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Most Helpful Guy
It was great. I had absolutely amazing teachers (in my country Switzerland, we only have two teachers in middle school. Usually, one of them teaches things such as the different mandatory languages (German, English, French) and classic humanities such as history or art while the other teacher is responsible for the natural sciences and sometimes PE (we call it "sports"). Both of them were very kind and good-hearted people and they taught me lots of stuff, both school-related but also general life stuff. I remember quoting my teachers as intellectual authorities sometimes during family disagreements because I considered them so knowledgable when I was 13 or 14 ;-).
Another great thing was that school was actually too easy for me in those years. All the academic stuff came very naturally to me and I usually ended up doing more than others to not get too bored. This meant that I usually had very little homework and I was the best student in my class and one of the best in my grade. This later changed a bit when I got into high school because the school system in my country works rather different than in America or England. Contrary to the Anglo-Saxon part of the world, we don't have a comprehensive high school that includes everyone. Instead, we only have 9 years of mandatory school, so when you're 15, you're done with it. After that, most students (around 80-85%) apply for an apprenticeship, where they work in a job and are, at the same time, trained and educated in this particular job by one or several experienced "masters" of this job. For the small minority like myself who like academics and who want to study at a university, you have to take a series of really, really tough exams to get into high school or as we call it in the German speaking countries "Gymnasium" (in France they call it Lycée). If you pass the exams and are admitted (which I did), you're basically in a small pool with the best of the best and the workload and difficulty increases a lot. But back in middle school, like in American middle or high schools, I also had people in my class who weren't particularly good at school or interested in school-related stuff, so it was easy to stand out.
In the beginning I think some people didn't like me because they considered me to be a bit of a nerd (which I admit I was) but as time went on and we got to know each other better, they realized that I was also a very kind and funny person and so I made quite a lot of friends.0
Most Helpful Girl
I was super popular and I guess I made people laugh... hahah I was told constantly I was freakin werid... hahah! I was super self conscious of my body hahah! Nope not no more... hahah I kinda started loving me more this year and its been freakin great!!!1