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Cant Judge a Book by its Cover There I was standing outside my new school waiting for the bell to ring When it finally rang I strolled up staircase and entered my new school for the first time My mind was whirling with reflections of anxieties so much that I couldnt think straight Where are my classes Will I make new friends Are my professors nice What about lunch Do I have a lunch ticket or do I not eat because I didnt bring my own lunch Of course the fact that this new school was located in an upper-class neighborhood only added to my worries and led me to come up with some assumptions about my fellow classmates My dad had made the decision that I when I began high school I would attend Thomas Moore Prep TMP instead of Hays High He wanted me to have better opportunities In his research he felt that TMP would offer better student to teacher ratios more enhanced studies and a healthier atmosphere He felt that Hays High had To many hooligans I argued the typical teenager point All my friends are going to Hays High My arguments and tears worked to no prevail Once I gathered my thoughts I found my first period American history The teacher Mr McLean introduced me to the class and showed me to my seat My second hour was gym that is when I met a couple of girls Becky and Nicole When they walked up to me I thought they were a little overdressed for physical education but I should have expected that since my new school was in the rich neighborhood While we were chatting I made the assumption that they were both quite snobbish I made a decision that is this school I would keep to myself because I would never live up to their expectations So as the day progressed I was
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