To watch Janis, Cady, and Damien all come up with and pull pranks without the principle seeing is just mind blowing sometimes. Kids at my school do that once in a while, but, they are going legit here. At least Cady knew who she was by the end of her year. I still don 't know who I am. I 'm a high school Senior, I get good grades, I 'm athletic, I have never been in love, I want to be a pharmacist.
He also directed the Sixteen Candles and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. He captured the humor, angst, comedy, and the rawness of the teen experience. With The Breakfast Club, he did a good job portraying five different students with different social groups. In depth here is a little more about the students in the movie. One character is named Allison she is portrayed as the basket case, the weirdo, and the loser, not accepted by anyone because she likes different things than the “norm” dresses in dark colors, no self-confidence.
There’s the jock, Andrew; the popular girl, Claire; the nerd, Brian; the rebel, Bender; and the odd girl, Allison. These five students all believe they have nothing in common with one another, but as time passes on they realize they have more in common than they think. The Breakfast Club is a timeless film that goes deep inside the mind of teenagers and destroys the stereotypes of typical high school students by showing there is much more to a person than their outward appearance may suggest. The best decision John Hugh’s made when writing The Breakfast Club was deciding to have the five characters represent the most common types of cliques that can be found in high school. The five characters each have a different personality and this gives viewers the opportunity to each have a character that they can relate to.
The Irony of Fate Picture this; it is your first day of high school. You are frantically walking to try and find room 205. Everything around you is a blur as you rush from door to door in hopes that the brass numbers above will say “205”. Suddenly, the bell rings and your stomach drops. Being late for class on the first day is not only petrifying, but it is embarrassing, because everyone turns their head to stare and laugh at you when you enter the class 15 minutes late.
Stereotypes are everywhere. Stereotype can be defined as a fixed or oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. No matter where I go, I always see the same ones every day. Especially being a high school student, the following are very common. Whether it’s the airhead girls in the hallways, the jock boys I see after practice, or the class clowns causing trouble in class, they always seem prevalent.
Everyone at the party was happy and excited for their futures. Charlie was the deejay and played all the right music at the right time. Charlie feels extremely lonely since all of his friends have graduated. Tonight is prom and Charlie hopes that all goes well for his friends and sister. The day after prom everyone is still asleep when Charlie get home from
Reflecting back I don’t think there’s a single thing I’d change, from the very few bad times, to all the great times of laughter and pure awesomeness. High school has been fun, and I am going to miss it, but although my time at Skyview is over, it is only up to me if the fun never ends. I’ll miss the sports, winning a state championship, going to class and all the inside jokes, playing sports that I’ve never played before and making new friends with all sorts of amazing people. But most of all I’ll probably miss my friends, and all the weird stuff they say and do and how awesome they make every moment that would otherwise be not nearly as cool. Yes, I will miss them.
Sweaty palms, watery eyes, stomach in knots, throat feeling as if it is slowly and painfully closing, all of your body is shutting down in fear. As a seventh grader nothing seemed cooler than hanging out with high school students; they were older, mature and experienced. Strolling through the crème colored hallway, observing the jealousy burn in the eyes of your peers, Checking the vibration in your pocket just to see another Facebook notification reading you have received more likes on the pictures you took while hanging out with the older students, nothing made one feel more superior than this. Throughout my entire life I had always longed to be seen as older than I was, I wanted to be all grown up by the age of five. I yearned for the freedom of not having to listen to my parent’s nag and throw out commands that they demand me to complete.
"I 've fallen for your eyes, but they dont know me yet." "Nice to meet you." I address all the boy 's calmly even though my mind is spinning. I remember them vividly now. Every year around the time in spring, my school administrator makes the whole high school take one big picture together for the school yearbook to show our so called, "School pride."
So anyway I was sitting there with all my friends. Somehow we got into this big daring contest, and well, middle school dares are quite interesting. We went around and all the boring ones came out: daring people to skip class, throwing paper airplanes, or even putting pop-its under the toilet seat . Eventually it was my turn; I was prepared to show everyone how cool I was, and how I 'd step up to any challenge: whether it be skipping class or even adding to Wynwood. I waited…and waited until they thought something up.
Everyone thinks that once you get out of Jr.high your going to be a wild crazy teenager. You would go to parties, go where you wanted, and have no rules. But the sad part is that 's not reality and you have to wake up at some point. This is a story about a girl named Remmy and how she survived her first high school year. Picture this a girl with long blonde hair and blue eyes who has no clue what to expect on her first day of highschool.
I wanted to be them. I loved hearing the crowd as they would lose their composure at the announcement of the Homecoming Queen. It invigorated my emotions, and filled my heart with confidence and acceptance. I was amazing. Upon entering high school, I strived to make new friends and acquire everyone’s approval, even that of my teacher’s.
In almost every teenage romantic comedy, the dorky, hopeless heroine-in-the-rough gets a make-over. Afterward, she struts down the halls of her high school or makes a big entrance at the school dance. Everyone’s jaws would drop as they wondered who this hot piece of fresh meat was, because surely they must be new. Until someone realized it wasn’t a new student, but the mousy girl they’d spent their entire educational careers overlooking and making fun of. It was a moment that Priscilla Vanderwaale had watched unfold on her television screen for years with a roll of her dull blue eyes.
Brian Johnson is the smart kid in school who never gets anything lower than an A. Allison Reynolds is the misunderstood outcast who is often times ignored. Last is John Bender who is the rebellious student who bullies other and get in constant trouble. Each student is assigned an essay describing “who they think they are.” Bender, ignores the rules of the detention and persuades the other students to do the same, all while
Tips for Incoming Freshmen in High School In middle school and all of my previous years I thought my freshman year of high school was going to be the toughest/worst year of my entire life. Movies and TV shows make it seem as if all that’s going to happen to you will be negative. So far, my freshman year hasn’t at all been a negative experience. I just had to tell myself that this was going to be like every other school year and to not dread it so much. Here are some tips that I follow that might help you overcome your first year of high school.