20 Teens Share What They Would Change About High School

The ONE Thing You Wish You Could Change About High School

On Sunday evening, we asked our teen Twitter followers to tell us the ONE thing they wish they could change about school and why. From cafeteria food, to early start times, to common core standards -- their thoughtful answers may surprise you. Read 20 of their responses, below, and follow @HuffPostTeen to join the convo.

@HuffPostTeen the early mornings definitely, it's so hard to concentrate when you're tired

— ♡ria♡ (@klainedolphins) February 23, 2014

@HuffPostTeen More civic ed. cause learning how to participate & make changes to our systems is 100x more useful than slope intercept form.

— Katy Ma (@mamasgotchu) February 23, 2014

@HuffPostTeen I wish they taught us how to pay our taxes or handle the debt of a college education 😑

— Neel Swamy (@neel_swamy) February 23, 2014

@HuffPostTeen less memorization of useless random facts. And also, less requirements so students can take more classes that apply to them.

— Morgan Levy (@morganslevy) February 23, 2014

@huffpostteen new elective: "How to Get a Harry Styles in 10 Days." No relation to the similarly titled 2003 film.

— Bizzy Emerson (@bizzyems) February 24, 2014

@HuffPostTeen never have to finish! The real world sucks

— Emily (@emzgeee) February 23, 2014

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