Since we knew each other very well, the parties were not chaotic.
The only challenge we had was the host’s parents showing up before the party was over.
It marks the time when we have just shed our baby skins and we are coming into our bodies. At this point, we are mature enough to recognize our interests, our passions and everything else we need to know about ourselves.
Many consider their college lives to be the best, but to me high school is better, because it has more fun and less workload. Boys are transforming into young men, while girls are blooming into beautiful young women.
Indeed, we learned about romanticism, realism, transcendentalism, etc. Most of the writing we did was simply based upon our own opinions. I believe that deconstructionist theory was the most helpful theory I learned this year for analyzing literature.
Breaking a poem up line by line or image by image or even a story into small sections made it a lot easier to grasp the main concepts of the work. I still tend to be a little too wordy at times, I misplace commas, and I still forget how to properly cite my research sources every now and them.
The concept of life becomes clear here and the students get a glimpse of how the real world works.
Just like in real life, high school life can be grouped into two: the fun side and working/studying side with a grey area in between, for activities such as hobbies and interests.
Another fun thing we did with my friends was wear the same costume during Halloweens.
We would plan for the best outfit and just blow everyone away at the high school Halloweens party.