My school is smaller than most other high schools in our region: about 700-800 students in this 9th-12th grade high school. I like this aspect of it since we're all very familiar and comfortable with each other. Admittedly, we're not known for being judgmental towards each other in regards to sexuality, disability, etc. Meanwhile, I've conversed with students from other NJ high schools such as those in Montclair, Mountainside, and Linden. There was not one school who told me they didn't experience bullying, fights, discrimination, and ableism on a regular basis. My school won't complain for years if somebody is transgender, gay, or is missing a leg, we accept everybody for who they are and that's part of what makes me proud of this school even when most of society shines a negative light on it. The only problem I'd have to say about this school, however, is that it is in need of more AP classes geared towards students with specific majors (Physics, Chinese, Art History, etc), but even then, it's understandable since they've struggled hard enough to get AP Biology in this past year (which I gladly take now). We also should fund our fine/graphic arts programs more since we are constantly being overlooked and forgotten about when we attend regional art contests, which include pieces of art that we worked from weeks to even months on. If I had to choose to attend this school again, I must admit I might have chosen a different school right away, a bigger, diverse one to be more specific. I'd want to attend a high school with more classes geared towards my major and more diversity and motivation as a class since my class isn't even having a prom. My class now refuses to help in bake sales and has no care of us having no prom, no class trip, and no homecoming dance. In the end, I just try seeking the positives that do stand out from this school.