Top Ten Worst School Subjects

The Top Ten
1 Math

Mental Abuse To Humans. That's the true meaning of maths. Up to a certain point maths is easy, eg numeracy, simple area stuff etc, but once the names of the stuff are after greek guys - that's when you know you're in for a lot of pain. The amount of times I've tried not to launch my book across the room in class or have a mental breakdown doing homework is unreal. So many mathematical concepts are so difficult to grasp, and I truly believe some people just don't have a maths brain, and for these people it's practically impossible. I know this because I am one of them lol. Plus so much of maths is completely useless unless you want to go into a niche field of work. When am I ever gonna need to know my table of exact values? My brain hurts thinking about it.

Math is important, at least some of it.
I get having to learn how money works, addition subtraction, multiplication, division, y'know, simple stuff. But the rest of it is pointless crap. I honestly think kids should only have to learn about how to find the area of a circle, algebra, the pethagreom theorem, blablablablablablabla, if they plan on getting a job that this kind of confusing crap relates to. Why do you need to learn any more if you want to be a police officer? Or a truck driver? Or a lifeguard? Or a science teacher? And then there's TRULY pointless stuff like the first 15 digits of pi. WHY DO WE NEED TO KNOW THIS?!? Just press the pi symbol on the calculator and boom! There's your answer! There's NO POINT in putting in all the digits!

It is my luck that in biology I have to use King Henry which is the metric System I am praying that I did it right. Oh and worst of all I have to do greater than less than and equal to and I have not done well with that since the day that I first day I learned. I am so bad at math but I will give my best and be slower than I used to be like I was in biology class today to make sure I do it right. I used to be able to correct stuff but now I can't do it is important that I give 100% into everything. Anyhow I realize that nothing is impossible even stuff that I have not understood since elementary school. God bless you guys and I hope you all have a great 2017-2018 school year.

Going to concur to this. Algebra and beyond haver few uses outside of certain professions. I hated working with it, even though I was decent at it. Now an adult for approaching a decade and I have yet to encounter anything in everyday life that makes use of it. As I said, outside of certain hobbies and professions, there is almost no point to it. At least geometry can be useful occasionally like when you renovate or something.

Oh yeah by the way, I asked the teacher to give an example of where I would use this outside of specific professions, and they couldn't come up with a practical answer. Any answer they gave could easily be converted to simple math.

2 Physical Education

I hated Gym Class... But I'll admit it was my own fault. I've never cared for sports (either as a participant or a spectator), and I'm not a coordinated or athletic person. I'm also not very competitive. I pretty much put forth zero effort in gym class, so a lot of the experience being miserable is my own fault for not trying more. Still: it was pretty humbling for me, being humiliated by the coaches each day for not being good enough at this or that activity ... and the comments from the other kids (and the inevitable getting picked last when choosing teams) didn't help my self-esteem much either. It's weird too, because as an adult I do try to work out now (and I'm probably much fitter today than I ever was a teenager). But today, I do solo workouts just for my own health and fitness ... it's not about competing with others, keeping score, and trying to win at everything (or in my case, just struggling not to come in last place in most group activities).

Stop hating on gym it's literally one of the best subjects. It's ok to have friendly competition and actually get up and excercise. If the teachers or students are singling people out, it's them not the actual lesson. It's fun to burn some calories and play games instead of sitting ina classroom all day. Just because you don't like to get up and do something doesn't make it wrong. Some kids enjoy pe. I'm not always the best kid in class. I'm short and a girl. But that doesn't mean I don't enjoy it. My teacher works is hard and gives us fun and creative things to do. Give it a chance it's awesome.

