1. Do you like your high school?
Absolutely! I loved my old high school, the three years I spent there were arguably the best of my teenage years. The high school I attended was among the best in the city, and had a colorful history as one of the oldest too, and you could see it in the campus architecture, a blend of the old and the new.
2. Which subject you like most? and dislike?
I was always a more scientifically inclined student, and my favorite subject in high school was probably physics. It was hard, no doubt, but absolutely fascinating, being able to analyze the world around us like that. As for one I disliked, it would have to be politics class. All rote learning, no critical thinking, just regurgitating talking points.
3. Do you sill contact with your friends in high school?
Definitely. The friendships I made are arguably the most rock-solid relationships I will have. For three years, we all studied and spent almost every day together, helping each other out and working as a team, and it's hard to beat a friendship like that. Back then, there was no internal competition of playing politics, so it was a lot simpler. I hope that we'll all still keep in touch far into the future.
4. What is your high school like?
My high school was one of the oldest and most prestigious in the city, and you could tell in the architecture around campus, being a mix of new and old. We had a sports field as well, with a soccer field and track. The teachers were great as well, all very dedicated and approachable.
5. What happened on your first day of high school
On my first day, the school held an orientation ceremony for all the new students enrolled this year in the auditorium. We were introduced to the history of the school, its motto, and its education philosophy. The teachers took us on a tour of the campus grounds as well, and we got settled in, in preparation for classes starting the next day.