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Advice for high school?

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Submitted : 2017-07-24 07:08:28    Popularity:     

Tags: Advice  high  school  

I am going into 9th grade this year and my friends tell me high school is super hard and really scary. I'm taking an AP class (the only one freshmen can take, AP human geography). I am also taking German 1, Algebra 1, and orchestra. High school is so

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Don't take any AP class. I find it foolish that a high school allows a freshman to take any AP class,

Stay on top of assignments. Write up lists, make a schedule. Know what needs to get done each week and each day. Break up large assignments and do a bit each day. Get to the public library to study. Especially on the weekends.
Hang out other kids who put their academics first. Don't party.
Seek help. My daughter is excellent at math and helps her friends. Ask friends for help. Many of her teachers would hold before or after school study sessions once a week. See what your school offers, our HS has a tutoring center.
Stick to your own morals. Don't be lead astray to do something stupid.

Choose your friends wisely...they will have a big influence on you. Finish assignments as soon as possible.. once you start procrastinating your homework will gather up day by day until one day you feel like quitting.

Start thinking about your future and what you want to do in life when you finish with school.

Actually, there's no point in me telling you this. You know this already. Honestly you don't need much advice, you'll eventually learn how to survive by yourself. It's a roller coaster experience, choose to live through it!

High school is a major time of your life. Your performance ultimately determines your college, and therefore, your future. I have 2 pieces of advice that kind of contradict each other, but it is up to you to find the appropriate balance.

1.) Stick to the books- By this, I mean you only have 1 chance in high school. You have to try as hard as you possibly can to get the grades that you want. Take up all extra credit opportunities. When the extra credit is offered, don't be one of those people like, "I already have a 95%. I don't need extra credit." You never know what'll happen.

2.) Attend events- When you're sticking to the books, it may be easy to turn down some events. At times it's necessary that you miss a night with your friends so you can study or do homework, but its important that you never miss those once in a lifetime experiences such as prom, homecoming, and sporting events. You'll have your whole life to hang with your friends but you only have high school prom once.

Well I'm going 10th grade next year so yeah I'm kind of surviving highschool at the moment....I guess what makes it hard is facing bullies,and being surrounded by toxic friends, at times you'll just look around to find out that teens you're age are doing drugs having sex and it's the norm you may get heart broken by either friends or those who you may date you may be judged and called names just because the way you dress and it's difficult because you become Moody most of the time....just surround yourself with those who make you happy positive friends just don't be sad when at times you're alone because all who surround you are just not you're type... it's ok :) hope that helpedā¤

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