Stories tagged “school”

  • Along Comes a Sinner

    I immediately spied a small dark-haired girl, leaned out my window, and beckoned her over. She was pale, slouched, and alone. Eyes downcast, she quickly approached the car. “Get in,” I said simply. She did. As she slid into the car, she appeared ev...

    • Author: Alex Pope
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Mockery

    “Look at her.” the preps all said pointing and whispering in hushed tones. “Well she always has dressed differently” Whispers from people I never even talked to said as I walked the long hallway to my locker. My best friends eve...

    • Author: SieRawr12
    • Posted almost 10 years ago.
  • Sarah

    After that weekend I came into school feeling pretty good. Including Sarah, my girlfriend, I banged three other girls. And it felt good. Of course, though, they all had to talk about it, I thought as Sarah came storming up to me, platinum blonde hair l...

  • A True (But I Wish It Was False) Story...

    Have you ever had an experience in your life where it was so fantastical and so teeth-grindingly terrible, that it was a true story that you wish was false? When I was in my 2nd primary school, I was part of the schools production of Bugsy Malone (if y...

  • Another day of Prison Ahead

    Closing my diary, I lean back in my chair. The thoughts of his stare, his smile fall into my mind and immediately I feel angry again. That preppy boy, why must he like me? You can see it in his eyes. He has those puppy dog eyes. How can he like me when...

  • First day of school

    Billy Johnson was nervous, this was his first day of school. Well, not school but university. He’d gotten all the qualifications he needed to be here. He deserved to be there, he earned the right to be there. He was just as smart and intelligent ...

  • Here Comes Preppy

    “Hey Erica,” I hear out of my right ear. It was preppy… I know that voice anyway I pretend not to hear him and continue to gather my things for first hour. He walks up next to me and pulls my head phones out of my ears, puting one in ...

  • Rivalry

    Donovan’s skin was boiling. Literally bubbling with the intensity of the heat. He recalled a spell from the inner folds of his mind that tapped a cold source a thousand dimensions away. He sucked in as much frigid air as he could draw in the five...

  • Sixteen Year Old Brain

    The 16-year-old boy in my 8th period English class: I hate this Shakespeare junk. Who cares about this stuff anyway? Except my teacher, but she has to like it I guess. I’m never going to need to know about Hamlet. Although, listening to Kristin r...

  • What separates us from them

    Joseph knew he couldn’t catch the ball. He went way back into the back field to try to catch it but by the time he got there, the ball had sailed over to the other side of the fence. “That’s our only ball!” Joseph thought as he ...

  • Desk #9: Juan de Silva

    Juan de Silva sat in the back of the classroom, mercifully forgotten. After the label of the foreigner had lost its luster in the eyes of his less tactful peers, Juan found solace in sinking into the woodwork. It was nice there; the echoes of “Jo...

  • Maria Yzecka in 25 Years (Mature)

    I’m gonna be dating a musician or an artist or something — somebody unconventional, who will really get me. I’ll travel the world, seeing all this cool shit that everyone always talks about when they talk about traveling the world. Yo...

    • Author: LMR
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
  • From Maria to Kristin (Mature)

    so, yeah. kristin. i know we don’t talk or anything. i mean, i get it — i’m not exactly a+ material or whatever, and you’ve got this goody-goody rep to uphold and stuff. but… seems like you’ve got it all together, yo...

    • Author: LMR
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • 11/01/2011

    11/01/2011 Dear Pearly, Perhaps you wouldn’t believe me, but yes, I’m currently living in Year 2011. I’m the future you. Freak out now, because I did freak out when I saw this letter. Breath in, out, in, out, in, out. Throw out all your classics ...

  • Say What?

    I decided not to interrupt Shay, after I see her and Jane talking. Shay would kill me if I didn’t let Jane express her feelings, so I stay with Austin for a little while longer. “Sorry,” I say after a little pause. “About what?&...

  • Retaliation (Mature)

    I breathed heavily as I walked up to the door to school. Today was the day. I was finally going to get my revenge. All those people that had picked on me, all those teachers that patronised me. I was going to teach them. I entered the front doors. My h...

  • A Different Reaction

    I don’t want to get mad. I really don’t. I have to respect that Austin has a reputation to keep, but if he’s so willing to open up to me like this, what’s wrong with doing it at school. I’ve always wanted a boyfriend, but ...

    • Author: Mr.Gabriel
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • School (Mature)

    School is boring. Well actually school is not to bad. You know what is? Getting up at 7 AM and getting ready in 15 minutes. You no (feel free to correct that) what else sucks? Homework. What else? Drama. Yeah drama is stupid. It’s all a bunch of ...

  • My Dad is a Superhero!

    “My Dad is a superhero!” Ben smiled wide showing two of his missing teeth. The kids in the class got excited. It was “Bring your Dad to school day” and Herbert felt a little nervous getting up in front of his son’s class. “M...

  • Sorry, I Have a Heart.

    Dearest Lily, I’m writing this to you to express my greatest regrets. Obviously, I’ve been taking advantage of our friendship. I was under the impression that friendship meant someone to confide in, someone to share secrets and the turmoils...

    • Author: itsElisey
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Wrong!

    High school is like the ocean. There are so many different life forms that you lose track of some. I’m that fish that no one can or wants to find. My existance in my school is only known through a student identification number and, believe it or ...

    • Author: itsElisey
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Time of Your Life

    Another turning point; a fork stuck in the road. Time grabs you by the wrist; directs you where to go. The world turns upside down when you are faced head on with it. It’s scary walking into school on your last day ever and all you have left are ...

  • Pastry Puff McMuff

    Mc Muffin still wants lessons? I can sleepwalk his expressions Off the steep stocks of great depressions He needs my permission to cheap talk— His voice I keep locked in D-Block prisons With Elsha, Krulltar, and Mess All confined with their weak ...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Under the Oak Tree

    Dew stained grass tingles against my ankles, and I take another bite of my sandwich. An unwelcome breeze penetrates my thin school pullover, and leaves above my head flutter in a down-wards spiral. A few meters behind my back, I could hear a few girls ...

  • TEACHER

    Teacher: what is the square root of 49? Jimmy: Is it 7? Teacher: Yes, Jimmy, you are right. The correct answer is 7. Jimmy: See? I told you. You simply can not stump the old Jimbo! Teacher: Oh yeah? What is 89 × 23? Jimmy: ……. Teacher...