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First Day of School... Schedule Included

Posted September 8th, 2009 at 2:05 PM by Eucliffe
Updated September 10th, 2009 at 2:57 PM by Eucliffe

OK, so my technical first day of school was today. It was fun; no more than 30 kids in the entire high school.

Now, we didn't receive a schedule UNTIL after our first class, which, for the girls, happened to be gym. That's the thing about my school, they tend to be rather...relaxed when it comes to handing out important things. But at least we do have our schedules. So, here it is, my boring but not confusing schedule:

-Monday-
8:15-9:05 ~ Music/Chorus (everyone in the high school)
9:10-10:50 ~ Main Lesson w/ a 10-minute snack break during the middle, near the end, etc.
10:55-11:45 ~ Eurythmy/Co-Curricular (depends)
11:50-12:40 ~ Spanish A (anything Spanish-related is updated, since apparently Spanish A is for the people who fail at Spanish, like me)
12:45-1:20 ~ Lunch
1:25-2:15 ~ Study Hall A
2:20-3:10 ~ Math
3:10-3:20 ~ Dismissal

-Tuesday-
8:15-9:05 ~ Gym (high school girls only)
9:10-10:50 ~ Main Lesson w/ a 10-minute snack break during the middle, near the end, etc.
10:55-11:45 ~ Instrumental Music (either guitar or jazz/rock band; I chose the latter)
11:50-12:40 ~ Track (Methods of Science for 1st/3rd quarter, Social Studies/Sciences for 2nd/4th quarter)
12:45-1:20 ~ Lunch
1:25-2:15 ~ Art/Handwork
2:20-3:10 ~ Art/Handwork
3:10-3:20 ~ Dismissal

-Wednesday-
8:15-9:05 ~ English
9:10-10:50 ~ Main Lesson w/ a 10-minute snack break during the middle, near the end, etc.
10:55-11:45 ~ Track
11:50-12:40 ~ Study Hall A (right before lunch, and Wednesdays are pizza days, so... :3)
12:45-1:20 ~ Lunch
1:25-2:15 ~ Art/Handwork
2:20-3:10 ~ Art/Handwork
3:10-3:20 ~ Dismissal

-Thursday-
8:15-9:05 ~ Music/Chorus (high school girls only)
9:10-10:50 ~ Main Lesson w/ a 10-minute snack break during the middle, near the end, etc.
10:55-11:45 ~ English
11:50-12:40 ~ Track (OK, so apparently, even though the teachers gave us a "master" schedule, they decided to switch our track and co-curricular/eurythmy classes on Thursday and Friday >.>)
12:45-1:20 ~ Lunch
1:25-2:15 ~ Math
2:20-3:10 ~ Spanish A
3:10-3:20 ~ Dismissal

-Friday-
8:15-9:05 ~ Eurythmy/Co-Curricular (depends)
9:10-10:50 ~ Main Lesson w/ a 10-minute snack break during the middle, near the end, etc.
10:55-11:45 ~ English
11:50-12:40 ~ Math
12:45-1:20 ~ Lunch
1:25-2:15 ~ Spanish A+B
2:20-3:10 ~ Gym (everyone in the high school)
3:10-3:20 ~ Dismissal

Keep in mind I attend a private school, and thus don't feel like explaining certain things; look them up if you're that curious. That, or ask SilverStiletto, since she was at my school up until the end of 8th grade.

And no, it's not confusing. It's better than an A/B or A/B/C schedule, if you ask me.
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  1. Old Comment
    BeachBoy's Avatar
    no more than 30 kids in the entire high school.

    WHAT.
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 3:22 PM by BeachBoy BeachBoy is offline
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    Jonghyun's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by Beachy View Comment
    no more than 30 kids in the entire high school.

    WHAT.
    Thats what I'm curious about. o___o
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 6:23 PM by Jonghyun Jonghyun is offline
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    Nina's Avatar
    Oh! These schedules for each day of the week are like how it was at my previous school. (Though we had more than 30 kids in the school.)
    Now I go to a huge public school. Even though it's over the limit a lot have 30 kids per class, or are at least flirting with that many.

    Insane, I'd say that's a pretty knit community.
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 6:32 PM by Nina Nina is offline
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    BeachBoy's Avatar
    That would be so cool, everyone would know everyone, and it'd like, motivate you to do better. Wish I could cut my school down to that size. XD
    Posted September 8th, 2009 at 6:59 PM by BeachBoy BeachBoy is offline
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    Eucliffe's Avatar
    That's the thing. Everyone knows everyone :3 And, actually, it isn't a full high school yet. It just started two years ago, so my class will be the second graduating high school class~

    There are, like, five kids in the ninth grade, eight in the tenth plus two exchange students, and about fourteen eleventh graders.

    And so far, the homework load isn't that bad XD
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 3:44 PM by Eucliffe Eucliffe is offline
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    That's sorta the way my school started, only 6th through 8th and adding a grade every year but we had under 25 per class and 2 - 3 classes per grade.
    (All the protective mommies knew all the other protective mommies and they all came there.)
    In the "first generation" more people left than came, so the graduating class was less than 15. I would have been the second graduating class if I would have stayed.

    Though we did have a problem of people really knowing each other TOO much. Four years of having the same class with the same people every day while we all matured and changed tends to do that....
    Hopefully it won't turn out the same for you.
    Posted September 9th, 2009 at 5:45 PM by Nina Nina is offline
 

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