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What are two things you wish you could go back and tell your high school self?
1. There will come a day when you will not give a rat's patootie who was popular in high school!
2. In that same vein - Don't worry so much about the opinions of people who you don't like anyways. Why oh why did I stress so much about what certain people thought of me when I couldn't stand them anyways??? I wish I had just chilled out, been myself and not stressed about what the "cool" people thought.
2. Get your summer school done early, not on the last day because the power will go out when your on your last set of problems and you wont graduate!! (Technically I am a high school drop out. I did not finish high school. When it was time to graduate I was 1 credit short so I signed up to take a basic math class worth 3 credits in summer school so I could walk with my class. I procrastinated and waited until the last day to go in and get all the work done. I was 5 minutes from finishing it and the power went out and did not come back on. I did all the work except for the very last quiz. I had just started it when the power went out. They wouldn't even budge and give me that one credit because I did not finish the course therefore I never got my diploma and never offically graduated. They told me the only other thing I could do was pay to get my GED. I refused because I didn't think it was fair. Now I don't need it because I have a college degree. No high school education but I have a college degree!)
Last edited by rhill4455; April 16th, 2013 at 02:12 PM.
I was kind of that kid in HS who had my stuff together (3.8 GPA, part time job, played sports, had a great group of friends, your standard over achiever)...so maybe just keep up the good work it will pay off in the end?
1 - Find satisfaction from within, no guy will give it to you.
2 - Whatever it takes make the talked about trip to meet your family. Take the summer, take longer, I don't care how much airfare to Australia is, go or you will always wonder "what if".