PE is a waste of time and energy. it should be optional as it's quite useless unless you're going for a job that requires you to be in top physical form. like, not everyone enjoys playing sports or running laps lol

I just don't get it. Let the kids who like sports or whatever do P.E. Let the others choose whether they want to do it or something. I mean I know it's exercise, but you have to move around a lot and get sweaty and undress with the other kids. Undressing and dressing takes too much time. Why can't we just do it in our uniform or normal clothes. Why do we have to change clothes. It would save so much time, especially if your a slow undresser/dresser like me. Not to mention, some people aren't comfortable getting changed in front of others and there are hundreds of bullies at school who could make fun of someone or whisper about them or put their noses up at them. And it's so annoying when your just minding your own business, getting changed and some kid tells you to cover up more. It's not like we're flaunting about showing it off and it's called a changing room. That's what it's called, your supposed to change in them! So annoying! I hate P.E. All of it!

3 Algebra

I think the reason I hate it is because it's totally and utterly useless, and it's made into such a big deal--and for what? We will use about 2% of what we learn in algebra in real life. I can't believe home many times I've cried because I didn't understand. I wish I'd realized sooner it won't come in handy, and I'll be perfectly fine with or without it

It is important for STEM but not everyday life so it is useless to teach. Should only teach to people who want to apply to STEM careers.

Math is fine, I think it is a very useful subject and probably the most useful subject. By math, I'm talking about adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing. Also ratios, percents and fractions. But this? When at any time will you need to simplify 4x^2 + 3x +8 divided by 12x^2 + 6x + 4? I have asked so many people the same question. 100% of then answer that they have never used algebra at all. Heck almost any adult can tell you that they don't remember half the formulas they learned.

What to the person who invented algebra. How could someone create something so evil, bad, outrageous that destroys brain cells! Algebra should be wiped of the whole universe! It should be a punishment for ultimate criminals, not sweet and harmless children! Boo, get lost algebra, no one wants you

4 History

I don't care what happened in the Ancient Egypt. I don't care about politics. Do dead people even impact me? If someone were to explain history, I would appreciate it more if they tell how and why this is important. Yeah I know I'm doomed to repeat the past if I don't learn it, but how exactly? Perhaps if I wanna learn about people, psychology would be better since it's more of a science like seriously it could explain what causes these people and their minds to act a certain way. The Middle Ages ended in 1520 YAYYYAY clearly this is gonna help me pay taxes... Besides, the past is in the past just... let go already and move on. What would even happen if I didn't learn that the Christopher Columbus voyaged in the Americas in 1492? Oof I guess I'll have to "repeat" it then.

History is taught horribly.

They spend too much time giving homework and projects that don't help at all. History is the type of subject where all you do is memorize facts. Yet teachers force you to do unnecessary work that does nothing but weakens your understanding of the subject. Here is an example. There's no need for a teacher to assign notes on a section. Science usually assigns reading, but notes are not required. There will be a quiz or test on the material, so your funeral if you don't read. The individual can choose how to study. I actually do worse when taking notes than when not because I'm more focused in the actual material rather than filling up the paper. So I read the chapter in science and understand it. However, there really isn't homework history teachers can assign. History is almost always memorize a bunch of facts, so it is difficult to test critical thinking and application skills. Therefore, they assign notes just for the sake of assigning homework. ...more

History is the worst thing on Earth. Tons of dates and names and titles are shoved down your throats, and you're expected to have remembered everything at the end of the day. Memorizing every single President is a huge waste of time in my opinion. The countless acts and tariffs are so hard to remember what they were for. I realize the whole "Don't repeat history" thing, but I've never laid awake at night deciding to become an all powerful dictator who wants to hurt everybody on Earth. It's quite a boring subject most of the time, and the projects have nothing to do with anything.

History can actually be quite fun, I have a chill teacher who gets us engaged in conversation and fun and easy projects/assignments. But history can be long, drawn out, and boring when you get a bad teacher, it can be terrible.

5 Language Arts

I got a 55% on a reading comprehension test based on a novel. Passed but I hate it. My original most hated subject used to be Social Studies but I realized it's not getting hard but seriously, what's worse than stupid history or politics? Grammar, sentence fluency, creativity for a story, essays, little details in a book, researching, figurative languages and the worst... writing quality! Math is easier for me because it's literally all about methods and sometimes, I don't have to rely on my calculator. I find it so funny many people are bashing on math because it's about numbers but compare it to making sentences. I hate summarizing so much, I can't rephrase it to words on my own and when I have to research, I have to avoid plagiarism!

