My 6th-grade year was what I had thought, what I had hoped, high school would be like. We had more freedom than most and were able to get soda for lunch. My school also had a game room that we were allowed to go into after lunch, if out our grades were good, that is.
But, when I came here, it was nothing like Cannelton. We didn’t get the chance to go out at all. Going outside was my favorite thing to do. Unfortunately, here at Tell City Jr/Sr High School, by school rules, you are not permitted to go outside until 3:05.
Back at Cannelton high school, I had always been allowed to go to the …show more content…
My first day on the bus, I met a very important person to me. She would soon become the closest friend I would ever have. We shared a name, the interest in video games, and the hobby of drawing. But, other than that, we were very different. She liked white milk and hated chocolate (a.k.a “tainted milk”). I was the opposite. I enjoyed the company of dogs, she was obsessed with cats. But, differences aside, we enjoyed sitting together during lunch and just doodling all over each other's agendas and notebooks. We never really had any classes together, aside from homeroom together. After our 7th grade year, we had more classes together. We didn’t have homeroom together, but we had history and Reading Renaissance together. We would hang out after school and spend hours upon hours watching Youtube videos and doodling random adventures for characters we liked. We actually rewatched an older movie, and somehow made a horror movie into some comedic