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Feelings About High School

A significant change in my life

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#26 DIYMonkey



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Posted 13 August 2004 - 07:08 PM

I was in a very similar situation last fall. I was home schooled for the majority of my life. Instead of going into highschool, I went into my freshman year of college. The biggest change was work load, my personal home schooling method was that of unschooling and self-learning. Though I also did the core subjects, Mathematics, English, State/US history, and Science. College really sucked at first because I was 15 and not able to drive myself to class, but this last spring semester was alot better with having a car and all.

Don't get involved in hard drugs (binge drinking, coke, heroin, methamphetamien, ect), those are bad. :huh: Don't act like an ass, or stay to quiet, find a good asshole-shy-nerd balance. Don't join a fucking sports team inless your good/enjoy the hell outa' it. Also, keep on-top of your work. If your not a total social outcast, or do not have some sort of major developmental or personality disorder you shouldn't have trouble meeting friends.
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#27 CustomSnake202



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Posted 13 August 2004 - 07:47 PM

I wouldn't get involved with women right now and I can give you a couple reasons.

1.) I'm in highschool. I have plenty to do at school, especially since I'm taking all of these Humanities Honors classes. If I got invovled with some one, that would mean I have to spend time with her, deal with her problems, waste time at the mall and all that crap.

2.) NO WHEELS. I don't have my permit right now, and I'm freakin' sixteen. That's pretty sad. If I don't have a license, then I can't take her anywhere. Having my parents drop me off or having her drive me around does not sound too cool.

But, some people can find time to fit girls in, actually there is a lot of people. But I'm not one of them. What I'll never understand is when kids in the freakin sixth grade think that they will get a girlfriend and they will live happily ever after. I hate that crap (believe me, I've done it many times). It's never gonna happen. It's not very likely in high school either. If you can manage a girl friend, be sure that you can trust her and have a good social relationship with her.
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