RHS teachers reflect back on their high school years to find what they regret the most. Regrets are having a negative feeling towards something that happened. This can be things people did do, to things they didn’t do.
Early College English teacher Cammi Fulvi
I regret not taking more challenging classes in high school. I had the opportunity to, but I didn’t because I was a little too scared of them, but I think I definitely could have handled them, and they would have sort of set me up better for college.
Social studies teacher Jay Rodriguez
My biggest high school regret was doing absolutely nothing my freshman year. I literally went to school, and then came home, and then did nothing. I really wish I had gotten involved sooner.
English teacher Sarah Kitchell
My biggest high school regret would probably be not getting involved more in like social activities. I did sports and stuff, but like going to all the dances and we used to have home game dances after every single football game, I should’ve gone to some more of those.
Social studies teacher Danny Capps
The thing I regret most about high school is not being involved in enough activities, especially during my junior year and senior year. I wish I could have done more sports or done clubs, some kind of club, but I just didn’t.
Math teacher D. J. Austin
I regret not pushing myself to workout and become stronger during my high school year. This is the one thing that kept me from playing baseball at the highest level.
Math teacher Ken Hittson
I wish I had taken a typing class in high school. When I got to college it was difficult to type papers. I went to college before the computer technology and you had to hand type your papers and so it took me longer than normal.