High school, for many, is commonly termed as “the greatest four years of your life.” It is stopping for coffee with your friends while listening to your favorite songs on the way to school in the morning. It is staring at the clock waiting for the bell to ring to finally go to your favorite class of the day. It is staying after a long day of class for meetings, clubs, or sports, or it is spending Friday nights with your best friends performing under the football field lights. High school can be many different experiences for different people, but most importantly, for me, it was learning essential values of life while shaping me into the person that I am today.
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,
I remember being an anxious eighth grader thinking about starting my freshman year of high school. We went from being at the top of the school to being at the bottom of a new one. All of our middle school teachers always told us about how our high school teachers wont “hold our hands” and how we will be on our own. Being in high school is completely different than being in elementary school and middle school. Its almost like each year we have more and more freedom but more responsibility.
Middle school to high school is a big jump from not only school to school but also new people coming into our school, harder academics, sports are now a part of your school life, and a jump from school to school. My thoughts on high school have really changed over the past few weeks. When I first realized that we we're going to be in high school shortly, I got a little freaked out. Although I know alot of high schoolers and specific people that go to West I still feel overwhelmed by the fact that i'm going from a 600 person school to a 1,200+ person school. For the longest time I felt if high school would be the hardest part of my life and getting accustomed to the new setting would be hard for me, I thought the people there we're mean and
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
High school…what is there to say about it? Many would tell you that it’s like a jungle of sorts, others say it changes you. Many students including myself, go through all four years of high school setting goals and standards for themselves after they graduate. Your teachers and your councilors tell you that it’s a bumpy road but “you’ll get through it”. Well I can personally tell you that high school was none of that.
Most students ask me how high school is going to be like.I always tell them I don't know because I am a seventh grader,but I have a general idea of how it is going to be like.
The food in high school is great because you can choose whatever you want to eat. You can eat from the Ala Kart or you can eat from the normal line and eat whatever is on the menu. My favorite part about high school is you don’t have to drink milk if you don’t want to you can drink sweet tea. It is like heaven here. Then after you finish eating lunch you can go outside and play on your phone and talk to your friends and laugh and make noises that you couldn’t in elementary. High school is so much fun, I have never been so happy at schools in my entire life, and I have never been so happy to see a Monday morning come and see a Friday night
Going into high school, I was terrified. All my older friends talked about how horrible it was and many of the adults in my life talked about what a bad time they had had in school. From the two weeks of experience I’ve had with high school I can see that everyone wasn’t entirely wrong, but they weren’t entirely right either. There are a lot of things that are going to not be so great, like that one overdramatic person in every grade who
High school is an experiment to prepare young people for the adult world. Having to come over to High School from Midlle school was a huge transformation. Having to do a great mass of home work each night, is hard. But the only hard thing is high school is knowing that you cant graduate. Being in my shoes Freshman year of High School is very hard, but I knew what to do to be successful and achieve great things.
High school I feel will be a like an unorganized zoo with animals running wild around the place. When I go up to the high school I want it to feel like my second home although it won't be. I hope people won't really know who I'm related to cause I want to be known as myself not “Morgan Bergman’s little brother”, “Kelly Bergman's son”, or “Don Mowrey's grandson” I hate that. Then I hope I have good teachers not bad ones. That is what I want high school to be like for me.
High school is overrated, growing up is undervalued, and time is too short to take it for granted. While I could write all about how high school reformed me and how moments spent with friends will be my most cherished memories, I will not because I would be lying. If every teenage student was candid with themselves, I imagine they would see that high school was not what they had anticipated. Personally, I drifted into high school deeming it would be no different than any of my pervious school years; however, I was erroneous about that. High school showed me that I can learn more about life and love in any classic novel than I can by talking to anyone I know today, you will only find about two real friends, and never rely on someone else to
High school i hope will be very fun. I hear it is very hard and has a lot of work which i'm not ready for. Anyways I know i can do this and i can get through it . I'm Taking french and i hope i can very good at it and i can speak it fluently by the end of my high school time. I wanna pass with all A’s and B’s all 4 years of high school. I also wanna be the number one athlete in the school from when i start to when i and.
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