1) I hate how early school is, I have lived and been raised by third shifters my whole life. 2) I hate how a lot of my time in school is wasted. 3) I hate how many productive things I miss out on because I'm at school (work, exercise, volunteer, read, learn about things I actually like, going out with friends, meeting other people that are not in high school, party, etc.) 4) I hate school lunch. It's not healthy or fulfilling. And it's expensive. 5) I hate how even in school, being rich gives you more of an opportunity. Why do wealthier people get into better colleges? Because they could afford a private teacher to help them prep for their ACT. That's just one of the many examples 6) I hate the stupid rules. You have to ask to go to to bathroom, use a pass, can't turn in stuff late, you get suspended if you miss too many days, a nail clipper is a weapon... What are we, five years old? 7) I hate how many students are complete idiots. 8) I hate life enough during adolescence and school just makes it worse. That's why high school is the time people start getting in to drugs. 9) I hate our parking lots. Too many young licenses in such a close vicinity, it's a hot mess. 10) I hate drama. Seeing everyone you talk to in one place makes everything spread ten times faster than it actually does in real life; drama is inevitable. 11) No matter what they say, it is really hard to graduate. You have to have enough time to do projects, essays, homework, and a good support system at home. Unfortunately, a lot of people don't have that. 12) I hate how restricted my mind is in school. I can't think outside the box or even doodle in class for that matter. It's my senior year and I feel like I should have been done four years ago.