I remember looking to the left and right of me everyone seemed to be enjoying the first day of school. Everyone including myself showing off our clean new outfits we had bought during back to school sales. Eagerly waiting for the bell to ring; I remember walking around trying to find something to do as I wait impatiently for school to start. Trying to find something I can go and chill I walk over to the school gym, taking a look around me I see our school colors, which are black and yellow. Almost forgot the name of my high school is Adrian Wilcox High, home of the thunder if I remember correctly or lightning one of the two but I digress.
When the bell FINALLY rung we all ran out the room and ran to the bus ramp. Railyn and I waited for the bus to come because we were going to her house and the bus that she rides to her house is a late bus. A few minutes later the bus pulled up ready to swoop us all up. We tried to race up to the bus so we could get the seats in the back cause if we did not hurry everyone would have got the seats in the back. Railyn was one of the last ones to get off so we made up a handshake on the bus, and did our weekend homework in math class.
Going to high school as a freshmen was just the beginning for me Sara thought. Eight classes in one day, early release, and boys but not just any kind of boys older boys. Sara has always been excited for high school and boys. As the day goes on Sara start to make new friends in her last hour. The school day is over.
How many times does someone believe their parents when they are in middle school anyways? As I arrived in my Student Advisory room I realized that there was no point in being afraid that I would not fit in or that I would be awkward the first few days. I realized that I would be awkward for a little while because this was a completely new experience for me, but I also realized that everyone else was still awkward. This realization is what made me think the following, “I can survive middle
I was mortified to find out how naive I truly was as I entered my freshmen year of college this past August. I watched weekend after weekend become filled with parties and drunk Instagram posts. With each test, people began to care less and grades quickly plummeted from A’s to C’s and D’s. Knowing how hard I worked to attend my dream college, I would never consider throwing it all away. My weekends in high school were filled with homework, meets, working, and scholarship applications in any spare time.
August school was back, everyone I know started surrounding me when Joey asked me to be his girlfriend. At that moment I froze I didn 't know what to say I was just thinking how the hottest boy in school just asked me out. After saying yes Joey put his arms around me and walked away shouting “alex nukes is my girlfriend”. I was so happy The first day i come back from summer break i got asked out by the hottest boy in the school, I couldn 't see how this day could get any better. I walked into first period to see I had the same class as one of my best friends harper.
The moment I found out I was moving away from my hometown felt like a nightmare. Various thoughts suddenly came rushing through my mind as I thought about how my life was going to change forever. When there were new students in my class, I used to wonder how hard it was for them to completely leave everything behind and move. I never knew that I would eventually be in their position. I was eleven years old and in my last year of elementary school when I found out about my parents decision to move.
A few hours passed by and I was changing out of my leotard from dance class so I could go to lunch, when I got text from my dad saying, “Accident you saw this morning was Uncle Sal”, and to say the least I freaked. My uncle was in ICU in very critical condition and there was no telling what was going to happen. Competition weeks were my favorite times of the year but this very one went down the drain with that news. I couldn’t focus on
"Teens such as Tikisha fell into line, too—out the door to find their junk food off campus.” (Jessica Blanchard &Casey McNerthney).“I feel that kids junior high and up should be able to make choices” (Norah Piehl, 73) Teens should be able to decide if they want to bring their pop or drink it. Students bring breakfast to school that includes drinks like orange juice, chocolate milk, or beverages from coffee shops that fill with sugar; yet they still do it every day. "Our health teacher tells us about nutrition, but we sit in her class and eat what we want.” (Jessica Blanchard & Casey
I put on the yellow dress I wore to the wedding and pair of matching shoes. I'm too lazy to do my hair, as a result I leave it curly. I walk into the kitchen to see Pierson making breakfast. "You're making breakfast for me on my first day of school? I feel so special."