Middle school Essays

  • Middle School Narrative

    744 Words  | 3 Pages

    I can’t wait to start middle school. Starting middle school can be overwhelming where three schools merge together but meeting new people is the only thing on my mind. Middle school is where you expand your group of friends adding more people or stay the same. So of course I stared expanding, gaining more friends but I guess I didn’t notice I was walking into something dark. I didn’t really notice that I was going into the wrong group. I thought they were nice people, always had my back, very

  • Middle School Narrative

    918 Words  | 4 Pages

    Middle School Today is the first day of school with my new friends I met over the summer - James,Mike and Drake. We all met at a camp called “Camp Highwater”. It was one of the best camps you could go to and my friends would say the same as well. We met while playing four on four basketball. James,Mike, and myself (Fred) were all on one team, but we were playing against Drake. At first I didn’t really like him because he was destroying our team 19-6 and he had 12 of those 19 and of course I was

  • School Memories In Middle School

    1374 Words  | 6 Pages

    School Memories We stood with our arms outstretched as a lady measured us for a new school uniform; we were excited to begin our new and exciting life in Middle School – pinafore and all. I t was a sunny morning when I entered School after a long vacation. This was the beginning of middle school. The day was a bright and as usual we began with our routine chapel and then praying. Then we had our first session as the teacher read from the text we could hear huge noise made by people outside the school

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Middle School

    1024 Words  | 5 Pages

    is one trip that I will never forget because of the laughs with friends and the surprise storm on our last night. Going into my 8th grade year, my youth group started the first annual canoeing trip for middle schoolers. My youth leader, Chuck, wanted to do something fun with us middle school kids so he came up with canoeing. We were originally going to canoe down the Niobrara River in Nebraska, but there were wildfires out there at that time, so we traveled up to Decorah instead. On the trip

  • Life In Middle School

    623 Words  | 3 Pages

    of transitioning from the middle school to the high school, I 've faced a lot of obstacles, came across many problems, and have gone through many phases. The main problem I’ve faced as a teenager is dealing with my social life. The problem most teenagers encounter in the middle school and high school years. The first day of middle school I felt mature. I didn’t want my parents to come to school with me like they when I was younger. All the older kids were at the school and I didn’t want to be embarrassed

  • Challenges In Middle School

    311 Words  | 2 Pages

    During my first year of middle school, I faced an enormous challenge: being bullied. Prior to middle school, I had been bullied throughout elementary school. However, in middle, the stakes became higher and my stress levels became to the point where I wanted to be alone. This was a very frustrating challenge because I was always a very strong student with high grades. I was a great student, listening and paying attention, never got in trouble. However, when it came for wanting to help teachers and

  • The Middle School Model

    1106 Words  | 5 Pages

    is the middle school model. The middle school model allows for a smooth transition from elementary school to middle school. The model also takes into consideration the developmental needs of adolescents. The middle school model best fits the uniqueness of the young middle school learner. For many adolescents entering middle school is an overwhelming and anxious experience. It's a time of transition and offers a whole new learning experience that is very different from elementary school. Students

  • Middle School Transition Paper

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    I hope that the assumption that the middle schools of Blount County are under-performing is not being made based solely on a comparison with the high schools ' performance and the elementary school 's performance. That would be an unfair and inaccurate assumption if that were the case. The loss of achievement associated with school-to-school transitions from elementary school to middle school and middle school to high school is a well documented occurrence. Studies (Alspaugh,1998 & Rosenblatt,

  • Narrative Essay On Middle School

    1912 Words  | 8 Pages

    “Do you have this in a size 14 for my daughter?”... “No more pizza! you’re fat!!”... “fatso!”. I wish I could say that it ended there. But it only became worse. The beginning of middle school is when people start getting meaner and meaner. One day, a boy was taking photos of everyone on the last week of school. He snapped 2 photos of me placing my bag on the floor, without me knowing. Later that night he uploaded them on

  • Middle School Experience Essay

    583 Words  | 3 Pages

    What was your own middle school experience like? What extracurricular activities were you involved in? In my opinion, I did not quite like the middle school I attended. However, I did meet some great friends that I am still friends with to this day. They did offer summer school for those who needed or wanted to attend. In my memory, I don’t recall the middle school I went to having any extracurricular activities that the students can participate in. I do remember, me participating in art, music

