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16 Reasons We Wish We Could Redo High School

Looking back, those were the best, fastest four years of our lives. If only we could press "repeat." Take a step back in time to see what school is like now, on This is High School, Sundays 8/8:30 NT on CBC.

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1. There was nothing quite like that feeling of freedom when the bell rang at 3pm.

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2. You got to see your best friends every single day.

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3. Team bonding was oh-so-special.

4. Let's face it: Those awkward dances were always the best.

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5. You could take elective courses to make your brain oh-so-happy.

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6. Lunch period. Enough said.

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7. Getting a note from your crush during class was essentially a marriage proposal.

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8. You had SO MANY FIRSTS during those formative years.

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9. You went from taking the bus to learning to drive to picking up your friends on the way to school and "accidentally" arriving 20 minutes late.

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10. Stress was not *actual* stress, as you quickly realized when you entered the real world.

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11. Cruising around in your car and singing at the top of your lungs with no actual destination in mind was the ultimate way to spend your Friday night.

12. You lived in that blissfully naive, fragile state where you actually felt invincible.

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13. You made new friends. Friends you didn't know you'd have for life.

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14. You fell in love. The deep kind of love you were certain no one else in the world could relate to.

15. And you fell out of love, in turn experiencing heartbreak no one else in the world could understand.

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16. But in the end, it was all worth it.

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And, yes, you'd do it all over again if you could.

High school. Love it or hate it, you'll never forget it. Miss it? Be sure to check out the all new CBC docuseries This Is High School Sundays 8/8:30 NT and take a deep dive into the lives of current students.