If you’re reading this, you’ve probably heard or thought ‘and so starts ‘the best four years’ of my life’. I am here, forcefully being told to give you advice, and my first piece of advice: expel that very thought from your mind right this moment (wait for college man). That is not me being cynical, or giving you a bad image of the start of your high school career, I’m just a firm believer in not overestimating things or else reality will be dull in comparison you your expectations. I am going to be straight forward and blunt so pay attention! I don’t want you to be reading this twice, even for those who need to.
To start off I will give you the generic advice that you have heard time and time again, but I cannot stress enough how important it is you follow it. You MUST stay ahead of your work. Even if it is just an assignment that isn’t do that day, if you leave the paper of the assignment to rot in your backpack forgotten until the day before it’s due, nine out of ten times that night you’re going to be swamped with work because trust me, it accumulates fast.
So I suppose now
So, I suppose now I shall give you personal advice for each teacher.
Mr. Hein- Okay, despite what you MAY hear, don’t try bribing the man with food. The best way to get on his good side, shockingly, is to do well on tests and to PAY ATTENTION in his class. Also, try not to say you respect Hitler, women deserve to be abused, or the Australia is a part of the United States…it was painful this year.
Miss Transue- Get ahead of your blogs, or stay ahead of them. I’m currently writing this the day before its due, and I’m kind of regretting it.
Mr. Woolcock- This class has potential to be a lot of fun, just…pay attention guys, when you do great things happen. Also, you may get on the good side of an amazing student teacher.
Mrs. Farr- Mrs. Farr’s class is amazing, and she’s so straightforward. DO NOT be immature I beg of you in her class, she can handle a rowdy class, but just be nice for her, she’s a great lady.
Mrs. Host- SWEETEST lady ever. Seriously, my advice to you is to be nice to her or else I’ll come after you.
Mr. Delano- If you have him, may God help you.
So, here is my advice. Hope you survive freshmen year doing more than just that, surviving.