Junior year, the most infamous in the American education system, is in full swing. My first year at Kempner High School is going alright.
The only thing I'd change about the school is pretty much everything. This school compared to my old school is like a prison. Can't go to the bathroom first ten and last ten minutes of school, doors to the classroom are locked if you're late, no free periods, if you're caught walking the halls without a pass you get written up, if you get seen with a cell phone you get your phone confiscated, can't call your parents even in case of an emergency (you have to go to the clinic to make a phone call), and so on and so forth.
I understand that the reason that school is so strict is because the majority of the students don't seem to give the slightest fuck about the school. There are those types of students I would broadly assume are at most schools but the amount of them at this school is mind-boggling. The problem with having so many rules is that they don't have any measures aiding students who actually appreciate the learning process. It's frustrating but there's nothing I can do about it so fuck it.
The classes are alright, most of them are getting better by the day so no point in ranting about any of them without without knowing what's going to become of things.
I used a program called i-Doser today after I got home from school. Don't know what it is? Click the link and find out i'll be doing a review on my experience with it sometime.