Don't be afraid to ask questions in class or even ask for extra help. High school is very important, especially the first 3 years, and you can't think you're going to get by with just listening in class and writing down notes. There is more to it. I'd know, because the same thing is happening to me right now, and my grades are just starting to go back up from getting extra help :)
well i'm a A's and B's person and i usually get low A's in high school, but in my Georgia leveled freshman math i almost ended up with a C. i know good job, but your grades will really effect you for the future: for jobs and collages. dont screw up your first year study hard. then you'll make it
Go to your school counselor or talk to your teacher they usually have tutoring. At least I know of kids who did it at my school, but just because they told me. Usually they are good at not spreading around that you are getting tutoring help if you don't want others to know. Also usually the school will give you the extra help for free.
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Go to tutoring at least 3 days a week. I graduated HS in 2011. I suck in math, the math test was very hard for me to pass, the 3rd time I had to take it, I did tutoring 3 days a week after school and 2 days out of the week, when my teacher would let me, I'd go to my math class and do more tutoring. I passed my math yes and got to graduate.