Striving for Mediocrity
I didn't mind going. I loved coming home in the evenings. Some of the time, I liked it when I was actually there, too. Depended what subjects were timetabled.
It depended. I was not thrilled with High School but I loved college. I think that being around more people that actually wanted to learn made the difference.
All except Junior High, which was in a rough neighborhood and full of...well, let's just say it was "organized."
Loved Junior High, HATED high school. Tested out and left at 17.
I didn't grade school at all. I was extremely shy which made me the perfect target for bullies. I really really hated high school because of the social pressures and again the bullies. I dropped out in my Junior year, not soon enough!I loved College.
No, not really.
Loved, loved, loved it, all the way through!
Loved elementary school, liked/hated middle school, loved high school, though I also loved sleeping in, so I did cut class sometimes. Loved college, except for the tests and the papers. ;) But the reading and the discussion, that part was great.
I loved school up to about 3rd grade when I started struggling with reading, and it was pretty down hill from there. There was generally at least one class I loved in Jr High per year, and high school... well it all sucked, except Band and my Science classes, and well I sucked at Band but it was still fun.
I did like going to school, although I went through a brief phase of begging my parents to send me to a private, conservative Christian school. Thank God they didn't listen.
Mostly. First, I enjoyed learning, then later I liked hanging out with the stoners, then in college I figured out how to do a little of both.
Not at the time, but I wish I could be there now. Well, not there there. I hated that school, but another school would be nice.
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