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School - the Good, the Bad, the Ugly.

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School can be a crazy place, filled with the good, the bad, and the ugly. In highschool I would have a totally different perspective, but being out for almost 2 years I have a whole other view on the good, bad and ugly.

Many people may not see it, but 'good' out weighs the bad and ugly in school. its ful of poprtunities! School introcues you to friends. some short-lasting and sine you will remember forever. It guides you in directions you never thought possible by offering sports teams, clubs, and activities. But most important it gives you an education, which gives you a future.

Without motivation around you, school can be a bad place. Every one needs some sort of motivation and guidance to get them through. Some students don't receive this due to having a teacher who poorly educates and communicates with students. Also personal life, such as relationships between friends and family can play a big role in the school experience being a bad one. Not everyone has the support they need and some can slip through the cracks. Highschool is a breeze, once you get out it is a different story. getting into the real world and feeling lost is the absolute ugly thing about school. Not being prepared for what post-secondary school has to offer is horrible. Being rejected from programs, having to pay out-standing amounts of money and figuring out what you want you want to do for the rest of your life are all things that are ugly when not prepared for it.

School is full of many ups and downs. This makes is good, bad, and ugly all at the same time. The only thing to do ios stay focussed and be positive. You can never have enough education even through the good, the bad, and the ugly.




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