From home schooled to high school; A teen mom transfer student shares her story

Jayda Gear

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Westside is very different from what I’m used to.

The high schools where I used to live weren’t the best, most students dropped out.

Being home-schooled was lonely so I enjoy being around others.

It’s so much better to have a teacher there to ask for help.

I’ve only attended one other high school, it was very dysfunctional.

Getting to class was a nightmare.

Students would clump together and move slow.

Also, the campus was extremely spaced out and 5 minutes to get to class just wasn’t enough.

Here, everything is in one general area.

The halls are big, so traffic moves quickly.

The staff and teachers are much nicer as well.

The students, well some are very nice, but others are a bit too wild for my taste.

I’ve met a few people who are accepting of me which I was worried about since I am a mother and a grade behind.

I thought I wouldn’t meet anyone I liked and connected with enough to bring around my son and boyfriend.

I think I can trust a few people to not do me dirty like I’ve had happened in the past. I think I’ll be able to thrive here.

 

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One Response to “From home schooled to high school; A teen mom transfer student shares her story”

  1. adviser on December 3rd, 2018 11:33 am

    thanks for sharing your story, Jayda
    Welcome to WHS

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