This class is useful up until 8th grade. 9th - 12th graders shouldn't have to take this class, because high school English classes are a giant waste of our time and a waste of the school's money. It still beats gym class, though.

This is the most boring subject ever. I don't want to write long paragraphs and essays and I don't want to read stupid, boring articles.

English and language arts are the worst things I've had to study in my life. Why do I need to over-analyze books and political cartoons? I thought books existed so you could read them and have fun with the plot, not examine every word and phrase and think of the "hidden meaning" it has! Perhaps there is no reason why the main character decided to do x instead of y. My middle school language arts only prepped me for the state exam ngl they even admitted it and gave us mock exams all the time. And now our classes in high school they focus on college. They don't really go over grammar anymore, which is really an area in need (u don't know how many people mix the "there's" and "your's". It's not cause they're stupid, it's cause they never learned). Maybe I'm just weird? I find math and all the other subjects EXTREMELY easy. All of them but language arts...
I hate language arts with a capital H

6 Foreign Language

I learn Mandarin. There are 4 levels depending on where you're from:
1. Non-Asians
2. Non-Asians/Asian people who know the basics
3. Asian people who aren't Chinese (like Taiwanese or Mixed Chinese)
4. Fully Chinese
If you were level 1, 2 or 3 you were fine. But for me, I was in level 4, which made Mandarin HELL. It wasn't so bad before a new teacher came. She was hella biased to all the actual Chinese people (not Cantonese), and chose students who didn't know the answer. Worse, there was tons of homework and tons of exams.

I love studying languages (right now I am taking a full year of beginner French, almost at the end of the year by the way). I love France and the culture itself and I wish to learn other languages too. But, my teacher, he CANNOT teach.

Sure, I can strike up a conversation and say a few things, but he has very terrible classroom control and he brings in crappy substitutes who,

1.) Aren't even fluent in the language

Or

2.) Can't even teach or explain things that we are stuck on.

My teacher has very high expectations from us when it comes to this subject. He expects us to do very well and understand every single word in a paragraph written in French. Keep in mind that we are the least advanced class in the entire school.

He expects so much that he doesn't even try to calm down his classroom when people start talking or shouting. Hell, he even lets us say swear words.

Now, the subject itself is generally not bad, but my teacher makes it ...more

No offense to deaf people, but American Sign Language nearly caused me to fail Junior Year of high school. It's not just a subject. It's a whole new culture, that if you don't get months of practice before taking the class, you will fail. I mean, by god, how do people make hand symbols and fingerspell read that fast? I'm thankful it didn't hold me back. I like the subject and teacher, but the class was stupid as f

It's pointless if you don't want to travel anywhere outside of your home country. It makes you lose brain cells just trying to pronounce the words. Taking Spanish and French every year is boring. Why not have other languages, such as Arabic, German, Polish (which I can actually speak a little of), Portuguese, Swedish, etc,? It's pointless!

7 Writing

We don't have to grow up to be authors. We learned cursive and now we're forced to write in cursive, it won't help us in the real world anyways. Cursive just make writing slower so you won't catch up with the rest of the class

This was worse when they made you handwrite everything. My handwriting is horrible, and I'd get bad grades on everything because my teacher could barely read it. Typing makes stuff way easier, but essays are awful any way you do it. Let us write want, people!

I don't understand why we will need this in life. Half of the kids in my class never know what to write when we have to write a paragraph or more literally every day.

I love writing if we can choose what we're writing about, and I know most of the comments already mentioned this, but it hurts your wrist after a while.

8 Geometry

When will I ever need this? I don't want to be an engineer or construction worker, I want to be a writer. Hell, I was never that good at math to begin with, and this subject just irritated me so much last year. Honestly, if my grade was just based on tests, I would've failed, because I got an F on every test I took, except semester exams, which I got a C and D on, and those were curved up. Yeah, that's really showing that this useless subject should be taught even though no one gets it and always fails it. Jeez, math was fine before letters were involved.

