My first day of high school as a freshmen in a new level of education Is what I was thinking when I woke from slumber that morning in bed. Stepping foot on the campus wasn’t even the beginning, taking the school bus in the morning is where the first taste of being a freshmen and actually starting and being an high school student. I started to get really nervous and a sense of reality hit me. Walking towards the bus stop all I see is a huge group of high school students waiting around for the bus, calm and cool as I try to stay to be I approach the waiting area not knowing what to I’m getting into. This surge of anxiety
From then on, I was a team captain every time we played football or basketball. We come back in from playing outside, and I am still so euphoric from going to recess, that the rest of the day is a breeze, math and social studies classes. To sum up the day, we return to homeroom and talk about our first day at school for forty-five minutes. “It’s so refreshing to be back and hanging out with friends,” a kid announces to the group they are standing in. “I know, I haven’t seen you guys for a few months,” another kid chimes in.
It was the beginning of school of my seventh grade year. It was the first year we could play football and everyone from Moose Lake and Willow River were in it. The practices weren’t easy back then but it was fun being around all of my friends who were in it. Each day we went to practice it got a little bit easier from all of the conditioning they put us through. Then there was the school work that we had to do alongside football, it wasn’t always easy but I also got it done and did pretty well on it too.
Soon my friends come to join me and we laughed and joked about how the day went and which teacher gave the most homework or what couple ended it and made a big scene in the hallway. My parents never told me to gossip but it was always fun to talk about the news around school. When the bus finally picks me up and drops me off, I still have a long walk back to my house in the heat of the
We were winning so big, and I thought it was a great game. When I looked around the locker room and saw everyone’s faces, I felt selfish. I had only been thinking about myself and this game being my last. I had not thought about my other teammates who also were playing their last high school basketball game. My coach told me to pass the ball to my teammates, even though I was scoring a ton of points.
My First Day In A New School My family is always moving for working reasons. We never stick to anything if we see a better opportunity we take it. After nearly living six years in Provo, Utah my dad told my brother and I we would be moving to Topeka, Kansas to open a restaurant. I had to say goodbye to all of my longtime friends. Then by the end of November were finally living in Topeka.
As I walked in to my new school on the first day I was completely petrified. I have neverexperienced such a scarier thing than walking into a new school half way through the year and being the new girl. I knew nobody not one person. I felt alone in this big world called Middle School. My first day went okay I mean everybody stared at me ask me for my name and I just was that new quiet girl who didn 't say anything.
Her parents didn’t know we were going out and she didn’t want to tell them because they wouldn’t accept that we were going out. I had to talk to her as friends but nothing else. Sometimes it was easy others I was tempted to give her a hug. The next week had began, I would actually like school more because it was only then when I could hug
On August 6th I was school shopping since school would start in the following week. When I was heading home my dad got a phone call and we immediately started going in the opposite direction. My family took turns spending some time with her. Suddenly I was the the last person left. My dad decided to accompany me so I wouldn’t feel isolated, I still remember going in there and holding her cold frail hand.