Your first day of high school can be super cool ... Don't worry, for pretty much everyone it's a combo of both.
So if you do any of these things, just know that you're not alone.1. You tried writing the instructions and combination on your hand, but it got smeared after gym class, and now you don't know if that's a two or a three.
Not that you have any idea how to open your locker anyway. Even if you could open your locker, you have no idea where your next class is let alone how to get back to your locker during the couple of minutes between classes, so you break your back carrying around five huge textbooks.
You and your friends innocently sit down at a random empty table in the cafeteria.
You don't realize that there's been an unspoken seating chart in place for years—and that table is for seniors only. Your parents drop you off every day for the first week.
Not because you want them to, but because they insist. You're still trying to figure out if #Freshman Friday is a real thing.
You're so nervous about getting stuffed in a locker or tripped by an upperclassmen and falling on your face that you secretly dread Fridays.6.
You carry your schedule around with you everywhere.
And you have it pulled up on your phone and taped inside your notebook (in case your phone dies, or something). You cleared out your middle school wardrobe, spent all your summer savings on cool, new "high school" clothes, and you've been planning your back-to-school outfits since summer began.8.
You're doing anything to avoid walking into the wrong class by accident. Your bag is stocked with extra pens, pencils, notebooks, hair ties..name it. Your school supplies may or may not be (definitely are) color-coordinated.9. Until you learn the hard way that NO ONE makes eye contact with *insert scary senior girl's name*10.
You take your backpack with you to every single class.
Because you didn't go all out on the fiercest backpack in the history of backpacks for it to get dusty in some old locker.