I go to a school that provides an excellent education. However, I have no friends. I not over exaggerating. My school has 100 kids from grade 1-12, and I have 6 people in my class, all of which I do not talk to. I live in solitude. I only have 2 years left of school, not including this current one, and I'm wondering if its worth it to switch for grade 11. Should I switch so I'll be happier and go out more, however, put school at risk, or stay and keep my grades up, but live in sadness? Please help I am very conflicted!
I would recommend staying and trying to make friends. Maybe just start up small talk by asking for help on something you don't understand, even if you do understand it and maybe just need a little bit more information. It's always nice to have a good education, and even nicer to have friends, but to have both is something absolutely wonderful.
The school is not the problem. You need to learn how to mingle. Go to a church on Wednesday evening. You don't have to believe anything. Every church does something different, so if one is not interesting you can go to another one. Don't tell them about your problems, just say you heard you could meet some nice people.
Stay at the good school and finish there. If you switch you risk letting your education suffer and you may still not make any friends there either. You might regret it then. Why don't you join a sport club or other youth club in your community? You'll have more chances making friends in a group that have the same interest (i.e. a sport, music or art....).
i think you should stay, you only have 2 more years of school, then you go off to college. of course you do you but i think you shouldn’t choose friends over education. of course friends are important but with those two years you have left, i reccomend you keep up good grades for college