I need someone’s advice about school?
Anyway’s can anyone help me! i need an advice!
I am really smart , but there is too much thing’s going around my school that make’s me hate it and going around me!
We live in the MidWest. She used a school where she had to go in person once every week or two and speak to a teacher. There were teachers available online and the majority of testing was done online. She graduated in the upper percentages of her class and was even included in the graduation ceremony. (Wore a cap and gown and walked across the stage)
In doing that, she was able to begin some classes at the local Junior College during her Senior year and so had a jump on things. She is currently continuing her education and is working in a doctor’s office.
Next, I would suggest that you make a list of the pro’s and con’s. Yes, there are a few con’s and by thinking through and letting your parents know that you understand that, they will respect your opinion even more.
Present your request to them in a calm, neutral setting. Let them know that you are willing to abide by their decision but ask them to hear you out completely and wait at least 24 hours before making a final decision.
You could put some of their concerns over your internet safety to rest by offering to help pay for filtering software on the computer.
I hope that you will find peace whatever the decision. Don’t let the whole teen-age experience get you down. You are not yet who you will become. The future is wide open. Some of the most handsome, well-adjusted men I now know had the worst acne and were the most self-conscious in high school.
If they insist you stay in school, then be a trailblazer. Help to positively change the things you don’t like. Rise up and be a positive leader.
God bless you!
Your parents have probably said that school is your job. Treat it that way. Bring up your problems, point out the real physical toll it’s taking on you. You’re not quitting your job, you’re just kind of transferring to a new office.
Try virtual school for a semester. Cut a deal with your parents. You’ll maintain a B+, get your chores done, whatever it is. Ask them what they want.
Make a list of reasons you want to go, in priority order. You get sick in the morning is top, acne meds are on the bottom.
Here’s the thing about your social issues: they’ll be fixed once you leave the hostile environment of your school. You’ll catch up on your sleep, your stomach will settle, you’ll be more confident because you’ll like what you do every day and you’ll have some solid friends. You don’t have to be a social butterfly to be well-adjusted; I’m a loner but I like the friends I have and am capable of making them.
The hard part will be in the beginning, because you’re going to need some time to unwind, to stay in your room all day playing video games until the novelty wears off and you realize that you want to learn something.
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