10 Surprising Things You’ll Actually Miss About High School
As the school year comes closer to an end, there are plenty of graduating high school seniors who will beginning another chapter of their lives. While there are lots of great things about moving on, let’s not forget about those surprising things you might actually miss when high school is said and done.
You might not believe us now, but there are at least 10 surprising things you’ll actually miss when high school is over. Don’t believe us? Scroll below to see what we’re talking about!
1. The flexible schedule. Sure, you might have to start early, but you’ll soon realize being done by 2 PM every day is quite the luxury.
2. Seeing your friends every.single.day. Sometimes you might get annoyed seeing them that much, but a lot of you will go down different paths after high school, so cherish the time you have with them now.
3. Having things to do after school. Sure, you might hate having ASB and sports after school (in addition to having to do all your HW), but once that’s over, you might get kinda bored.
4. Substitute teachers. We all know this basically means you don’t have to do anything in class that day. WOOT WOOT!
5. The amount of school work. Your senior year is pretty chill considering you’ll get into college at some point during the year, but when you actually get to college was like here’s an hour’s worth of stuff to do… for every class.
6. Gym class. Sure, it seems pointless at the time, but it’s basically dedicated time to goof off.
7. Having classes with the same people. You go through a lot with this people, and there’s not that much consistency later in life.
8. Snow days. In high school you PRAY for snow days to happen so you didn’t have to go to school. But when you have a job, you still have to go even if it’s snowing outside. Womp, womp.
9. Getting to take a variety of different classes. Sometimes you might wonder why you have to take Marine Biology, but it’s good to expose yourself to new things.
10. Feeling like you run the place. You’ve been there for four whole years! You know all the teachers and all the ins and outs that go along with it.
Anything we missed? Sound off in the comments!