I can totally relate. My school is supposed to be one of the best math schools in the district, yet all the math teachers suck there. And I got stuck with the worst of them all, oh my god, I can't put up with it any longer. Now I can perfectly see the reason why some high schoolers are dropouts. Shoving all this gibberish down our throats won't pay off in the future unless you're planning on being one of these teachers. This is why I lost all respect in math teachers. They're all the same: boring, monotone robots who give lectures 24/7. Their asses should be fired

I hate this subject so damn much! We got a semester exam recently and I got a 52%. Now my parents blame me for failing instead of being it obvious that it was the teacher's fault. My geometry teacher can't teach at all. She just calls people on the phone and wait for the call back so she can continue teaching. The worst part of it is she expects us to pass the test even though the entire class is failing! Now this is risking my chances for getting a cell phone because I want one and my dad says I have to get a B to get it. If I get anything possibly lower, I'm totally blaming the teacher!

I hate it so much! I only have an A- in Geometry because I get full credit for doing the homework and trying, but it's still the most confusing thing ever! I'm basically dyslexic when it comes to Geometry. It's just a ton of numerical squiggles to me.

9 Religion

This should be No.1, its boring and useless in life unless we all want to become preachers. Plus I'm atheist so this would be really stupid for me. And we can't teach all 10,000 religions at once, so screw that class.

I don't get why public schools would have religion. Catholic or Jewish schools maybe but not public. And to the atheists out there, don't you dare accuse Christians and Catholics of "shoving it down your throat." That is not true first of all. Second of all it is not a fact that it's a waste of time. Third of all, don't you say that it's Jesus and God are fake. Cause it's not. So please stop acting like you are always right.

How is this not No. 1? It is the most pointless subject in the history of the world. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs, but how is this going to help us in the future? What use could this probably do? So in my job interview, this is going to be important? "So you want to work at Pizza Hut? Well, sure, but only if you state ten religions! " Utterly pointless.

In my opinion, I think that science is the explanation to all of this. The air, earth, fire and water all have an explanation. But what do people say when they don't want to believe the truth, they say a man called god did this. Why is god a man? How sexist!

10 Science

You have to learn what medications to take if you get some kind of disease. Without learning Science, you would probably keep burning fossil fuels. So have fun dealing with the heat because of climate change deniers!

This isn't supposed the be first, it's very hard especially with a teacher like mine. I'm in year seven, my teacher gave you a booklet to do over the weekends, well today I was trying to do it, it was too hard, at the bottom of the booklet it had a website link I searched it up and it said grade 9. Only about 2-3 get this done correctly in my class, one is a real female nerd I wish I had her intelligence, the other has a mum which is a science teacher and last is a genius.

I despise Geology and Biology. I can't memorize everything and it's not very helpful for a future author. My teacher says Biology would be "useful" for writing murder mysteries and stuff. Who said I'm going to write murder mysteries?! I just want to write science fiction novels because Astronomy ids the only interesting kind of science so far. Maybe next year when I start Chemistry, I'll like it.

Worst to best

1. Worst: Chemistry/ what we have to memorize the whole periodic table and I barely can even memorize the compound; (sodium, cobalt, zinc etc.) Like come on man give us a break. I kept on getting C's in this class.

2. Easier(Still horrible):Physics/ Will we are on the topic wave and it is literally the worst nightmare of my school year. We have to apply sine and cosine(which I'm not good at), and also it just useless.

3. Best(Really the best): Geology/ This one I get straight A's and I think this one is quite useful compared to other. We can learn out surrounding and how it is formed. Some may disagree with me but this is my opinion. Feel free to comment.

The Contenders
11 Physics

I hate physics so much, I am so bad at it and if I won't learn a single thing I will be bad at it forever. It's very hard and difficult, I also find it boring but that's probably because of my teacher

My physics teacher barely taught anything in 10th grade. Thank god I only had it for a semester, I had to get the hell out of there.

