Sunday, August 10, 2008

First week of high school

My first day of high school was August 6. It wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I was mainly just nervous that I was going to get lost and end up somewhere in the senior halls and get thrown in a trash can. Another thing that I didn't like about it was that I had gym my first class. Other than those two little details the rest of the day, and the week, went by pretty smoothly. I have gym, then advanced biology, Spanish 1, and finally accelerated math. the reason that it looks like I don't have many of classes is because our school goes by block scheduling, each class is an hour and a half long. The most boring class I have is math. To be honest, my favorite class is biology. The teacher is really funny, we get to do experiments that help us learn what we have to in the book but in an easier way, and he has an iguana that he brings out at the beginning of every class that he puts on his shoulder and leaves it there the entire class. And to joke around, he sneaks behind one of the really girly-girls and puts her on their head. He has only done that once so far but it was so funny we had to take a break from the actual lesson we were studying to laugh our butts off. Even the girl who had the iguana put on her head was laughing after a little while. But my Spanish teacher is not as funny. I mean, she will joke around and listen to a students story, but she doesn't do it all the time. What I'm trying to say is that she won't joke around or listen to a story if we are covering a lesson. But if we are done with an assignment and we have a few extra minutes she'll joke around by asking some of the students who don't pay attention questions in Spanish just to single out the fact that they were not paying attention. And my math teacher has that kind of slow monotone voice that just forces you to go zone out. But when we don't get something, he would be more than happy to go over it again so that you can get it. That is probably the best thing about his class. Every one will say that they don't get something and he will have to go over it a couple of times which kills our class time so we have to do less in a shorter amount of time. But like I said earlier, high school is not as bad as I thought it would be. Writing this makes me wonder what my sophmore, junior, and senior years will be like.

7 comments:

Clay Perry said...

high school is like anything else, there are jerks, nice people, idiots, scumbags, and scary people to deal with. you have to do a lot of things you dont want to & in a few years you get cut loose.. enjoy it while you can & do your homework... its not hard, just a pain...

C.S. Perry said...

High school can be a great time. I had a blast while I was there. It can be hard and boring but you'll meet a lot of good people (and a lot of jerks) and have a lot of fun. Get into some clubs and take advantage of all the options you have.
Learn as much as you can because college will be tougher and you'll need to have good grounding in a lot of subjects. But don't forget to have fun while you're there. And kiss as many girls as you can while you can. These days won't last forever.

HeartofGoldPlate said...

I remember walking home with you from kindergarten. Pretty soon you'll be able to drive to and from school. Where has the time gone???

Patrick said...

God only knows Laurie.

Tequilla said...

My orientation for High School is this Mon. and I will start school on the 26th which is a Tue. I hope that my high school years will be somewhat enjoyable. The only reason I go to school is to get me one step closer to my goal of being a geneticist. School to me a job not a vacation or fun I go there to work and later get paid.

*-Patrick, thanks for the e-mail-*

Jules said...

I can't tell you what comfort it brings me La-La to know that Clay and I are not the only ones who have these memories with the boys. SO when he is old and we are decrepit we can tell his children all about it. We have to make sure to get you here when James starts kindergarten. He won't stand for his Bubba having soemthing with you that he can't. :-)

your dad said...

you need to post a new blog about your second week of school...