Well, for me, I've had ADHD my whole life and it was really hard staying focused and not just getting bored with school and taking subjects that required a lot of homework which I always had a problem with. It's hard to tell yourself "okay you have to do this" sometimes especially when you've been so used to getting bad grades it doesn't bother you to just blow things off thinking "Oh well it's just a couple points it's not that big of a deal."
It is sooo worth getting through high school though. It's a relatively short period of time and when you get out it's like you've made it and it's finally over with. If you can just push through those last years of schooling, even if you just scrape by, it opens up soooo many more job opportunities and it's well worth the seemingly minimal stress compared to not being able to find a job or pay rent. It is also much harder to go back to school when you get older because a high school won't let you in if you've reached a certain age and some employers are picky about hiring people with GED's instead of legit high school diplomas.
I will also add that when I got to college everything was suddenly sooo much better! I love college! You don't have to take tooo many classes you don't want to, you can always take subjects that interest you. Usually you'll never have more than four hours of class a day, sometimes less, with breaks in between, classes are only a semester long and usually have a day in between classes and professors are much cooler. And you can start all over with a fresh GPA, friends, attitude, life, and everything goes soo much faster. Downside is that not everyone can afford it which sucks but there's always financial aid and a lot of cheaper schools. But it's not everyone's thing.
I hope I did answer you question somewhere in there, sorry for the novel.
I loved school but towards the end, I lost my motivation. It was boring and just ugh.. I could think of a million and one things better. But we all have to do it. Just like taking out the trash or working. It's not always enjoyable, but you gotta suck it up and do it, for yourself. Just keep thinking about how bad you want it, how much you'll be able to do once you finish. How accomplished you will feel.. ;)
Education can be quite boring and tedious. I mean, what child would rather sit there listening to math or science than going outside to play? Schools require students to take many subjects that they have little to zero interest and that is where it becomes a tough task. More than often, when it is something that you have an interest in, you enjoy it more and it is no long such a drag.
subjects that i don't feel i'll ever use after school is over bore and frustrate me. My english class at the moment is frustrating the hell out of me because i don't really want to analyze a movie and the different camera angles and such. However, my harder science classes and even maths class i l enjoy heaps and look forward to learning the new stuff =]
That's exactly right. Also, the children and teens enrolled in all the classes that are required by a school, are set out there by the Board of Education, so kids can see the possibilities and reality of real life and the jobs it offers.
Because some just dont want to do the task. If you want to do something, you enjoy it. If you dont want to do something, you dont enjoy it. Fortunately, everybody has to do it!!
just saying, the going outside and play thing, more kids have to have that mind set but i think most would rather video games these days lol. just saying