Physics is the worst subject ever, maybe its just my teacher but it is boring not interesting and not fun to do or learn.

It was fun in elementary school. Now it's boring. Literally who cares about the physics of a hockey puck being hit?

12 Dance

Oh. My. God. In my old school (I've moved to a better one now) we had a dance lesson every fortnight. Our teacher was cranky and old, and she had about THREE SONGS (really annoying ones) on her iPod and we had to do stupid dances as a warm-up, walk around and do stupid stuff like retarded hand gestures, and we had to compose a dance. Dance is so stupid! And I'm shy, so a dance lesson is like hell for me!

I had dance topic in Elementary school and if you were there watching us, it would've ranged from completely hilarious to cringey as hell as we cranked Soulja Boys and did pelvic thrusts to MC Hammer's Can't Touch This and James Brown. But we were kids and kids are silly sometimes. I just thank God that we didn't have something like this in High School.

God... I hated this! It wasn't a subject, more of a topic in pe. Good thing we only did in year 7 (usa: 6th grade, I think :/) Anyway, since gangnam style was the main craze at that time, the teacher put gangnam style on REPEAT and we had to dance to it like 200 times. I hate that song as well and didn't want t hear it for a LONG time after that. That's why I hate this topic a lot!

This has to be my worst lesson in school. I can't dance at all people find it amusing when they watch me dance (When I have to). I dread it all day, and when it comes, in watching the clock all lesson and praying that time will go faster.

13 Biology

I'm in 8th Grade now and we had to take it last year in 7TH GRADE! I don't get why we needed to learn such a hard topic in middle school. I didn't even understand a single thing! How do they expect us to know this in middle school?! We should take biology in high school and not middle school.

I'm never going to be a biologist so I don't know the point of learning Bio. It's hard as hell, memorizing all the Amoeba and Euglena and whatnot.

Well I HATe this, except microbiology. Well because you need to know perfect definition, eutrophication is the process where... And lake chocked. Even if you write the spelling of chocked wrong, you get no marks, even if rest is correct (the... Section )

Teacher: Ok class today we will be...
Me: I hope we learn about our bodies more so I can take care of myself well.
Teacher: Dissecting frogs!
Me: That's useless and I feel bad for those frogs.
Teacher: And you must answer the worksheet too.
Me: SCREW YOU BIOLOGY!

14 Literature

I am a 4th grader, which is CRAZY, but on my previous grades of my school I did not have too much homework or classwork, also not a literature subject. But now, I have a BUTT TON of homework because of LITERATURE. It is also very hard for me to properly do this subject. My family says I am GOOD at literature even though I'm bad at it. I had a lot of help from my mom and brother before my literature exam. Somehow, I got pretty good marks for my exam. Now I know the reason why Literature is so hard. I saw on a google page that the reason most students HATE literature subject is because you have to put your own thoughts of a story into writing. I study novels now, which makes it WAY harder to do literature. Before my literature exam, I had to sequence a whole novel called 'Christophe's story' in the main bits.
Seriously. This is the second reason I hate literature in my school ( in a short way) You always have to discuss with a partner before you do some kind of difficult question. MY ...more

I used to always do super well or super bad (barely pass/fail). Usually super bad. So I did a summer reading program. My book was the fellowship of the rings. I got 6:8 on all of the quizzes but the last one when I did very bad but I was sick with bronchitis when I took it. Part of literature that is important is comprehending what you read and my teacher told me to read 3 times and I never did that. Looking back I probably should have done that because the more you read something the better you comprehend it. At my school that I went to you could correct stuff but most schools are not like that so it is best to take your time and maybe even check your work once done. I hope this helps.

This is HORRIBLE. I had the worst time ever having to read boring Shakespeare books! I mean, I can't understand one sentence in those books! In grade 3 we were supposed to read a book during the winter break and it was supposed to be a book that you never read before. All my books are old so I have read them all twice. Thankfully my birthday was in winter so I got a book from my friend!

I started to hate reading when the teacher said "okay, read this book over the summer".
Although this is very common, I was a sixth grader at that time. The assigned book was 500 PAGES.

