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  • Schools: Why are all the students so tired?
  • Students: Probably because of the 4-5 hours of homework you give us
  • Schools: Why are all the students failing?
  • Students: Because we're fucking tired
  • Schools: We better give them more homework so they understand the material
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Probation hearings on March 25 1998
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Probation hearings on March 25 1998

Judge: Where do you go to school?

Eric: Columbine High School 

Judge: And what grade are you in?

Eric: I’m a junior 

Judge: What grades do you get?

Eric: As and Bs, your Honor.

Judge: What’s your curfew?

Eric: Uh, 10:00 on weekends and 6:00 on weekdays 

Judge (to Eric’s dad) : Good for you,dad !

Judge: Now,this is the first time you went out and engaged in this kind of activity,isn’t it? 

Eric: Yes sir.

Judge: Now ,why don’t I believe that? 


Judge: What kind of grades do you get?

Dylan: C minus or  C plus ,B minus average.

Judge: What grades are you capable of? 

Dylan: I’m probably capable of A ,B plus average.

Advice/FYI’s to High School Seniors

My main pieces of advice for all those students starting their senior year of high school this fall. Of course, these won’t all apply to everyone, but take what you want from it. Here’s some advice from someone who just graduated. 

  1. By the time you get to senior year you either have 3 close friends. or you’ll be friends with everyone. Either way, cherish them all. 
  2. Do not slack off. If you do, at least wait until the second semester. 
  3. Take easy classes. Unless you don’t mind lower grades in hard classes due to senioritis then I suggest you keep your senior schedule pretty simple. 
  4. Take off periods. You will LOVE them. You will be surprised with how much longer your days feel.
  5. Definitely start driving to school, or carpooling with someone who does. 
  6. Go to the football games. Even if your team sucks. They’re just good experiences.
  7. Actually, go to as many school events as possible. Senior year was my first time going to volleyball games, or the dance shows. This is your last chance to experience them.
  8. You do not need to go off campus for lunch everyday. You do not want to earn your freshmen fifteen as a senior.
  9. Your senior year group of friends will be the group of friends that you wish you’d had all throughout high school.
  10. You will meet new people, and become friends and wish that you met them sooner. Because some of them will be juniors and you probably won’t see them for a very long time. 
  11. Start applying to colleges as early as you can. Preferably once you start senior year, or the summer before. 
  12. If you haven’t already taken your SAT/ACT you definitely need to get started on that your first semester. 
  13. Go to prom if you can. It won’t be the BEST night of your life, but it’s a good one. 
  14. Start thinking about what you want to major in. This is definitely subject to change, but you’re going to want to know a couple options once you start applying to colleges.
  15. Once you do accept your offer for a college, and it becomes definite, high school becomes so much harder to get through because you just want to leave. 
  16. You’re going to be waiting for graduation THE WHOLE YEAR. 
  17. If you’re in a relationship and are going your separate ways after graduating now would be a good time to either end it, or figure out ways to be long distance.
  18. Long distance very rarely works. 
  19. At prom, it is a very good idea to invest in some comfortable shoes.
  20. Take lots of pictures.
  21. Go on college visits to as many colleges as you can.
  22. Save your absences for the last weeks of school because that’s when you are REALLY not going to want to go. 
  23. Be one good terms with some of your teachers, because you’re going to want letters of recommendation. 
  24. If you want to take pictures with your friends after graduation, be ready to pick a place to meet up beforehand because it will be very hard to find them afterwards.
  25. Do your homework. Please. 
  26. Stop talking to the people that you realize you’re only nice to because you have classes with them. 
  27. Now is just not a good time to develop a crush. 
  28. AP tests are suddenly very hard to study for considering that you’ve been taking it easy all year.
  29. Your SAT score does not define you and getting a bad one is not the end of the world.
  30. However, do as well as you can because colleges often give assured scholarships to students who meet certain SAT/ACT scores. 
  31. Your GPA is either going to drop, or raise A LOT. 
  32. GPA doesn’t really matter at this point though. Junior year grades matter the most. 
  33. Spend a lot of time with your family. You’ll be off to college before you know it.
  34. High school parties are honestly overhyped. 
  35. Now would be a good time to acquire a taste for coffee. 
  36. If you oversleep, I honestly recommend just staying home that day unless you have a test. 
  37. T-shirts will become your clothing of choice. 
  38. If you love makeup, like me, by the last 2 months of school you just won’t have the energy to wake up 20 minutes earlier to apply it. So learn to be okay with how you look without makeup. 
  39. Please eat breakfast. 
  40. No one cares if you eat in the cafeteria. 
  41. The freshman look SO tiny and it makes you wonder if you looked that small 3 years ago. 
  42. Go to all the pep rallies. 
  43. Have fun during spirit week. Some colleges don’t have them, so take advantage of it now.
  44. It is totally okay to not have a date for prom.
  45. One of the happiest moments you will have all year is being able to walk across the stage. Also, one of the shortest.
  46. Despite what everyone says, there is a very good chance that you WON’T cry at graduation. 
  47. The senior year teachers are always the best.
  48. Be nice to the freshman.
  49. Be nice to any underclassmen actually.
  50. But also, take pride in being a senior. This is your last year. Own it. 
General tips (General Tips) for killin’ the high school game by your local Mom Friend™:
  1. You’re not alone. Everyone is nervous on the first day. You don’t have to be the brave one.
  2. Write down all of your teachers names and emails and keep them in one place
  3. Learn how to be a student for each of your teachers. You can’t exceed expectations unless you figure out what those expectations are.
  4. Your attitude dictates your experience, so start finding things to get psyched about
  5. Find a sophomore (hi yes hello) who’s willing to help you/give specific tips for your school/teachers
  6. Stock up on healthy snacks to keep in your locker (if your school allows it). Also some not-so-healthy-snacks for when you need a chocolate pick me up
  7. Don’t take yourself too seriously
  8. Use!!! A!!! Planner!!!!!! Even though writing things down isn’t as convenient as using the Notes app
  9. It’s high school. No one is having as much fun as their Instagram and Snapchats make it seem.
  10. No one knows you wore those jeans yesterday
  11. Have a pump-up playlist
  12. Disney music is awesome study music
  13. Learn the difference between their, there, and they’re goddamn it
  14. Be patient with your teachers. Their job is hella hard.
  15. School spirit is fun and not at all stupid
  16. Don’t buy everything on the school supply list. Find out on the first day/orientation what you need for each class and don’t waste your parents’ money.
  17. With that said, invest in some nice fancy pencils/pens
  18. Find a comfy private study spot at school
  19. Take advantage of your study halls!!!!
  20. Reward yourself for the small things. Give yourself a sticker for making it through the first day of school.
  21. Bring a water bottle to school. Leaving class to go to the water fountain is stupid.
  22. Make friends with at least 2 people in each of your classes
  23. Smile at people
  24. Keep an extra phone charger in your locker
  25. Also pads/tampons/whatever you use for your period
  26. Take spontaneous pictures of your friends
  27. Don’t ask “what’d you get?” Don’t be that kid. It’s annoying. Also, stop comparing yourself.
  28. Do extra credit even if you don’t need it
  29. DO your homework right away!!!! Procrastination is not punk
  30. Don’t feel pressured to find a relationship!!
  31. Write a letter to yourself (to read in the future, i have one to read at the end of the school year and at graduation)

