There comes a time in every modern day preteen’s life when they have to go through this traumatizing, dramatic, and awful experience called Middle School. It’s one of the more challenging transitions I’ve ever faced. We go through hormonal changes, class changes, freedom changes and overcome new experiences. Middle school is that place where they throw you to transition through that awkward stage. I find it to be absolute hell and a general pain. But it’s within all the hell, drama, trauma, pain and crap that we all take that prepare us for high school and lets us truly find ourselves.
Let’s go way back to 2010 I had just gotten out of this excellent place full of effervescence, easy work, little people, racist people, and absolutely no stress. Then I entered sixth grade. I remember my first day I didn’t go to open house so on the first day I saw the building and it had looked like some old crusty and dead building from 1932. Then I had to go through the moldy glass doors to the office. There in the office it seemed like fifty million people were sitting there waiting for the schedules and I was just some awkward short kid waiting to find out what room he was supposed to go in. After I got my schedule I walked down this extremely small, old, and half way painted hallway filled with parents and lost kids to my homeroom and ironically my first period teacher, Mrs. Dinnler. When I sat down every one was sitting there awkwardly staring at the crooked smart board, no one smiled or talked we all just sat there in awkward silence. Then this Turkish lady starts talking with this strange accent, and at first we didn’t realize she was our teacher until she finally said “Welcome to New Springs Middle School” with s...
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...own scissors at a kid, slapped a kid, cussed at plenty of people, made lots of friends, learned new experiences and most importantly made the most out of absolutely nothing. When I look back at it I’m not proud of my decisions, but what I had learned was 1. Make the most of nothing 2. Life isn’t all roses and flowers and 3. Most importantly who I was not some violent dark kid who that school pushed me to be but who I am now. I think that most kids in their horrible experiences learn the same things I do we tend to test our limits in that time, we all go through changes in our bodies, we experiment to find out what kinds of people we like (well I didn’t), we learn so much in middle school not academically but just about life. Even though there isn’t one kid I know who doesn’t think its absolute hell, but even though it is it has prepared is for life and high school.
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