  • Middle School-Personal Narrative

    981 Words  | 4 Pages

    excited I graduated but more excited for summer vacation and middle school. I will soon be walking the hallways and breathing the same air with all the preteens and teenagers! I was so ecstatic but then, my hand started sweating, my heart beat faster, and I began to feel nausea. I am no longer a kid? I am going to be in 7th grade, middle school? When I think of something bad all the bad thoughts start flooring in. Bigger kids, meaner kids, school fights, rumors, piles of homework, mean teachers, boy

  • My Accomplishments In Middle School

    920 Words  | 4 Pages

    I have never been a perfect student. I have had many shortcomings and struggles throughout my middle school years. Regardless of that, I’ve always tried to be the best student I could be. The thing that got me into trying even harder to maintain my grades was not my parents, but the stress that I had piled onto myself. Yes, my parents wanted me to achieve excellent grades, but it was mostly me who put the pressure on myself. Sometimes I would stay up late to finish an assignment and other times I

  • Good Grades In Middle School

    381 Words  | 2 Pages

    In middle school I never had good grades I was always the student who did not understand the lesson. During this time I would get so frustrated i would just give up and not even try. From the beginning of 6th grade to the end of 7th I pretty much had all F’s maybe some B’s in my easy classes. My parents were very disappointed in me and i was disappointed in myself. After 7th grade i decided i was gonna switch gears and start really putting my right foot forward and start paying attentions in school

  • School Life In Middle School

    267 Words  | 2 Pages

    I remember the first time, I had entered the Middle School. I was genuinely apprehensive. Were the teachers going to be uncharitable, and greedy or were they going to be adventurous or commendable? Some people see school as a prison, regardless of whether what goes on. Truth is, there is going to be downs, and there is going to be absolutely no way out of it. People are going to put you down, but you have to keep your head up and realize, there’s nothing wrong with you. Keep on the look out, and

  • Middle School: A Short Story

    2045 Words  | 9 Pages

    Ring, Ring, Ring was all I heard. Then I remember it was my first day of my so-called middle school. It didn’t feel like a middle school. It felt like I was going to a mental asylum. I was also scared that I was going to hurt someone or even worse kill someone. It all started when me and my friend got in a fight. I was just so angry I felt like I was going to explode. When all the sudden I passed out during our fight. When I woke up I was in a white room. Everything I saw was just white for example

  • My Narrative: Middle School And High School

    338 Words  | 2 Pages

    I am in the middle of my freshmen year as I write this Narrative. Now, that you are reading this I am a sophomore and you are a freshmen. I will be telling you what you can do to make your year or years better here at NorthView High School. I remember thinking it was going to be scary I thought I wasn’t going to have that many friends. But, the truth is Middle school and High school is not that different then you think. I graduated out of Middle school at Arbor Hill and it was almost time to go to

  • Personal Narrative: Guilford Middle School

    1007 Words  | 5 Pages

    It all started when my mom told me this: “David, you are going to spend your eighth grade year at Guilford Middle.” Guilford Middle School, my school prior to Holicong, was considered infamous by the community. Their horrible reputation mostly came from the gross condition of the school. The school was about a hundred years old and the walls were abundant with mold. Personally, I was disgusted by the unsanitary environment here. During lunch, I bought a delicious chocolate-chip cookie I was planning

  • My Experience In Middle School

    750 Words  | 3 Pages

    According to Zooey Deschanel, nothing can be as hard as middle school. I was a big scaredy cat when I started middle school in 5th grade. My guts were flipping and flopping on that first day. Even though I didn’t know any teachers or friends, I made new friends and met new teachers. I had Mrs. Wherley as a homeroom teacher, she was nice as pie to me. I liked how we could move around to classes instead of staying in one class for the whole day. The first few days I felt like I was part of a cattle

  • Switching School In Middle School-Personal Narrative

    745 Words  | 3 Pages

    Switching schools can be difficult. Especially when you don’t really know anyone except some of people that went to the same elementary school as you. The scariest school move so far was from elementary school to middle school. It was scary because at the time all my friendships were on the rocks and that killed me. My friends were all I had to look forward to. If I had no friends There was nothing for me in middle school. Anyway I went into Coal Ridge a nervous wreck. I slowly figured out that

  • Essay: The Influence Of Teaming In Middle School

    714 Words  | 3 Pages

    was always learning how to be a better team player and help others. What I did not realize was that I was actually part of a team in my middle school. In the middle schools today, teaming benefits teachers and students at such a high level that they should