(Bonus) Shit to keep in your locker:

  • Healthy snacks!!!! Yay brain food!
  • Non-healthy snacks for when you (or your friends) need a pick-me-up
  • Water bottle #HydrationNation
  • Extra phone charger. It will make you v popular. (just kidding. no i’m not)
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Hair ties
  • Cheesy motivational quotes
  • Pictures of dogs or cats or cute fuzzy animals
  • pads/tampons/whatever you use for your period
  • A sweatshirt (if you run cold like me)
  • Extra change of clothes for spontaneous sleepovers and embarrassing spills

I hope all you freshies and other types of misfits find this useful! I got through freshman year pretty unscathed, so feel free to ask me questions!

hellooo rising seniors!! so junior year just ended (hope we all finished strong) so senior year first semester (i’ve heard) is going to be super busy and it’s best to start work earlier.  so here are my tips / what i’ve been doing

  • have a college list in mind
    • i think it’d be best to consolidate a list before school starts 
  • read the common app essay questions 
  • register for your common app account 
  • read some books!! this isn’t a must to do but some college apps ask for your favorite books so it’d be good to read some more
  • brainstorm some memorable moments in your life that may have changed your prespective etc 
    • it would be good to mind-dump all of these ideas before the school year starts to make the writing portion of college apps to be easier 
  • IF you will have standardized tests to take (if you got caught in that June 2016 ACT Cancellation in South Korea / Hong Kong - i feel you, it sucks) keep studying/reviewing - look at this cancellation as a way to just keep on improving! 
  • RELAX! best tip here - honestly before this school year starts take a break 

Keep reading

  • Peggy: *can't find Thompson and Sousa in a crowd*
  • Peggy: *cups hands like a megaphone* Daniel sweater vests are ridiculous ugly!!!
  • Thompson: *from a distance* YES, THEY ARE.
  • Sousa: *from a distance* Liars! You both love my vests!
  • Peggy: There are my boys.
Story time

