Mundane and no different than the other years...I attended a school that literally was a one room school house...all grades and all ages in the same room. I was the only one in my "class" Oh yeah...God bless Texas ;)
I came home & cried the first day. I hated it. But then I got used to it & it wasnt so bad. If you date someone older you become friends with their friends (In my case he was a junior) & I'm now a sophomore & he's a senior & everythings good on the school front.
Highschool was fun. i picked on a lot of kids but highschool for me was fun, and beside the fact everyone wanting to fight me. it was also boring bc everyone kept telling how rude and mean i was, to this day i am friends with the people i bullied and so my highschool years were awesome
Freshman year for me was actually pretty tough. We were introduced to a new testing system called STAAR, the work was a LOT harder and we were not ready for it. I managed to get through it all though. The good thing was that I got rid of the friends that would get me into trouble and the ones that were bad influences and made more friends than I had when I was with the "bad" kids. I didn't waste my time on drama, I mean I would think to myself "Why should I get kicked out of school for wasting my time fighting some girl?" and I went by that thought for the rest of the year and I still do today. I changed big time my Freshman year, I became way more mature than I had been, stopped getting into trouble, etc.., so my Freshman year made a big impact in my life. (:
In seventh grade I made a resolution to get a girlfriend that year. I did the same thing in eight grade, and in the beginning of freshman year. I've made the resolution to get a date thrice now, yet I'm still a dateless nerd. So, pretty much the past three years of my life have been filled with disappointing reoccurrence with schoolwork and such getting a little harder as it went along. So, all in all, my response to freshman year: Meh.
Hi, Morgan. Congratulations! I had a mixture of feelings. When I was in school, we had middle school (7 & 8 grades together). So when you were in the 8th grade, it was like you were a Senior! However, when I went to high school, ugh, it was like being in 6th grade again...starting all over! We were the babies...AGAIN. But, there are still sports, cheerleading, etc., same things, just that you're not the "superstars" yet. Of course, now some are able to get people's attention really quickly - you never know! But, in some ways, it's exciting because you know you've made a HUGE step in life. That in itself says a lot about how quickly you're growing and maturing. As I say young people, one of my goals on here as an older person is to try to teach young people not to make the same mistakes I did when I was young. So, whether you want to or not, try to listen to your teachers and take their advice. Most of them really have your well-being in mind. And the harder my teachers were the better I liked them because in the end, if I pleased them, I knew I had accomplished something. I wish you the best of luck in your new and wonderful experience!