15 Typing

We literally al know how to type, I am even typing now on the damn keyboard! Even a toddler can type the word "Hi" Like that class was so damn useless!

The fastest way to type is with 2 fingers which my WPM with 2 fingers is 58. But NO the teachers say that's the wrong way to type. They forcefully put your hands on the standard keys and you're just super slow like that. I mean when I type like that my speed is 23. In fact the essays and everything are timed and you have to be faster than a certain amount of WPM. Intact the smartest kid I know who makes straight A's on every other subject but typing cause he's a bit slow at typing.

I had to do this in grade 3 and I thought it would be fun but seriously. I already know how to type! Come on man! Who cares if you put your index finger on the a !?!? My hands are pretty small too so typing class made my hands hurt.

What's worse is that how they want you to put you're hands at! It's horrible! They put your fingers on the main keys an it just hurts your hands! Without doing the "best" way to type I can type up to 62wpm, but using the "best" way to use it I end up typing at 18wpm!

16 Computer Science

I used to like computer science in my past schools. It was very fun. We didn't learn coding however. When I switched schools I thought we will learn coding, one thing I really dreamed of. BUT NO. Instead of coding, all we did is to do history of computing and we learned about STOCKS. I thought we were in computer science, not business or history.

Just incredibly useless. I could be spending time doing something useful like going outside and getting fresh air but instead I have to do some coding. What is the point of coding!?!? It's the most boring class there is.

It's a fun subject. Only if they don't make learning basic syntax taking forever, also it's sometimes entire Codecademy.

Stupid subject. Sorry not sorry.

17 Music

My music teacher, I'll call her Ms. Smith (Just in case she's reading this) She's an extremely strict and harsh lady who really cares about her music, but what's the point? I'm in Grade 9 and I have to sing songs probably meant for primary-aged kids. Not to mention we use broken old instruments, one time I screwed up while we were using bongos and guess what? I had to write in lined-paper over and over again "I will follow the rules" on both sides, and that's why I'm moving high schools.

One of my Music teachers was a witch. She even looked like one. Thankfully, she left. Now, I have a really pale Music teacher who is basically a vampire. He's no better than my past Music teacher.

It's pointless. Most of us aren't going to become musicians. Why are people hating on math and English when we need them? This should be higher on the list.

Music is enjoyable for me. There is only 1 music teacher at my school, and quite a bunch of people get along with her especially those in choir.

18 Civics

Ugh, I can't explain the loathing I have towards this subject. I don't give a damn about the law and we aren't even going to use this in our lives, anyway.

We get tablets but it's so damn stupid.

Who cares about america anymore?

This subject is so dang stupid.

19 Social Studies

Worst subject ever. I almost fell asleep in social studies today! (Not an expression, I literally almost did! )

I found this similar to history, but I'd say that social studies is a better version than history

20 Calculus

I don't even want to know what schools were thinking when they made ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics into a form of mathematics. There's no way I'd ever pass this class without cheating on everything.

Oh my god... Calculus? I would rather be counting to 1 trillion and the teacher beside me.

You thought Algebra was bad? Ha, welcome to calculus.

My brain will explode next time I hear that word!

21 Geology

Geology was so boring and unnecessary. How is it going to help a future author in life?

I loathe geology with everything in me. I'm taking a geology EXAM right now, it is misreable

Sheldon was right. Geology sucks

22 English

I lose all my brain cells whenever I go to this class and it doesn't make me smart instead it makes me very dumb. This stupid class makes me not know how to spell anything all of the sudden

The stupidest thing about this class in my opinion, is the essays. Why do we have to write so much unnecessary words to convey a simple opinion? We need to do the exact OPPOSITE in a resume. This class Instead of educating us is making us stupid.

Its really not that bad but there is one crappy thing about it. When your speaking in front of the class the teacher stops you and says: no no! It's the wrong pronunciation! And you are so embarrassed. I mean that actually happened to one of my classmates and I felt so bad for them.

