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Old Jul 19, '11, 6:41 am
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Default Best Thing About Being in High School?

And I'm not expecting to hear "lunch." That's old.

I'd think that the best thing about being a high schooler is having more independence, i.e. driving a car, walking around downtown with friends and no adults, biking on your own to a friend's house, all in all, having to make more decisions on your own rather than letting someone else make them for you. And that applies to religion too, I think. Going to 6:30 Mass before school, leading younger (or older!) people in faith surveys, abortion protests, rosaries, etc.

What do you all think?
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Old Feb 15, '12, 3:55 pm
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Default Re: Best Thing About Being in High School?

I go to a Roman Catholic boarding school in Scotland and an in S5. one of the most amazing things ive seen at my school is how we all come together... during the lily procession where chapel is filled with our singing and lit with our candles amd most recently our faith week where we made over a thousand doves in 4 days to represent our faith... but even just the daily prayer that ensures we remember to think of others throughout the day
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