Category Archives: High School

Influence

Some people can remember a particular high school teacher, such as here and here. Rare that one sees one’s entire secondary school education as being consistently excellent, pedagogically. Came across book by Alex Levin, Under the Yellow & Red Stars … Continue reading

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District

Picked up William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying from a bookshelf, needing something quickly selected for some bus reading. Couldn’t remember if read before. Looked inside. Wondered how ending up with something from the Bradford District High School. Maybe picked … Continue reading

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Reverse Order

Thinking about statistical failure and how set up so that everyone would know. Then recalling Grade 10 or Grade 11 science class at Ridgemont High School. After a test, the seats would be changed. Those who had done most poorly … Continue reading

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Phys Ed Primary

Leading up to acquittal, wanted to get out of high school quickly. Tired of being a focus of that particular attention. At the time, there was Grade 13. Had taken an extra course or so in Grade 11, so was … Continue reading

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Physical Education 1969

In 1969, perhaps concurrently motivated by arrest, trial and acquittal, decided to try to complete Grade 12 and Grade 13 in the same 1969-1970 academic year. Grade 13, as it then was, distinguishing those with university propects. Had taken an … Continue reading

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