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Old 04-19-2013, 05:52 PM
 
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I may be attending Bexley High school this year, but I'm afraid on how good or bad my adaptation process will be. I know I will not be as affluent as the rest of the people in the area and would like to know how does this group of people treat people who are not in the same social class as them.

I do not consider myself as a trouble-starter, showoff person, or someone who talks about others. I never had a problem in my previous school, and even when I did, people didn't get mad at me or talk back, they just stared at me and apologized (I know by this I may sound like a bully, though I'm not lol), this may be because people know the kind of person I am. I consider myself very mature.

What do you think?
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