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I did it. They said it couldn't be done. 13 years of child prison and I survived. It's kinda hard not to be happy for this. I must have shaken the hands of peers that I've not said more than five words to. The ceremony was beautiful in a traditional and dignified way. The speeches were heartfelt and and four peers sang as a barbershop quartet the national anthem.
If you haven't guessed, I have graduated from Greater Johnstown High School.
Congratulate me bitches. :P
Now all I gotta do is come in tomorrow to get my diploma.
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The objective is not just to survive, but actually, you know, LEARN SHIT and become LESS OF A RETARD NOW THAN YOU WERE WHEN YOU WENT IN.
That is, of course, if they actually teach anything useful in High School anymore. I know I haven't learned more than a couple useful things since 9th grade. Rather, I've just had teachers from the next 3 grade levels refresh my memory, because obviously teens are getting dumber as they get farther into high school and need to be reminded what a verb is 50,000 times.
Most of the stuff I've learned since I got to high school has been in my free time, when I'm actually studying from the various educational (and useful) books that I have.