I mean it would make sense if people who spoke other languages like French, German, Spanish, and Korean would take this class. As for people who speak English already, why do they have to take this class? Is it so they speak English better? They can already speak that. Besides, what good will English classes do for those that already speak the language? If you're a person who DOESN'T speak English, GO AHEAD TAKE IT! This class is for you!

23 Economics

In my school, economy is splitted up n two parts: business administration and politic economy.
The second one is just boring.
But business administration... it's full of complicated things to apply and study, basically it's math with theory.
And you want to know the worst part? The worst part is that today for doing all the job that this subject teach us can be done with a machine tipping a button. DAMN!

It was a decent subject for me, but now this subject is utter garbage! Yes, even worse than Math!

Whats the point of it anyway?

I'm sorry, was this a pop quiz?

24 Art

I quite love art. I like drawing. And I want to become an author/illustrator when I'm older. But my school does NOT teach important things. They don't really "teach" stuff. We are just told to do this. The learning is subtle. So art IS my favorite subject, I'm a year 6 kid in britain, out. -AO/Aroush

From the very first day of Year 7 I already knew it was gonna be painful. The first thing the teacher said was "Draw anime, instant 0. Draw any kind of Asian form of art, instant 0. Draw something which I don't approve of, instant 0. Draw too slowly, instant 0." Then we had 4 stupid assignments, where we had to study the life of Frida Khalo or some woman. Even if I *was* gonna major in art I don't think memorising the life of Vincent Van Gogh would get me a job. Thank god I can drop it next year.

Although I love to draw, I hate this subject as much as people hate math. In my past school, I used to like art and my teachers don't judge what I did wrong but told me how I could've improved. But I moved schools and this is where everything went downhill. The teacher judges what you did and tries so hard to not say "It's bad". Although she is trying so hard not to offend me by saying that it's bad, she already has offended me. I moved schools again and it was even worse. My new and current art teacher is nicer than my past teacher, but that doesn't solve things. I spent over a WEEK working on a piece of art about modern art, and I tried so hard on it and tried my fully best. And what grade did I get? ONE BIG FAT C. An average grade at my school is B, and one project I spent most of my time with got a C. Why did I get this C you asked? Did your project get ruined by someone else? No. I got a C just because I missed ONE SINGLE DETAIL which is to use a little more paint on my project. ...more

I like drawing and stuff but what makes the subject such a pain is one thing, one thing... the teachers. They do not let you draw whatever media you are good at, they make you draw things you don't want to draw.

I wanted to draw manga and cartoons because I enjoyed it and I was quite good at it but my teachers demands I did something else like printmaking which was something I didn't like but it's cool if you like it, I personally don't.

It's like "just let me draw what I want" and then the teachers would go "no, you have to follow your objectives". I understand they want to test your artistic skills in all areas but at least give me some freedom to draw what I can fully express.

25 Sex Education

We had to learn this in year 6. to be honest it was really boring and weird learning about stuff. The worst thing is that teachers make us watch videos about how babies are REALLY born (srry storks fanboys) they aren't made of damn paper. They had to separate us from boy to girl and it wasn't pleasant and plus half of my class were too immature to learn this as a muslim we banned this in mosque, There's a comment about how in other places of the world they are making SE essential in most places. As they said, Kids are too young and naive they start doing weird stuff like playing with privates

Where I live, the government is thinking of obligating schools to teach this in kindergarten. I really hope it doesn't happen or that it only we're fake rumors, because that is just a messed up idea. At this age, kids are innocent and naive. After getting classes like that, they would probably start playing with each other's private parts on the playground and do other ridiculous things like that.

Sex education is important, but it should be taught to single sex classrooms. When teenagers of both sexes are in a classroom together and the teacher puts a condom on a tube or displays a picture of a vagina, there is always a commotion. The girls get embarrassed and the boys make inappropriate comments.

I'm not some Christian Conservative, but I don't think schools should be teaching students graphic details about sex. Abstinence is a choice, but so is having sex. Luckily, this class is optional and students will only take it if their parents/caretakers/guardians alllow them to.

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