1. What was your first day of school like?
Scary and exciting. I was the smallest (or second smallest) girl in my class and only attended pre-school for a year (which I spent reading).
2. What was the last day you attended school like?
Hm... don't remember. Probably it was just too ordinary and didn't stand out. I vaguely remember graduation ball, but for me it was just a mark, that I was done with school.
3. Have you had a teacher who really influenced you?
Oh yes. My Music teacher Nina Konstantinowna. She was the one, who taught me to love music and appreciate art. And to lesser degree my English teacher (whos name I forgot, but will find later).
4. What was the first school you attended?
Secondary school №28. Later it acquired an addition "with in-depth study of foreign languages", which meant we got one year of studying French or German by our choice.
5. To you, is college important?
In Russia, college is a bit different, but if you mean "Is it important to continue education after school?" then yes, it is important. Sadly, I didn't finish Uni, had to drop out at my last year (couldn't manage both Uni and work and nearly drove myself to breakdown trying to).