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How to not be nervous for high school!!

I start high school next year, and im already nervous!. Idk what school im going to yet, but its going to probably be a big school. Im used to small schools with 300 something students in it. Im going to be the little girl again, and im scared about all the seniors and the senior guys (yeah, I know, stupid...) and Its sooooo big and at lunch idk if I'll have friends at lunch, and if I get lost in the halls, because there is like Hall A through D and yeah.... Im just nervous, can you tell? :-)

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Ok its called being yourself, being brave, believe in yourself, and use a school map.

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Awesome advice! You never cease to amaze me!
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Great advice! You're so good at giving advice! :)
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Don't care. No I'm not saying I don't care, that is the answer. Don't worry about it the more you worry the worse it gets. Just go with it.

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Big schools are intimidating, but it will be almost the same as middle school. I go to both middle and high school( at the same time), so I should know.

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Calm ur self its just like how u were probably exited for jr high

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Just chill out and make sure your on top of the food chain be like the girks you see in movies.

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Lol don't worry. I'm both excited and nervous for High school next year but I see it as an adventure and I know I will laugh at myself for hours straight when I look back on my first day experience. It'll be fine plus there might be cute boys so just enjoy the ride.

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everyone else in your class will be on there first day too, unless they failed, just be prepared.

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I just graduated high school last school year and I went to a school that was just shy of 1,000 students and I lives it. You won't be the only one nervous about your first year of high school. Just have confidence the first day, that everything will go good. MOST of the time friends won't come to you, you have to go to them.

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It's just like middle school... Except with more kids, and long, boring hallways.

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Don't think of highschool. Get it off your mind. Relax...

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Well just relax I mean u still got more time enjoy jr. High :) and neither way don't worry about those people all that matter is your friends :3

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Hey I'm in your same boat. I'm really really nervous to. You could ask someone who you know and who goes to that school about it to. (I heard their really easy on freshmen at the beginning of the year) Don't worry I'm sure you won't be the only nervous one. Good luck.

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It's a fun experience once you get there you'll love the extra freedom you didn't have in middle school.. High school is fun I'm in 11th & I love it (:

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just dont worry about it, you'll be fine . im a freshman in highschool . the first week was pretty scary but i addapted to it pretty well after haha . High school is a fun experience soo dont worry ! hahaha. & time goes by fast ! i still remember my first day of school now im almost a sophmore ! :o

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