"High School" Sayings and Quotes
I was a ball boy for the Atlanta Falcons; I was a tax assessor - this was all in high school - I was an account assistant at the courthouse, and then I was a real estate assistant.
I remember some of the limited debate I did back in high school in the late '70s, early '80s: nuclear proliferation was always the big topic, and it's bad. We don't want to see it.
I started running track when I was 13 years old, as a freshman in high school. I ran the 400 meters, which is a very tough race and a full sprint.
But there are advantages to being elected President. The day after I was elected, I had my high school grades classified Top Secret.
When I was in high school, people would ask me what I wanted to do, and I would always say I wanted to 'lead marches and give speeches.'
It's very easy to relate to a kid who is having trouble in high school... less so to relate to a billionaire whose Lamborghini broke down.
I had been on the junior Olympic team in high school for trampoline; I could do twenty-six back flips in a row.
At school, my favorite subjects were history, biology, chemistry, and physics. Especially the teaching in physics was excellent. Most of my understanding of it I got at high school, not at the university.
High School is like a spork: it's a crappy spoon and a crappy fork, so in the end it's just plain useless.
I feel like theater in high school seems to be sort of like the safe haven for the outsiders and people who don't necessarily fit in. And it was a come-as-you-are sort of class, and it's a come-as-you-are after-school activity.
I spent my childhood in Newfoundland and then my junior high and high school years in Alberta, Canada.
I was a wild kid in high school. I liked to get crazy and be rebellious and go to parties and do all that kind of stuff.
I went to a state school in Christchurch, New Zealand, and then straight on to the University of Canterbury. But I worked part-time all the way through high school: first with a paper round, then at a fast-food outlet, a video store and a hardware store.
I ran a hot-dog-and-soda stand at Little League, and I started a business planning parties in high school.
I'm this high school dropout. I quit in my sophomore year, when I was 15. I worked for a while in a deli, and when I was almost 17, I got married.