My old school was pretty bad because we’d all get surprise drug searches in our classes. (Mind you this is a JUNIOR highschool) 7-9 grade. We used to be assigned hallway lockers based off of our 4th period classes. My friend at the time, had a locker right under mine. The police were called because someone said some kid was selling weed. As the police were searching the halls and classes, they soon went to our locker section. Our class was pulled out to the hallway to be sniffed at the same time they were doing our lickers. One of the dogs went baLLISTIC at my friend’s locker. Immediately she started bawling and the policeman pulled out her bag and tore it open to start searching each pocket. I elbowed her to make her shut up and I asked her why she had weed. She started screeching at me saying I “planted it in her bag”. I guess the cop heard us so they pulled out my bag too. The dog still will not shut the fuck up. It started to paw at the front of my friends bag so the policeman opened it up. It was a pack of FuCKinG OREOS! The cop starts to lose his shit so of course we were all confused. He simply walked up to my friend and asked if he can have one. She threw the whole package at him “here TAKE YOUR DRUG COOKIES” He opened the package and gave one to the dog. Supposedly they give Oreos to the dogs if they found drugs. Later on they busted a custodial worker for having them and selling them to seventh graders. I thought I should have shared my public school experience.


• 4//26//17 •

🌱hello! I’m roro, your local free-range latina 🌿this is my first “bujo” post • idk why i choose to finally be organized in the end of april but you know, late is better than never •

• i’m a junior (grade 11) in the usa and i’m in a few AP classes • i hate my school and all of the people there but i’m tryna graduate so i still put effort in this bullshit •

hobbies • dancing, drawing, listening to music, writing curse words in pretty font, animals are fun, eating too much • vegan life ✌🏽 •

• i have like 500 mental disorders (related to anxiety) • so you will probably see a lot of things here that will make you say “same” • it’s tumblr, we’re all fuck-ups • 🌱i hope you like my new bujo🌿

introductory post

hello! my name is Ora (short for Theodora) and i’m so excited to be joining the studyblr community! i’ve been lurking for about a couple of months and i’m absolutely in love with all of the wonderful people here :)

★ i’m fifteen years old
★ i’m going to be a junior (eleventh grade) next year.
★ i’m a ravenclaw, a pisces, and my mbti is infj
★ i live in texas. yee haw. no, we don’t say that.
★ i speak english fluently, but I’m learning french, spanish, italian, german, portuguese, japanese, and korean.
★ in college i plan going to pursue a major in biomedical/biochemical engineering or premed with a minor in French, theatre, or business, or all three.
★ i like stars! could you tell?
★ want to know more idk why? check here!

★ ap u.s. history
★ ap english iii (ap language and composition)
★ ap calculus bc
★ ap biology
★ pre-ap french iii
★ theatre iii
★ pals (peer assistance and leadership)

@studyign, @studyquill, @studywithinspo - the whole reason i found the studyblr community! i’m eternally grateful to them.

@natastudies, @intellectys, @emmastudies, @rhubarbstudies, @getshitdonetbh@academla, @academiix, @aescademic, @bookmrk, @bluelahe, @birdkostudies, @calmingstudies, @damastudies, @dedaycation, @eintsein, @einstetic, @etudiaire, @educatier, @focusign, @freesiastudies, @fiona-studies, @gradespiration, @gatostudies, @girasolstudies, @growstudies, @hayley-studies, @hardworkign, @halseystudy, @hufflepuffsstudies, @hufflepuffwannabe, @isabella-study, @izzystudies, @ihopeikeepthisup, @idcstudies, @jiyeonstudies, @jhonstudies, @juliasacads, @kikkistudies, @kankenstudies, @khloestudies, @kuroristudies, @knjnotes, @lycheestudy, @legallychic, @lazeystudies, @lentilstudies, @milkystudies, @mochi-studies, @miliastudies, @moirajournals, @miepeachy, @notesworthtea, @neureo, @nerdinaomi, @noodledesk, @nocturnalstudyblr, @obsidianstudy, @officiallystudying, @owly-studies, @physiologies, @penship, @productivityplant, @procrastilate, @prostudy, @quotestudy, @quiietstudies, @reviseordie, @revisicn, @rafstudyblr, @romstudies, @studypetals, @studyrelief, @studyblr, @studyfulltime, @smallstudyblrsunite, @smallstudyblring, @scholarc@thecoffeedesk, @tbhstudying, @the-girlygeek, @thepinkstudyblr, @toomanysubjectstudyblr, @universi-tea, @urbanestudies, @unicaffe, @unscholar, @wendystudies, @winstudys, @waystostudy, @whitepaperairplane, @xiao-studies, @yume-studies, @ysa-crams, @mlykstudy @cllalagram

sorry there are so many, i love all of y’all!! tbh there are way more hehe.

i’ll be tracking #celandine studies, so please tag your posts with that it would make my heart happy! please, please, please message me if you want to be friends/for study groups! i’d love to make some new study(blr) buddies!

