Does anyone else think they're going to miss school?

Does anyone else think they're going to miss school? Topic: Does anyone else think they're going to miss school?
June 18, 2019 / By Abagael
Question: I've spent the last nine months counting down the days until summer. Especially in the last few months, I've been soo sick of school and just ready to get out. However, in the last week or so, I've started to realize I'm going to miss school too. I guess part of that is that the end of the year is always so easy so I'll probably miss the fun last weeks of school, not the long boring parts in the middle. Still, I know that once summer starts I'm going to miss being around people everyday and always having something to do. Not that I'm not still looking forward to summer. I just don't want to spend time missing school when I know that during school I couldn't wait to get out. What about you guys?
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Sonny Sonny | 3 days ago
hell no. i've been out of school for a week and i'm lovin it! i have so much free time, i can hit the mall during the weekdays, go swimming and hang with friends at nightt. and i can't wait for my vacation(: summer gives you so much FREEDOM! school does nothing but make you stay at home and do stupid homework.. ANDDD you go out less. i hate school.
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Sonny Originally Answered: Does anyone else think they're going to miss school?
hell no. i've been out of school for a week and i'm lovin it! i have so much free time, i can hit the mall during the weekdays, go swimming and hang with friends at nightt. and i can't wait for my vacation(: summer gives you so much FREEDOM! school does nothing but make you stay at home and do stupid homework.. ANDDD you go out less. i hate school.

Oscar Oscar
Yeah, I do. I won't miss the classes, or the teachers, or the uniform, or the school building at all; I'll miss the people, making fun of different aspects of it with my friends. How easy it is - now I'm in the same classes as my friends, skipping class doesn't have a long-term effect, I know the teachers and who'll believe me, I can see people anytime I want because I'm in the same place I've been forever, I know people. Now I have a reason to get up in the morning. It's banal, but it's familiar. I'm studying my A-Levels at college from September. It'll be different, but I think overall I'll prefer it; all that will bother me is missing people. I like the idea of an almost new start - same place, a few of the same people, a few different. It just scares me. :/
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Leo Leo
I hate my school, and most of the people in it, so im moving but like you ive been counting down til' summer because my family is vacationing in LA for 2 months :) I get what you mean though. At my old school, couldn't wait to get out but then I realized how much I would miss school (because I moved) and looking back I miss it even more....
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Jake Jake
Yeah I always miss the social aspect of school. Hanging out with friends in the hallway, watching guys watch me, and I even miss showing off my new clothes. Having a few months to myself when I have nothing to do is pretty lame, but it always makes me more and more excited for school to start up again even if it means work.
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Fonzie Fonzie
I hate leaving school for the summer. I feel like so many people grow apart during the summer season because you aren't together all the time. I hate regular school, like the work and stuff. The best part of the school experience is making memories with your friends.
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Fonzie Originally Answered: Go straight to grad school for a PhD or teach High school on the way?
Are you aware that most students in doctoral programs at good universities do not pay their own way? Most get assistantships and stipends, along with things like tuition remissions, to cover the costs. In English, many doctoral students also work at local colleges teaching some of the many sections of English composition which are required. Very few doctoral students take out more loans, and your undergraduate loans would be deferred until you were finished with your coursework. Teaching middle/high school requires an entire different education and would put things off considerably for you. Obviously, there is nothing wrong with being a middle/high school teacher, but it doesn't prepare you for a life of scholarship at the university level, and you need to get teaching credentials to do it, which won't help you at universities. Furthermore, many parts of the country have cut back on hiring over the past year or two, and you could easily find yourself unable to find a job teaching English - certainly here that would be the case.
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