It's time to learn about what "high school" is like in other countries, y'all.
After years of being bombarded by images of what high school is like in the states, we asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to dish on what schooling during the teen years is like in their countries.
Here's how they described schooling around the world.
Another Aussie shared their experience.
"Now, to what it is like. School normally starts around 7:40 a.m., a period lasts 45 minutes, followed by a five-minute break. Most schools will have their 'big break' (15-20 minutes) after second period. Unless you have afternoon school, usually the school day ends after sixth period, around 1 p.m."
"There are electives, like literature, psychology, philosophy, astronomy, etc. but not before 11/12th grade."
A couple of BuzzFeed Community members likened their UK high school experience to The Inbetweeners.
"4.) At the end of the school year, there was a prize-giving ceremony that students and parents went to, and prizes were given for various academic, arts, or sporting achievements."
Who do you think has it the best? What are your own experiences like? Talk about it in the comments!