore. I never thought about it, but I guess life in this sleepy town can be interesting.
And of course, college. Local state college for my associate's and then moving to a university. I love learning and want my doctorate in whatever field... now to figure out what I love... hmmm.
tl;dr- Private school grad going to local college, selling horse, lots of video games and cold calling. I swear, if you read this you deserve a medal.
Ars longa, vita brevis.