Mayze Blakely-Robinson

Mayze Blakely-Robinson, when asked to reflect on her first year of high school, gives it a 6 or a 7 out of 10. “Girls in high school are mean. They’re not the nicest people on planet earth, and they’re very…. non-filtered. They don’t really care what they say,” she says. However, despite the drama, Mayze feels that the high school is better at setting her up for success. “The middle school’s definitely very lenient with assignments. And they don’t really care as much about assignments, whereas the high school definitely wants you to succeed and wants you to be a good person,” she says. “Do your work, and don’t slack off. Even if you miss one assignment, your grade can go down so far.” 

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