But I promise you, you will blink and it will be over. Do not wish away your high school years. There will be times in which you will say "I hate high school, I’m ready to graduate." In fact, during your senior year, you will develop a serious case of "senioritis." Even in those times, do not wish for time to go by faster. Enjoy your high school years. Some of the things you experience during high school you may never experience again. Freshmen, it goes by quicker than you think.I know the thought of high school can be intimidating, but I promise it is not as scary as it seems. If you take the time to get involved and put yourself out there, you will have a blast in high school. So get involved and make new friends. Stay on top of your schoolwork. Ask questions and make mistakes. High school is a place to discover your strengths and weaknesses, and figure out who you are. I was once in your shoes. I asked the same questions and felt the same fear some of you freshmen are feeling. The fear does not last forever. You will find your niche in high school, and once you do, you have the power to have four amazing
From happy moments to sad moments, from having the best time to falling asleep in class. Middle school was also a place for change. As Robin Sharma once stated, “Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end.” High school will definitely bring many changes in our lives. At first, everything may be difficult but, as each year goes by you will quickly realize that you are capable of handling it because, you know at the end of the day everything will be
High school is always considered some of the best years of life. Students live with their families, see their friends almost everyday, and participate in the activities they love with the people they love. It has enough freedom for the student to decide how hard they will try, but it also has just the right amount of restrictions that parents can step in to make the student work. High school also gives students many opportunities to succeed and keep letting them try again if they fail. For example, a math teacher may allow a student to retake two test throughout a semester, but if the student proves that they are trying in the class then the teacher may allow them to retake a few more tests. Also, schoolwork is not tedious or lengthy,
High school High school is a very crucial part of everybody’s life filled with many learning moments and also times that most would like to never redo. This being said we all go through this time and we can all relate to the stereotypes that come along with high school. Some were on the top and others were on the bottom, but everyone had their specific place.
Although the schools portrayed in media were all different, they all had the same type of social set up. There were the evident jocks, the theatre kids, the nerds, the jokesters and more. I entered middle school and then high school, along with the rest of my generation, thinking that this was normal. The people you sat with in 4th grade began to divide. People began to develop cliques and groups. The “You can’t sit with us” became very
A true high school has no happy ending. There is no “happily ever after”, there is no good kid who stays out of trouble and ends up becoming the most popular kid in school. There is no ugly kid who ends up dating the most popular girl in school. All of that is a fantasy thought up to keep middle schoolers from being scared of growing up. Because no matter where you live, highschool is a dark place.
In reality, high school is probably the worst and best years of your life. It’s kind of fun sometimes and others it’s really dreadful. It really just depends on the day! Some kids look like they are doing great and that they are the perfect popular high schooler, but they aren’t. Trust me. In high school, something is going on with everybody at all times. I think the movies need to figure this out because I was expecting a bit more, but oh well. What do I know, I’m only a
At first glance high school seems to be a fun and relaxed time. A time that you get to hang out with friends and participate in extracurricular activities. Some of your most treasured memories will be made in high school. However, high school is a cruel and unforgiving place. In high school individuals get judged by their appearance, the way they act, and who they hang out with.
High School Dropouts Entering high school is the beginning of a whole new learning experience. Transitioning from middle school, high school presents more classes, students, and a bigger campus. It brings new expectations and responsibilities to each of us. High school also offers fresh chances to make new friends, try new sports and activities, and really explore who we are as individuals. The goal is to maintain good grades, score high on the SAT test, and keep a positive attitude so colleges and universities will accept you. Of course it's not as easy at sounds, but it's achievable. It requires a lot of work and dedication to every subject. Some students breeze their way through while others live in misery trying to pass their
The transition into college can be a defining moment in a person’s life. They have opportunities to work hard and be successful and also opportunities to slack off and be disappointed. I feel confident in my ability to transition smoothly into college life. Many parts of my high school career, both at school and away from school have prepared me for what is ahead in my life.
High school is supposed to be the best years of your life; but it is
Most younger kid's think about games, tv, and the playground. They haven't gone through the stage of "stress." I would tell middle and elementary schooler's to enjoy everything they have at the moment, because once you get to high school it's pure hard work.
The transition from junior high to high school isn’t all that it sought out to be, but it is definitely different. In junior high we heard numerous rumors about how difficult high school would be compared to junior high. We heard how extreme the material would be, how much more homework we would have, how the upper classmen pick on freshmen, and of course getting our first letter grade dropped. High school is certainly everything that people claimed it would be, but it is undeniably attainable.
Now high school can be a big pain in the butt, but in reality, what would you be doing at home if you weren't in school? Probably just sitting down and eating. High school is a big responsibility and a big change. Teacher's don't mean to scare you by giving you a ton of homework they're just getting you ready for the rest of your life because that is their job. You do get a lot of freedom, stress really kicks in and the people in the hallway can get on your nerves, but in the end High School is a great
High school can either be the best or worst four years of your life. There is always a minimum of requirements that one has to complete before you are considered a high school graduate. Many see it as basic and can get through it like a walk in the park, but as for others it requires more than just doing your work. Staying after school, going to tutoring, staying up late and sacrificing give you one heck of a ride. When you look back at the amount of work that has been given to you, it is just a segment of what has yet to come. Most importantly, it prepares you if you take advantage of what has been offered to you. In order for oneself to feel successful, it takes hard work and dedication.