My plan is to take this year as serious as possible and learn from my previous two years in high school. I know i'm going to have a lot of distractions but I know ill be able to work through them and make this school year as successful as possible. I’m trying to change my bad habits and have things done before I move on to anything else because I don’t want to end up going to another school to recover my credits. That's the last thing I wanna do because I don’t want to be away from this high school I Started here and I want to graduate from
MONTH LATER „So, what happened to you?“ asked the psychotherapist . „What do you mean?“ Why is she asking me? She knows about my problem. „Why are you afraid of people?“ „I don’t know. They will judge me before they’ll know me.“ I didn’t know
Now I’m doing something completely different from all three of the previous years. I’m preparing myself to raise a child. High school changed everything in my life. I one was good at math, I never had so many teachers leave at one time, my taste in friends was proven to be a typical high school experience, and my free time changed. After Senior year I’m not looking forward to adult for the rest of my
Sophomore year was an especially hard year for me. It was my second year at Wahlert High School and because I was the new kid the beginning of freshman year, I still felt like the new girl. Plus, I was trying to maintain my social life, play volleyball, participate in band, choir and show choir, act in plays, and manage school and homework. School has always been easy for me. Kindergarten through eighth grade I never actually tried on assignments, or even tests for that matter.
This past year has been one of the hardest years because, its senior year and college is around the corner. I have been multitasking with school, sports, planning my immense college move, making sure I do outstanding on my college placement test and, all in a matter of not burning myself out. I kept letting myself down and continuously telling myself that I can’t do it. Recently I just got out of my first relationship with the person I would consider to be my first love. I suddenly felt heartbroken and depressed in a way where I wanted to give up in school and felt as if I had no value to my life because, once again I put all the pressure and faults towards myself.
Stuff went through my head, “Am I going to have to speak in public? Will everyone laugh at me for doing a mistake?” I was terrified but excited. I did not know how to describe it, Territed? I graduated with luck and it will never happen again. I woke up really nervous and did not know what to do.
What small things are going to affect my future in a big way, or which events are going to impact me in a very small fashion. Immediately after this thought my brother and dad came into the room to wish my goodbye. They still had to go to school and work on that Friday, considering the Spring Breaks don’t line up with each other. I fell back
When I was a young child I believed that going to college was going to be the best thing that ever happened to me. I used to watch movies, and TV shows about college and I wanted to be like those students. Living on my own, going to parties, and having a multitude of friends was on my bucket list for college when I was in middle school. The first day of college is shown to be the best day of a student’s life; yet, my first day of college was filled with tears, stress, and regret. The night before I left for college my family helped me pack so I can start my new life on campus.
By this time next year I will be in all college classes and working more hours and knowing all that stress is going to be is starting to worry me now, am I going to be able to do this. The constant questions that are going through my mind that I don’t have the answer to. The stress of everything knowing if I do one little thing wrong it will affect my life and won’t affect me in a good way either. Although, high school has been very tough for me and being a student can be considered as being a tough job,I feel as it will all be very well worth it in the end to be able to have my diploma and get a good job and even also, some scholarships to get into a good school or even the community college and help with expenses. Maybe if I buckle down this year even when things get tougher than what they have been I will be able to go farther in life and to me that is all very well worth it.
It has come to my attention that more and more teenagers these days care about getting good grades and getting in a good college and then a good job. I’m sure we all know the fear of report cards, mid-terms, and final exams with thoughts like, what if I can’t go to college with these grades and what if my parents are mad at me and I won’t be able to play sports, ringing in your head. Many students worry so much that the stress starts to get to them and teenagers already deal with enough stress as it is, and grades and school just make the stress worse. Most teenage students are worried about bad grades, even if they are good students who pay attention and listen in class because of many reasons. The biggest reason is simple: zeros.