rain.on.me wrote:My highschool, its public, and it's like way over-populated. There's like five different towns that have kids that go there. And instead of building a bigger building, they just add trailers outside for the classrooms. There's like fifty trailers outside. Its disgusting and embarassing. You have to walk outside in the mud and rain because there's no paths to get to your classroom.
That kinda reminds me of one of the Clique books that I've read.
I used to go to a private school, but I graduated this year from their eighth grade class and now I'm going into the public high school. I'm really nervous and it's going to be a lot different because there's going to be a lot of people who are used to it in high school and then you add in the two private schools in my city and you'll have like 30 students were are like really really nervous.
I used to like my private school, but ever since the old retarded principal took place, I've been hating her ever since. I think she's racist some times, but let me just say--thank god that there is a new principal at that school, the eighth graders this year will be GLAD.
At my high school, we have a lot of country schools that are being combined with the city schools (minus the private schools) and so they are used to the people, unlike the private school people. They kinda stereo type us, like one my classmates met a guy who said "Where do you go to school?" "St. Anne's" (I replaced the names, stalkers.) "That means your rich right?" "No." "But you said you went to St. Anne's, right?" "Yeah." "That means your rich. "No, I'm middle class." The guy walked off and yeah. They also think that we're brainacs and good people who like pray to God all the time. (Only a few people in both Private Schools have religious issues) But really, we're just like everyone else--except that we went to a Private School.