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PostSubject: Life During High School: From the Viewpoint of Class 82   Life During High School: From the Viewpoint of Class 82 Icon_minitimeSat Jul 07, 2007 2:32 pm

Everyone experiences high school differently. Some love it, some
hate it, and some are just doing time. Here are some examples of how rules,
restrictions and realities play out in high schools around the country.
Take a good look and see if you recognize your own high school experience here.

By the time I get to school, the first bellís ringing. Iím
already late and I havenít even been to my locker. With just five
minutes between the bells, I can never get to class on time. So I rush
through the door and my teacher sends me to the office because Iím
late. By the end of first block, Iím almost asleep because Iíve
been in the same chair for 100 minutes and my teacher just puts notes
on the board and doesnít explain what anythingís about. Sometimes
she reads the notes but never gives us something creative or hands-on
assignments. It seems like school is where we come to copy notes and get
lectured. I canít use the restroom at all and get gum stuck to my
leg because our campus is filthy. Itís like the principal wants
us to suffer. I can never talk to her about the problems at school because
Iíve never even met her. You see her in the Life During High School: From the Viewpoint of Class 82 Book_iconbeginning
of the second year and then she vanishes. Everyone is so noisy. By the end of the day, Iím wired.

ĖMayet Fernandez


Upon graduating high school, I had many friends that they would
never, ever set foot in another high school classroom as long as they
lived. And they havenít. They were finally free. Finally safe.

óPablo Rea


Lunchóthatís a joke. School food is terrible and we are
rushed to eat and rushed to class.

--Alex Landicho


My first year in high schoolís been a lot different than I expected.
I like the overall excitement. Since Iíve started high school, Iím
always busy! I like the open campus lunch. I think it would get a little
boring staying at school everyLife During High School: From the Viewpoint of Class 82 Book_icon
day and itís nice to go out and eat good food. I also like block
scheduling because I only have three classes a day. The tutorial gives
me time to catch up if I ever forgot to finish work or anything happens
to it. I also like the extra privileges, although they come with responsibility.
But thatís a good thing. Overall, Iím having a really great
time.

óDennis Palomar


Teachers donít care about us. Monitors are all old and grouchy
and yell about everything. Cafeteria workers donít have a heart
and theyíre cheap with food. People are judged by what they look
like when you donít even know them.

Teachers donít care about us. Monitors are all old and grouchy
and yell about everything. Cafeteria workers donít have a heart
and theyíre cheap with food. People are judged by what they look
like when you donít even know them.

Honestly, I feel very safe at my school. I mean we have had our share
of fights and whatnot but maybe I donít feel like Iím in danger
because I donít hang out with those crowds. Iím happy here
for the most part. I play sports, Iím in clubs, have a great group
of friends and get decent grades. Iím expected to do well in school
and I want to do well. I am provided with what I need and am pretty happy.

High school has been a good and bad experience. I enjoyed spending time
with friends, meeting new people, being involved in a plethora of extracurricular activities, creating memories, dances, being irresponsible one last time and learning about what life is really about. I hated the whole being-judged-by-the-exterior scenario, people talking behind your back, people thinking they are better than you, the high school
social ladder (popular, losers, etc.), having to care about Life During High School: From the Viewpoint of Class 82 Book_iconwhat
other people think of you, the glorification of some sports while others
are totally disregarded, and the teachers who donít have the heart
to teach.

óTess Feleciano


Itís easier to go outside and smoke than to go for class.
The worst advice I got about high school was that it would be the hardest, most awkward four years of my life. It really hasnít been bad. Plus
all the teachers told us we had to spend like eight hours a night on homeworkóso not true. Just use common sense.

óHilarry Reyes



Oppressive rules and dictatorship attitudes of most adult figures in
the building and too many strict rules make it so thereís no real
place to turn for help. Definitely do not make new rules or regulations
because they donít really help and actually just make peopleís
lives more messed up and miserable. They should try to reform people,
not institute harsher punishments.
Life During High School: From the Viewpoint of Class 82 Book_iconThe high school I attend has a lot of rules I disagree with. One of them is our dress code. Three and a half months ago, I gave birth to my baby girl. Coming back to school my senior year with a baby to take care of, wasóand isóthe hardest thing so far I ever had to do. I am responsible for another human beingís life. Everything she does, eats, says, and
wears is all my responsibility. I have to be there for her at all times,
no matter what the school says or wants me to do. So when I wake up in
the morning, the last thing on my mind is what I should and shouldnít
wear to school. I canít believe the expectations schools have on
children or adults.

óLoida Sese

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