I am an alumni of our school. My first impressions on the school was that I hated it. I disliked the teachers before I even met them. And I came into the school with a completely closed mind . Mainly because I had already predicted how the school year would play out in my mind unknowing that I was completely wrong . I can proudly admit that I have met some the most amazing women I have ever came across and I can honestly say I don't know where I would be if I never met the people who run and help run this school. The amount of love, care and effort is unexplainable and even on the worse of worst days, there is always someone there to talk you off the ledge and make you feel comfortable. They have always been straight forward, not afraid to tell you when your wrong, and I feel as though they been beside me the whole way pushing and encouraging me so I can do it when I had no one else there who would. At this school I never felt like a loner , which I felt often at other schools. Instead of holding problems and issues in throughout the year I feel that at C.B, Community School, I can express myself a lot more. C.B. Community is not only a school, but a home, therapy, and an outlet all wrapped into one. I have never felt as if my feelings are invalid and unlike many others they actual care about you , and not whats written on your file! Over the years of attending this school and graduating, I never thought I would keep in touch let alone see them again. But one thing for sure, whenever I feel lost or going down the wrong path I always end right back in front of the people who care the most . I am grateful not only because I graduated and accepted to college , but because they helped push me past what I thought I was capable of , and that theres finally a place I feel at home.