7th grade was fun yet stressful. The major thing that helped me the most was staying organized. Organization helped me survive seventh grade.
Grade seven was an all around good year. Coming into seventh grade, was like any other grade, nerve racks You start off with getting your schedule set up and meeting the teachers. The first three months are the easiest I felt. The rules are more strict from sixth into seventh grade. You get more homework but that's expected as you increase grade levels. (yes, that means homework on the weekend.) I can't say any negatives about the teachers, they were all helpful, nice, and made learning fun! The lockers we have in seventh grade have more space for your books if you keep it organized. Also, locker times are set up so most of the time you collect your materials for two class periods. At first it's a little difficult to remember your supplies for your classes, but you get used to it very quickly. Another main factor is managing homework with sports. For me, I played sports all year round. From soccer to basketball then track and field, I was always coming home late at night. The teachers usually balance tests so you won't have them on the same days. Setting a schedule to balance homework with sports, is highly recommended. You just got to remember that school comes before sports.
Of course, as you graduate into a new grade level, everything is different. Between the school work to the rules, it's a big change. To me, entering the seventh grade was the hardest for me. Instead of going to your locker after every period to collect your belongings, you have to get your work for the upcoming two classes. At first, this was hard because I would often forget some materials, but you will get used to it. This biggest challenge I would say about this grade would have to be managing your time. You are assigned more homework each night, including on the weekends, and you may also be involved with extra-curricular activities. The challenge comes when trying to participate in one thing, while keeping your grades up. You'll learn to manage your time, but it comes with, just remember school comes first. This year was great along with all of the teachers. I hope you have as great as an experience as I had."
7th grade was a fun new experience. At first, 7th grade seemed tough but once you started it got easier. In 7th grade, you have lots of homework. This means you have to do homework every night and the weekends for at least 2 hours. Balancing schoolwork and sports can be challenging but schoolwork comes before sports especially if you're failing. Then you can't participate in sports. You also have harder tests. In 7th grade, you should study more because if you don't it shows on the test. In addition, you have math lab and writing lab for half a year, and your UA's are in trimesters. Lunch is a lot earlier so there's not a need for snack. Although some teachers still allow you to bring a snack to class. At locker time every two periods make sure you get everything you need because most teachers won't let you go back to your lockers. 7th grade was great experience. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
Seventh grade was tough but taught me life skills and school skills that will helped me in the future
- Matthew Reiq
- Matthew Reiq
I found seventh grade to be unlike any other grade. To start, you have more freedom yet more responsibility. The set locker time and amount of homework given surely wasn't easy at first, but once we started to get into the school year, it was a breeze. Also, having different level math classes was hard at times, but when I was having any trouble the teacher was always there to help. Having an earlier lunch was also a plus. With the latest lunch being at 12:00, there wasn't a need for snack. Managing schoolwork with activities was hard at times. Having practice mostly every day after school and games/meets once a week was challenging at some points. Getting good grades and work done is key to playing school sports. Over all seventh grade was a good year for me and hopefully it will be good for you to!-Grace St.Jean
To be completely honest, sixth grade to seventh grade was probably the biggest jump I have made so far. In the beginning, I didn't think seventh grade was all that different, besides the hallway. But as I progressed into the year, I learned that you need to manage your time much more wisely and that you actually need to study a lot for tests because they get much harder. There was a TON of stress for me. But there were benefits to seventh grade too: more freedom, more respect, getting to rotate around classes more, and you get to know more people that you wouldn't usually talk to or get to know. This past seventh grade I became closer friends with many more people that I wasn't before. Also, the teachers are great, too! Along with learning a lot, you have fun while doing it. Overall, I had a pretty great seventh grade.
In seventh grade I learned many things. I obviously learned more about school subjects but I also learned more about myself. I was to see a little more of who I was and who I wanted to be. Seventh grade was a great experience and was a wonderful grade. I had great teachers and a good curriculum. I don't think I could imagine a better seventh grade. -Helena Melchiori
Seventh grade has been an amazing and fun experience. Although, times have been tough and stressful. Between homework, projects, band, sports, and NHD, everyday life was hard to manage. But, I set aside time to get my priorities done. Now, I am able to get my homework done and still have time for my friends and family. I am positive that you will enjoy seventh grade as much as I did!
-Mollie Melnick yo homie
-Mollie Melnick yo homie
Seventh grade has been an amazing journey and a fantastic experience. Sometimes, however, all the work, projects, and tests can get a little stressful. There are tests, band, NHD, sports, homework... sometimes it's just hard to manage. I spent time organizing all my binders. Setting aside time to get all your work done is crucial. But, after a few months, you start to get in the groove of doing all your work. After finding my groove, I not only had time to finish all my homework, but I also had time to have fun with my friends and family. Seventh grade is great, and I bet you will have just as much fun as I did!
7th grade was a thrill. Ide like to thank Jack Patrick, Eddie Blessing, Ben Redd, Owen Mcadden. Also, ide like to say 11 weeks and 4 days. I met a lot of new people in seventh grade. Also, be very organized and be prepared. Don't think that 7th grade is a little harder than sixth, it's harder than you think because of the transition. The transition is the hardest part of seventh grade because you are all split up from homeroom and homeroom only lasts 15 minutes.
7th grade was a big push from 6th grade. In order to flourish, you will have to do your homework , and stay organized.
Seventh grade was a big step up from sixth grade, but eventually you get used to the work. Remember to start early on NHD because the project can really sneak up on you, even though you have a month to complete it. All the tasks demanded of you can become very stressful, with everything from playing tests in band and projects like NHD, school can really become a handful. Just remember to do your homework, be on time, be organized, and come to class prepared and the year will fly by. Enjoy seventh grade and have a great year!
I found seventh grade to be a big jump from 6th grade. The only differences were that you need to be very prepared, their is more homework and the quizzes and tests are much harder. Also, you need to be able to manage your time if you play a school sport or are in the band. Remember to have a binder or folder for every class.
seventh grade was a fun year but it was a lot more work.
Seventh Grade is a big step up from sixth grade and to succeed you have to do a lot of work. You have to do all your homework and stay organized