Top Ten First Things You Think On Your First Day of Middle SchoolEver wonder what it's like your first day at middle school? Or do you want to look back at the memories of middle school? Well this list has it all!
I remember my first day of middle school, we all were told to go to the cafeteria. Then, in a split second, everyone just moved down the hallways. And, hell, I even got lost just getting to the gym, which I remembered quite well, because we had a tour months before then. Luckily, the majority of my classes are in the same hallway, except for my French class and 21st Century Skills Class. Don't even get me started on my locker...
I remember getting lost on the first day and being too scared to ask anyone where to go, it ended up taking me 20 minutes to find my first class
For me, middle school and high school alike were easy adjustments. They felt like home within a week or two. And it feels smaller and smaller as time goes on...
At my school they shove 200 kids in a tiny hallway and I was short, so I could barely see the door. Then I walked into the wrong class.
I live in a place where my middle school has like 1200 people in it and the high school has like 5 thousand something people. And it's horrible when you are as introverted as me, seriously I only have like maybe 3 or 4 friends, it's sad, but I'm working on it.
Nah, I was used to this since my elementary school fire code said 600 people at max in building, and we had over 1000 students alone. Life at Rachel Carson Elementary
My school has only 600 kids. I'm fine with it because it's multiple buildings, and there's no lockers.
This is honestly me when I attempt going to my locker. Even just moving in the hallway is a nightmare
My first day, it was tricky, but after that I was fine. You get used to it. By the end of first quarter you can open your locker fast. Sometimes your locker gets jammed, I recommend to check to make sure your backpack or whatever is not sticking out.
Simple. You gotta steal the bulldozer, and then crush your locker, and there you go, your locker is opened.
Why don't they just give out instruction manuals?
I had to ask the teachers to open my locker for the first month of 6th grade, so if you ever need to ask the teacher, just know that it's not as embarrassing as what happened to me
No, they will give you 3 pages of homework on the first day.
No it is special ed
50% adults miss school.
Detention! Homework vs You're Fired!
Watch Grange Hill or Waterloo Road
At least its not North Korea education, study Kim-Jong-il for reading.
Number one! Vote for this! Seriously, I say this every day. Even on weekends I can't enjoy no school, cause I'm thinking about Monday when I have to go to that dreaded brick building again!
All humans hate school
I agree so much!
Middle Schools in England and Wales are ages 7-11 or 9-13 or 10-13
Middle Schools in Scotland are 5-14
Middle Schools in Northern Ireland are 11-14
But you don't need to go to a Middle School your parent can choose primary if you are ages of primary or secondary (high), because there are not many Middle Schools.
Blah blah Nash. This depends on maturity.
I had a few older people try to do me a lot of harm or slice me open with broken CDs in 5th grade and even 7th, what 8th and 7th graders usually do to younger people is silly stuff.
Also that one gay or bi dude who tried getting in my stall when I was wizzing and was all smiling, but stopped at the doorway instead. Another guy was washing his hands and said that if he did that again the guy would break his hand.
A 7th grader is the junior grade in middle school(students are usually 12, some are 13, though)
An 8th grader is the senior grade(In some countries, It's the middle year) students are usually 13. But some are 14
7th graders went to 7th grade homerooms and classes
8th graders went to 8th grade homerooms and classes
There you got It! But the hard one is when most of the 8th graders In your school look like 7th graders or vice versa
I never really paid attention to the other grades. Now that I'm an eighth grader I can tell you that a lot of 8th graders don't really pay attention to the other grades. Also it depends on the person really.
I feel like the 7th graders in my school are inferior while my fellow 8th graders are superior. I'm one of the ones that are super nice to you unless you are annoying.
Yes, he was in my elementary. I was actually staring at him until I think he saw me and I just pretended to talk to my friends. Well I did talk to them but did little glances over at him.
I don't care about looks, I care about smarts and humor.
Ew this topic along with puberty and sex I still find disgusting.
This was my exact reaction to getting homework on the 1st day of 7th grade from my history teacher on Monday, 8/20/2018.
In the fifth grade (Middle school where I live.) I was scared a lot when I saw the sixth graders and how huge they were compared to me. Now I'm still super small.
One of my first thoughts when I was in sixth grade lel I'm hoping High school will be better.
Me right now because next year I'll be in high school.
This is how I feel.
I wanted to murder everyone in my class, it's my last year of middle school and I still do
Because middle school has the cringe kids that will only listen to rap music and will make fun of you only because you refuse to "dab".
Cause they want to
At my former middle school, one slip up and you were beaten til you couldn't walk
We'll watch the smoke pour out the doors! Bring marshmallows, we'll make s'mores! We can smile and cuddle while the fire roars!
Nah people from my elementary went to my middle.