Top 10 Best School Grades
In Kindergarten, you just play with toys, sleep, and don't have to worry about grades or tests or homework. For me 4th Grade was probably one of the worst years of my life. I gut bullied for being the shortest girl in the class, a boy named Alex almost threw a dead wolf spider on me (On purpose), I had a mean teacher, and I was known as the werido in 4th grade.
You had nap time! Come on, you don't get that in the other grades
But Kindergarten was pure torture for me. I was always sent to the office because I never talked or wanted to play with any of the other kids in my class. It's called being Independent. Some teachers need to understand this...
Kindergarten was amazing. Everybody thinks you're adorable, so you never get messed with. Kindergarten teachers are generally, amazing, sweet, kind people, and you have literally no homework.
In 5th grade, there was a dance party only for 5th graders. There was a pool party only for 5th graders. In 5th grade, there is no one older than you, so you rule the school until the teachers walk by. 5th grade was the best so far because I had perfect grades, awesome group of friends, and amazing teachers. When I was in 5th grade, there was an ice cream party for the kids who got As and/or Bs the entire year, that I got to attend. I also attended a pancake party, and let me tell you, that was pancake party ranks higher than all of my birthdays combined on a scale of awesomeness. Only two or three school bullies, but they one of them was in 3rd grade, and I could easily lift him off the ground if I wanted to get back at him. One of the most awesome, cool, amazing things you could do in 5th grade was sign up for safety patrol. I told my best friends to sign up, because I wanted to experience it with them, and they did. The rules were that if your grades dropped to a D or lower, or you got suspended or written up, you would have to turn in your awesome looking badge. So the 5th graders who just signed up had to wait for a half day, because on half days, you would have to greet everyone at school goodbyes at the main entrance/exit, if you were new to safety patrol. After you are safety patrol for two months, about four half days have gone by, and you sort of get a promotion I guess. Then you have to patrol hallways for like an hour per day, and the best part about that is that you get to skip one hour of any subject you choose. I chose writing, and that was the second best decision I ever made in 5th grade, joining the safety patrol being the first. I found out that my grades didn't drop when I missed writing, just because I was safety patrol. Now, here's where it gets exciting. After you greet people goodbye, patrol the halls for an hour per day, you get your next promotion to bathroom patrol. That is the worst part of the safety patrol, even though I had a salary... more
My fourth grade year started out kind of rough. A kid two grades ahead of me who was a really good friend of mine was starting middle school and I made my first enemy. After dealing with those parts, it was a good year for me. I went on a field trip to Harrisburg and my teacher was AWESOME! Social Studies was especially awesome.
Honestly, this was my 2nd favorite year of school because the teacher was great and wasn't lazy or mean, math was easy, and there were lots of interesting new things. I loved it.
HORRIBLE. The teachers think you are the oldest in school when there's 5th, 6th and 7th! Also they say your too old to get cheered for. REALLY? and I'm in fourth grade and so far I'm about to get home schooled.
The grade when I moved into a new school. There was this kid that acted evil and he still watched very, very, very babyish shows like Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.
My teacher is like the best teacher. Floats? Yum! Marble parties and perfect attendance parties? Fun! Hating her? Dumb!
My teacher was awesome and my life went from awful to good. I took fun field trips and many ither good things happen
I liked 3rd grade it was really fun! My teacher was friendly and we got to do tons of dace party's and we ate a lot of candy to we also got a lot of prizes too. I also had a lot of friends that year as well.
We had something called "Quiet time" where we could do whatever we want for 10-15 minutes. It could be on the computer, you could draw, almost ANYTHING. We even watched movies. There was also something called passion projects where we could make a project of our passion. In math we played math games on the computer (sometimes.) Most of all, my teacher was super funny and not that strict.
3rd grade has to be the best. My teacher was the best part because even though she is something 48, she is always fun and really laid back. Like I would be saying "Um, Mrs Teacher, can you repeat that because I had to pick up my water bottle that fell." And guess what? SHE DID. Nowadays when you ask the teacher to repeat something they give you a dirty look and repeat it while watching you like a hawk. It was overall a good year and even though I had only one friend,he was a good one. I had no idea that 3rd grade was the one that I should've enjoyed while it lasted.This should be number one on list
Senior year, best year of high school turns out to be a disaster just because of 1 stupid class. Do not take AP-Calculus AB. Big mistake. This class is meant for high school students who excel in difficult college math not some average high school seniors. While most of the seniors are taking Pre-Calculus, I'm stuck in a calculus class with 15 other nerdy students (two of them are in 10th Grade. Pretty impressive). The course will move at a very fast pace and most of the questions on tests and quizzes challenging or never taught in class. I ended up getting 60 in first semester and 64 in second semester. It's not even a surprise that I got a 1 on the AP Exam. I wished that I never skip to Algebra 1 back in 8th Grade and stick to Pre-Calculus during my senior year. AP Calculus AB is basically the only reason why my transcript is horrible.
Horrible.I struggled with AP Calculus AB and had to study and study which completely ruined my senior year. Got a C in the class and 3 on the exam. Completely ruined the senior vibe.
For many people, it is the starting point of high school, which means teachers go easy on you. It is much easier than grade 7, when they gave us such a heavy load of work. You can also remember it better than kindergarten.
Gave me a lot of anxiety that year, but 8th grade is the one year where you start to form your friend groups and you can basically start over if you wanted to (let's say you messed up bad in seventh grade), plus being a freshman most of the friends I speak to are the ones I made in eighth grade.
I found an official (temporary) friend group and it was an interesting year. Many kids were problematic and I developed a special loathing for three kids, but graduation was amazing and it was a good year to me.
