So, "What is your point of view?" you may ask.
As a 16-year-old in High School, how could my point of view possibly be important to anyone? I suppose that is up to you to decide before you exit this tab because I mean, how could someone who has barely been on this earth have anything important to say?
My point of view on things that are wrong begins with a world where good kids can't get into college. We are the kids who have 3.5 GPA'S, the kids that don't do any sort of drugs (Weed included) or drink ourselves to death. These are the kids that stay up studying and studying that one topic that we're unsure about, so that we understand instead of cheating. Because we actually do care about our education …show more content…
Standing up in front of the class, our palms sweat and we struggle on our words. We don't know what to say with all of those eyes on us, but we continue to talk and present anyways because it is what is required of us. People can understand things such as ADHD, but when it comes to anxiety disorders, it's all about "getting over it".
Some nights when I feel so frustrated with not understanding my work and I start to cry, I wonder who really gives a shit? High up, does the director of my school district realize that so many kids struggle? Do they realize that some kids want to kill themselves because no matter how hard we try, we can't make it into college?
Some of you may say "Oh, well if you want to go bad enough why don't you just get a scholarship? Why don't you try