The Panther Post features talented Primavera students with a love for the written word.
Noah Brown is a Primavera Online High School student with a talent for writing. He has written a few short stories, one of which will be featured in this article.
“The freedoms offered when attending Primavera that are absent from normal public schools was the primary reason I began completing my classes online instead of a physical classroom,” said Noah. “Freedoms like being able to complete classwork at any time of the day allowed my schedule to be freed up so I could be focusing more of my time on improving my skills in writing and hanging out with friends. Attending Primavera also allowed me to eat better than when I was attending a standard high school with short lunch times and minuscule breaks between class periods.”
Noah is a musician and enjoys getting lost in the world of fiction.
“The talent I possess that I treasure the most would be my skill in writing that I hope to hone and improve once I graduate when begin attending Oregon State this year,” said Noah. “Some of the ways I have been practicing this skill is through completing academic papers for my classes that delve into various subjects alongside drafting up numerous short stories for class and pleasure. Aside from writing I have been practicing my skills in guitar although they are still unrefined.”
Today, we’re featuring one of his original stories, “Cyryl.”
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