Absolutely not! 1st grade was horrible! Whenever I took my paper to her with only one wrong question, she'd say "NO!" then hand me the paper. She threw it at me twice. She also said "You guys are the worst students in the world!" When I looked at my watch ONCE, just ONCE, she said "Give me your watch!" She was just so annoying.
1st grade was rough, we had a strict teacher that would yell at us for talking. But at least I got some good grades. But it was still a rough year.
I moved to a new school in the second grade, and all my classmates told me that year that all the first grade teachers were the worst.
Unlike Middle school, 9th grade was a complete nightmare . My only friend and I were not popular among other peers. To make matter worse, the seniors take this as a perfect opportunity to make fun of our appearance (they keep pointing the fact that we look younger) and height (we were 5'6 and 5'7 and they were like 6'2). They would something different things to us like stealing homework, pushing us, and blocking our locker. I tried to report them but the school see those stupid seniors as "special students" who are superior to everyone else. I was happy when 9th grade ended and to see those jerks leaving the school. I am currently in 10th grade and it's way better than 9th grade.
This grade is my favorite grade, I don't know why, but I like how the numbers are going, I had great things happening this grade. So I see how most people hated this grade, because there was a lot of bad things happening this grade in there personal life! Like there was upperclassmen picking or bulling them, getting put in special ed/recourse classes, having a hard getting good grades, and of course there are police officers arresting them! So it really bothers me to see how people claims 9th grade was the worst grade! You can either like or dislike my comment that's fine, because there are plenty of people who had a good time and enjoyed this grade like me. So you need to be accepted even though you hate this grade!
Grade 10 is the worst. Even though I did fine in most of my classes (A,B, and C), I nearly destroyed my high school GPA by bombing Chemistry class.
I'm not in grade 10 yet, (I will be this September) so the only reason I voted on it as of right now is because grades 10-12 at my school get an extra day of the summer break, plus grade 10 seems to be the least stressful year in high school as you won't feel like you're on the bottom like you do in grade 9, but at the same time, you don't really have to worry about college yet.
Pretty good school year actually. I had a lot of fun and it's the last year you feel like a kid. The ending sucked but most of the school year was really good.
The start of a non-universal middle school life... As a turning point in my life, it was hard to adapt at first to the environment. Eventually, I made close bonds with my friends today, went out of my introverted shell, and developed as a mature student. My grades didn't change though (I still got A's as of the 2017-2018 school year). Though in 8th grade, I continued to become the student I am today while began understanding the importance of being myself. I'll never forget my middle school years, especially 7th! Let's hope I improve even further during high school.
Basically like 6th Grade except the courses are 10 times harder. Also, you gained respect from the older kids and no longer seen as a nuisance 6th Grade toddlers.
I live in the UK, the equivalent of Grade 7 (age 12-13) here is called Year 8. It's the last year before you start your GCSE exam courses in Year 9, which is when you have to put in so much more work and it's a lot harder. Also in the summer of that year, there was a heatwave so we all ended up hanging around on the school field and playing football, it was carefree. I made a lot of new friends in this year too, all of which are still with me today. We also had a great school trip to Germany for a week, which was a really great experience for me. And I haven't even started on the World Cup fever in that summer... it was just glorious.
One of the worst Grade Level. I was a 4'11 boy and my friends' height are close to my height. It's not even 1 month and those tall rude 8th graders started messing with us. To make matter worse, the teachers doesn't care. Gym with other grade level is the worst especially with the 8th graders. Some 8th grade moron think it would be funny to put gym on my hair and constantly stole my gym uniform. By the end of 6th grade, I am glad those horror are over!
I loved sixth grade. Sure bad stuff happened like relatives dying, car crash, hospital visits, my mother spraining her wrist, but hey 6th grade was the best for me so far! I had a huge crush on a dude, and went around for ever without anyone knowing, and I was the one who finally got the chance to tell someone I liked them without a friend doing it, and embarrassing me. Plus my teacher was amazing! (Even though she split her head open and her brain was bleeding, and she almost died) she can't smell or taste but she was still an amazing teacher! Greetings to you Mrs. Martin (ha beatchya!) also I loved my math teacher, she was fun.
11th was NOT the best grade ever! It was better than 10th grade, but 11th grade was awful! Lots of students going to detention, students are too involved in sports than education & lots of good friends I have be going to activities during lunch! So yeah I'm happy to be a senior in high school now.
The most frustrating schoolyear I've ever had. It has its moments but the lows are lower than any other years. There's way more stress of growing up, the people for some reason become fake this year, school environment gets so bad that you just wanna leave. 1st semester was decent but 2nd semester was abysmal. Overall a terrible schoolyear and one of my worst ones.
Its great. Only 2 years left in school, all wrapped up in the anticipation of Senior Year and Graduation, and best of all, this is the grade many get their drivers licence.
When I was in preschool, I was 4 going on 14. I ditched class a few times, was the spoiled princess preschool bully, and I once threw a ball over the playground fence and laughed about what I did. I guess you could say I peaked in preschool.
Well I went to one of the worst preschools in my nearby with teachers who attempted to kill me multiple times by nuts. Exaggerated but seriously I despised my time here until my last year when I finally had control over my conscousness
You get to take naps and I only had to go a half day 2 or 3 days a week. Didn't have to get up too early.
Grade 13 is the best because the classes only focus on your interest. College has more freedom. Even though, I'm Only in 6th grade. It would be an exciting year for me!
Sheesh this year is the best. I am only 9th grade and 13th is where it's at. Greatest Of All Time. (GOAT Status)
Grade 13 is the best year to be in school.
What the hell is this