I've spent a lot of my junior year doing nothing. The first quarter I did exceptionally well, but my 'school is immaterial' attitude has got the best of me, and I haven't been doing so hot. I don't expect to get into a great school, probably Wentworth or the University of Maine. If I do get into college, then does it even matter how much I did or didn't apply myself in high school? Granted I get my head out of my butt and start working in college. I'm in two honors courses and the only one I'm in danger of failing is chemistry, the rest of my classes I'm passing with an 80 or higher (my highest grade is like an 89 in math). I dont' think school is difficult, and I don't blame society or teachers or anything stupid like that, I just don't care about what high school has to offer. even though school isn't too difficult it takes an extremely high amount of energy to actually obtain good grades (memorization sucks).
yeah, any comments, criticicms, similar experiences etc are welcome