plz no flamming.
Message Edited by kishou on 04-04-2007 05:24 AM
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Tyrone Biggums: "That's impossible Ronda, how can you sleep if you high on crack? Chinese riddle for you."
sophomore - yay, no homework, fair amount of friends
junior - huge homework load again, but i got lots of friends now
senior - zomg, no homework, tons of friends in every grade, beautiful loving girlfriend, and rockin a 4.0 gpa. what more could i ask for!?
High school was the worst period of my life. It should have been one of the best, but that's the way life turns out sometimes. No single year during that era was better or worse than the others. I was glad when it ended. Often I wished afterward that I could go back and fix the many problems that occurred during those years. I encountered more challenges during high school than I did over the next 30 years.
stoeck23 wrote:Gave girl poem. Girl freaked out and that in turn screwed me over for the rest of high schoolJunior year- Ton of homework (AP courses. ), stressful, not a lot of time for friends. Lost some old friends, gained some new ones. Girl and I still don't speak to each other, but it is like a neutral calm now with only slight feelings of animosity between us.
16 people!? wow this year's graduating class where i live has about 3,000 people graduating highschool.
hwhunt13 wrote:Freshman: last of the co-ed class years at our school, but fun anyhow even though there was a lot of homeworkSophomore: almost forgettable, but hung through(part co-ed/gender seperate through end of highschool)Junior: most expensive year, but a little better, but we did get our class rings. I loved being around my classmates from Junior to Senior yearSenior: best one of them all; struggled academically all 4 years, a lot of homework, all but one of the most hated teachers left before us getting to senior year. It's by far the best year that I have had yet. I was the oldest (by 6 months) in our class to graduate from high-school.post-graduation: I feel too connected to my highschool. Whenever I go there, I still feel like I am at home.slight descripton of my highschool: small catholic school (K-12) with our graduating class size of 16 people during my graduation year. Since the two years that I have graduated, the school has changed a lot. The students there should feel lucky that they are part of that school.
When I was in high school, PS3's weren't considered a school expense
stoeck23 wrote:Freshman year- okay, new school, made a name for myself, pretty easy. Started my first long crush. (Wrote poems, etc.)Sophmore year- Little more homework, less exciting, but more friends. Gave girl poem. Girl freaked out and that in turn screwed me over for the rest of high schoolJunior year- Ton of homework (AP courses. ), stressful, not a lot of time for friends. Lost some old friends, gained some new ones. Girl and I still don't speak to each other, but it is like a neutral calm now with only slight feelings of animosity between us.Senior year- Dredding it. I don't think I am ready to deal with more of this crap. Plus there are so many costs (class ring, pictures, prom, PS3, SAT retake, AP Exam, etc.)High School Overall: Got some grades, perfect attendance, many friends, no girlfriend. GPA: approx. 4.2 (or 3.42 unweighted)