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Freshman Year, 91-92 - Megan B. March


When we graduate the eighth grade and get ready to start our freshman year of high school, our parents don't sit us down and warn us about what we're in for. The classes are harder, the relati



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Freshman Year, 91-92 - Megan B. March


When we graduate the eighth grade and get ready to start our freshman year of high school, our parents don't sit us down and warn us about what we're in for. The classes are harder, the relati