Advice for high school dating
The thing I regret most was that I procrastinated too much, and I think I could have gotten better grades if I had not pushed the work back until it was two in the morning.
You should try to surround yourself with good people, people who work hard and who are friendly.
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A while back, we asked readers starting their sophomore year of high school what advice they wish they’d been given before their freshman year.
Keep your friends close, and do the best you can in class. I honestly forgot that all the time last year, and will probably do the same this year. It’s the start of high school, which means a new building, new faculty, new kids, and a new you. While it’s scary being in such a new environment, the best advice I can give you is to adapt the best you can. —Star, 15, Pennsylvania My advice is to be as decent and polite as you can to people, especially your teachers.
Bags from Jan Sport or the North Face are popular at my school, but any brand that makes bags with good straps and proper padding will do. Try to make the most out of this year, because if you don’t, you might regret it.
Many of you Rookies came through with guidance that will hopefully help incoming freshmen feel a little less nervous (maybe even kinda excited? One thing I wish I’d been told before starting my freshman year is that everyone grows at their own pace.
I spent the majority of my freshman year hating myself because I wasn’t doing some of the interesting things other people my age were doing.
Other people I saw on the internet were doing really cool things and discovering themselves, while I found myself sitting in my bedroom thinking, It took me until April to realize that not everyone can do the same things, and it takes time for people to find themselves.
Some just find themselves sooner than others, which is fine and it doesn’t make you boring because it takes you time.
Good luck and you It’s understandable if you want to try to be friends with everyone, but don’t get too upset if the upperclassmen don’t want to hang out with you.