What's your high school/Junior High like?
Topic: College paper grader
June 16, 2019 / By Onndrea Question:
Im bored & curious lol
~My Jr High~
It was tiny maybe like the size of half of a big city's elementary school. & the whole building wasnt even ours, we shared it with the "Intermediate" school which was 4th & 5th graders (I have no idea why though, cause our elementary school is bigger than the whole building) It used to be a high school so all the murals still say ______ High School on it, except for one that we recently just got. Basically 5 Hallways was the whole school. We had 2 teachers for every subject except English, there was 3 for those & only one for advanced, so if you took all advanced, you already knew all your teachers for every year. We had to share a library with the intermediate kids & the nurse & caferteria too, so the books were always pretty easy & the few challenging (& good) ones we had, ANYONE could get, even a 4th grader. At lunch we had a snack bar, the intermediate could go too & there were always trash from popsicles & slushies when we got to lunch cause we went after them & they went CRAZY with it! Only 3 of our 5 stalls have doors in the bathroom, theres leaky roofs & crickets everywhere! We have a little upstairs area thats the closest to the Intermediate area where we keep the 6th graders (lol) We used to have lockers, but now we dont so they pretty much just chill there in the hallways. Also we had uniforms, my 6th grade year we could only wear school colors of polos with no stripes or designs, school shirts in approved colors, no hoodies, & all sweatshirts could only be plain & school colored. Also shirts had to be tucked it. Now we can still only wear school shirts & polos, but they can be any color, we can wear hoodies, & we dont have to tuck them in. Our band & football is what we're known for, everything else, choir, art, theater. Doesnt usualy do well & UIL does okay.
~My high school~
I havent acctualy attended school there yet, but I know the bathrooms are NICE, all of them have doors & they have automatic flush & motion paper towel & air things. Also its huge, well about the size of a city's junior high. We have 3 gyms, & we can take German or Spanish. German teacher is super hard to understand & all you really do in that class is watch foreign films & get yelled at in German & in Spanish, you have partys & learn how to count & put sentences together & watch Dora in Spanish (where shes mostly speaking Spanish & only a little bits in English) So yeah, I picked Spanish :D Also theres more clubs & theres still onyl 2-3 teachers for every subject. Also we can bring our laptops or tablets if we have them to use, idont have one -___- but we can if we do. Its 2 stories & it looks smaller on the outside, but its huge inside, I got lost when I was there for color guard tryouts. We dont have a dress-code & theres vending machines, none with coke except the one in the teachers lounge, but they have smart water, vitamin water, Gatorade. & we have coolor classes like career & college prep, TV & video production, you even get to like be an ancor-person for the school news & you get to do cool video porjects like an ad video commerical for different electives & its broadcasted on the school channel. But you have to be in 10th to take it :'(
BQ: Do you like your school?
BQ: When does the school year start up again for you & what grade are you going in?
Best Answers: What's your high school/Junior High like?
Mag | 7 days ago
My school is huge. It has two buildings. There are many students, that come from all over. My school is pretty diverse. There isnt "cliques" or whatever; everyone just hangs out with everyone. We have a lot of AP classes, a lot of sports, clubs, and extracurricular activities. Everyone does something there. The second building is new, so they have the central air, better bathrooms and classrooms. The first building is bigger, though and the second building is specifically only for science classes (and the library). As for the teachers, some are good, some suck, i had my fair share of bad teachers. The environment is very friendly. At first i seriously thought i was going to be lost, but a lot of the upperclassmen and even the principal helped me get to my classes.
BQ2: September 7th, and 10th grade.
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Since I go to public school, there are no uniforms. Also this year they are giving computers to certain grades as a pilot thing. My grade is one of those grades so should be pretty fun to see how that works out.
Going into 9th grade, not sure when it startss...hahah
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My school is a combined upper school (junior high & high are in the same building). It only has about 350 kids altogether, so, as a result, all the teachers know you, and you're familiar with a lot of your peers, which is really nice.
Unlike a lot of other schools (from what I understand, anyway), there's not a huge line between social cliques. Yes, we have our popular kids and our not-so-popular kids, but everyone gets along for the most part, and there's only a little cattiness.
As for academics, we're amazing! My school is ranked top in my state and one of the top in the nation. The teachers know what they're doing, and, even though students complain quite a bit, we're getting a pretty great education, so I try to just tune them out.
BQ: Sometimes it stresses me out quite a bit, but, yes, I love it.
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My middle school and high school were actually pretty different.
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