- ora xx

school vocab (mandarin)

Originally posted by conangray

note: â ê î ô û are used to indicate the 3rd tone

学校 xuéxiào

幼儿园 yòu’éryuán kindergarten

小学 xiâoxué primary school

中学 zhōngxué middle school

初中 chūzhōng junior high school (grades 7-9 in china & taiwan)

高中 gāozhōng senior high school (grades 10-12 in china & taiwan); high school (grades 9-12 in u.s.)

大学 dàxué college/university

研究所 yánjiūsuô graduate school

医学院 yīxuéyuàn medical school

法学院 fâxuéyuàn law school

学生 xuéshēng student

老师 lâoshī teacher

教授 jiàoshòu professor

年级 niánjí grade/year (in school)

功课/作业 gōngkè/zuòyè homework

校服 xiàofú school uniform

教室 jiàoshì classroom

课 kè class [mw: 堂]

课本 kèbên textbook

练习册 liànxícè exercise book (workbook)

成绩 chéngjì grades

学费 xuéfèi tuition

*here’s the link to my school supplies post*

数学课 shùxuékè math class

历史课 lìshîkè history class

地理课 dìlîkè geography class

物理课 wùlîkè physics class

化学课 huàxuékè chemistry class

生物课 shēngwùkè biology class

音乐课 yīnyuèkè music class

美术课 mêishùkè art class

体育课 tîyùkè physical education/ P.E.

写作课 xiêzuòkè composition

文学课 wénxuékè literature class

申请大学 shēnqîng dàxué

申请 shēnqîng to apply 

推荐信 tuījiànxìn recommendation letter

被…录取 bèi…lùqû to be admitted 

入学 rùxué to enroll

入学考试 rùxué kâoshì entrance exam

毕业 bìyè to graduate

as usual if there’s any mistakes just let me know (an ask or a message are the most reliable means of communication as i am not always able to check the notes on my posts for replies)



hey guys! just wanna let u guys know that i am in my 3rd year of High School! and today i went to school and got home around 5:25pm? i think? i can’t remember… i’m too goddamn tired to remember anyways

BUT, yea.. since u all are most likely new here, and some of you have stayed longer but still don’t know the case, is that my school is a mother fuckin’ strict ass military base like, i’ve ever been into in my LIFE. not to mention that every senior in whatever grade(elementary,junior high, etc) u are going to face a lot of try outs exams to be able to make it out ALIVE in the final ‘national exam’. its a thing here in my country(indonesia) so chances of me posting art nowadays is gone from 50% to 30-20%.

me in this is year, is gonna be like a fuckin’ wet shirt that u r trying to drained the shit out of… so! that being said, i am truly sorry if i won’t be able to give u art or content as much as i would like for the next 4-5 month! thank you all so much for reading and thank you for all the love and support, i truly am grateful and best of luck to all of you out there and have fun!

busy meg is gon’ slup now, love you nerds peace!!!

anonymous asked:

Could you tell me what year in high school everyone was sorry I'm a little late

No problem.

Freshman (Grade 9) 

  • Steven Curnow - 14 
  • Daniel Rohrbough - 15

Sophomore (Grade 10)

  • Daniel Mauser - 15
  • Matt Kechter - 16
  • Kelly Fleming - 16
  • John Tomlin - 16
  • Kyle Velasquez - 16

Junior (Grade 11) 

  • Cassie Bernall - 17
  • Corey DePooter - 17
  • Rachel Scott - 17

Senior (Grade 12)  

  • Dylan Klebold - 17
  • Lauren Townsend - 18 
  • Eric Harris - 18
  • Isaiah Shoels - 18
Eric Harris' conversation with Magistrate John DeVita
Eric Harris' conversation with Magistrate John DeVita

DeVita: ‘’Where do you go to school?’’

Eric: ‘’Columbine High School.’’

DeVita: ‘’And what grade are you in?’’

Eric: ‘’I’m a junior.’’

DeVita: ‘’What grades do you get?’’

Eric: ‘’As and Bs, your honor.’’

DeVita: ‘’What’s you curfew?’’

Eric: ‘’Uh, 10:00 on weekends and 6:00 on weekdays.’’

DeVita: ‘’Good for you, dad.’’

DeVita: ‘’Now this was the first time you went out and engaged in this kind of activity, isn’t it?’’

Eric: ‘’Yes, sir.’’

DeVita: ‘’Now why don’t I believe that?’’