Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Rubber Ducky, Sep 18, 2012.
How many of us tfwer's actually liked school? And btw which years were your favorite.
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I don't really like it that much, honestly. Oh well, just got next year to go for highschool
i like most of it except for whenever the day's passing slowly, i'm in physical pain, a teacher's being an ass for whatever reason, or we have a substitute.
now homework, that's a different story...
Overall? I always liked school. I had friends, got good grades...it was cool! Sure, there were days that sucked, but hey - that's life.
My favorite years? I don't know if I can decide between High School and College. Both were great, but in different ways...
I like school because of the opportunities it provides...however I dislike school work. As for my favorite year I can't say since I'm not done yet.
Hated most of it & am more than glad to be done, but in doing so, I learned to really appreciate the aspect of it that didn't suck or that were actually enjoyable, be it classes like shop in general or specific teachers who went the extra mile.
Yeah, I'm pretty happy with how I spend the majority of my time. I'm in the eleventh grade right now, and while it's probably going to get much tougher for me from here on out, for the moment, I'm glad to take classes that I enjoy, with good friends. Probably the only part about school that I dislike is how little sleep I get as a result of it. Even then, my chemistry class is worth waking up for every morning.
As for my favorite year? Who knows, I'm good as long as I can keep taking classes I like and get into a good college.
I don't mind going to school and I do like learning new things hanging out with my friends. The only thing that bugs me about school is homework really.
College is awesome, sucks I only have a month left. Currently drinking a beer and working on some of my paintings in the art building
I didn't mind school, but university is where it really got fun.
School is school i don't hate it but it's not my favorite thing in the world I only got 2 more years of high school left though
Speaking in regards to Grade school through high school - Hated it. The majority of the people I went to school with were preppy d-bags, and most of the teachers I had were sub-par. Only my 5th grade homeroom, 6th-8th grade English, freshman Religion, junior Biology and senior World Religion & Economics classes and teachers were good. The rest were pretty lame.
Skipped out on my (20yr) HS reunion. Any wonder?
only liked english, lunch, and social studies
Looking back on it now,high school was a blast.Yeah,it had it's shitty moments,but I had a lot of good times and good friends back then.
I despised school in the past, mainly because of the homework. Although, deep down, I really do kind of miss it. My junior and senior years at high school were some of the best because everyone got along fine for the most part. Most of my teachers were respectable and very helpful, despite my case manager who acted like it was her time of the month 24/7.
Do you know what is UNcool, using 'K's instead of 'C's.
School isn't too terrible, but it has it's low points more often than its highs.
I went to middle and high school overseas in Beijing and had the time of my life. I also met a great friend who would become my wife while over there in high school.
College was in Vegas. I don't think I need to elaborate much more on that.
I do have to say that I do not miss exams at all.
Of course school was cool. You learned a lot of stuff (although there was a lot of boring stuff that you never ever needed in real life) and had a lot of spare time and you could hang out all day with people you could laugh with and have a good time.
When I think of work now? Not much spare time, always tired, not enough sleep, doing much more boring stuff than in school and always the same stuff.
If I could earn money by going to school, I would do so.
My favourite classes were english, art, sport, history, math and sometimes physics.
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