It can be the best four years, or it can be the worst of your life. All teenagers go through it, and all adults remember the good and bad memories. This place was not only getting them ready for college, but, also the real world. What could it possibly be? The answer is high school. People say that high school is where people make a name for themselves, or build a reputation (image) that sticks with you beyond school. Some students would think that they need to do something to get notice. For example, the freshman girl sleeping with juniors and seniors just to attend their parties. The guy who dates a girl that convinces him that she is all he needed, so he betrays his friends, and believe her until she does him wrong. There are even more scenarios that can happen at school. The most dangerous situations that cannot be forgotten are the ones that happen at home, and affect so much more. Do any of those students regret the choices they made and wish they could change the dreaded reputation, but unfortunately can’t because they already graduated high school? Most of them would probably explain their situation, and either cry or choke up about what they should have done differently.
Throughout the first three years of high school, students were not the only ones dealing with image problems… Garland Knight High was also being affected. Freshman year was the time where everyone didn’t know anyone or really felt like they just wouldn’t fit in. That all changed when all students got together in the middle of the school year and just had a huge “bond fire”. Everyone was completely friends for the rest of the year. Sophomore year was the worst time ever. Almost everybody would be complete assholes, acted like they were the shit, did not need friends, and basically didn’t give a fuck about school. Then there was junior year, and due to the poor production from the school last year; the school board to cancel all extracurricular activities (i.e. basketball, football, and other electives). So it turned into a redemption year for regaining friends, privileges, and sports. Now it is senior year, and there are a few students that are regretting pretty much their whole high school life. Now they want to turn their image around. This is their journey.