My Year Of High School

877 WordsSep 1, 20164 Pages
If I had the opportunity to go back in time, I would redo every year of High School. Three of the biggest problems that I faced were: not studying on time, not doing the homework on time, and always cheating off of my best friend 's paper. I would always be afraid to ask the teacher questions because I didn’t want to seem dumb, so instead I would cheat or go on Google and copy down the answers word for word. What I failed to realize was that I was capable of thinking my own thoughts and that everyone has their own unique way of thinking. As my 9th grade year begun, I was beyond thrilled because I was now being known as a freshman of McGehee High School. Besides being away from the teachers and their ridiculous rules in Junior High, I no longer had to worry about being called “the little kids” by the seniors and juniors because we were now all in the same building. What I did have to worry about was getting the amount of credits I needed to pass into the next grade, and to graduate once I made it to the 12th grade. Throughout my entire freshman year, I made sure that I did every assignment and studied for every test because I didn 't want to start on a wrong foot. There would be some days when I didn’t want to do anything, so instead of trying I would get all the answers from my friend. I could see that many days she would get annoyed by me always asking for the answers, so I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t ask anyone else for an answer that I was capable of

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