Here we have the best Middle School Quotes from famous authors such as Tyron Woodley, Sally Ride, Jensen Ackles, Cecily Strong, John M. Grunsfeld. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
Growing up as a kid, in elementary and middle school, I was always getting in trouble. Always getting suspended. I got suspended for 90 days for fighting beginning my freshman year, so I missed Homecoming, and that’s when I turned the page. I went on honor roll and had good grades after that. It was the changing point.
In middle school, one day this girl was like, ‘One day you wore Abercrombie, and one day you wore Quicksilver.’ I was like, ‘Hold on… what?’ I’m usually really calm, but I kind of went off on her. Because I decided to wear Quicksilver one day, you can’t place me? How stupid to have to live inside that box.
I know from my own personal experience. I was bullied in middle school and high school and went through my fair share of hard times thereafter. Also, one of my really good friends committed suicide when I was in high school.
If you had known me in middle school, I was definitely not what someone would think of as Brad Pitt. That was not me. I was kind of a dork.
When I was in middle school and high school, I was over 100 pounds overweight.
‘Middle school’ is used as shorthand for a time when things change. It’s a time a lot of kids feel like they don’t even have one good friend.
I’ve always been pretty reserved, but after taking drama classes in middle school to get more comfortable performing in front of people, I thought I should try out for television.
I started karate in middle school when my parents wanted me to babysit my younger brother. He was a little troublemaker, so they wanted me to make sure the class was going okay. I ended up being way more into it than my brother.
I first was introduced to really, I guess, underground electronic music when I was in middle school.
If anything, we should feel sorry for the people who want us to feel bad about ourselves, because they are the ones struggling for approval. In middle school, bullies tortured other kids because they thought it would make people like them more.
In middle school, I had an ’87 Regal. That was unheard of.
My formative years were in Houston. I was in middle school, and everyone was dropping the last half of their names and adding an ‘o’ to the end. My little crew that I had, we were an all-female rap group, and everyone had an ‘o’ at the end of their name. I was Lisso. Then this dude started getting lazy with it, saying Lizzo.
I’ve coached grassroots for eight years, I coached middle school, and I coached high school.
I think about the milestones from my childhood and what it will be like to watch our kids go through them. Taking Riley to her first day of school was a whirlwind. I can’t imagine what middle school is going to be like, and high school, and graduation.
My grandmother really inspires me. I lived with her until halfway through middle school, since both my parents worked a lot.
To change the media, you’re gonna have to totally throw out every journalism school and get rid of everybody in every newsroom, and then you’re gonna have to change the grade school and middle school and high school curriculum.
There’s a lot of middle school behavior in Washington, D.C. I look at that and I say, ‘I’ve seen that before,’ it was just with a 14-year-old.
I kept hiding my smile in pictures throughout middle school and most of high school until picture day came my senior year.
When I was in middle school, the librarian there was secretary for a couple of groups of professional writers. She introduced me to Ray Bradbury and Richard Matheson, and I became very friendly with them over a period of two years. Both of them were very generous with their time, guidance and advice.
Every time I’d ever stepped on a basketball court, AAU, middle school, high school, I always thought about the NBA.
It’s refreshing going from getting picked on in middle school to getting my name screamed out across the street.
My mom wanted to be a country singer, too, so country was always being played. And my girlfriends and I used to go to concerts, like Brad Paisley, in middle school and high school.
Once your kid reaches middle school, parents are really supposed to fade out of the social picture. Kids are supposed to make their own plans, keep up with sophisticatedly crude discussions, and be able to go out on their own without supervision.
The first time I ever saw a horror movie, I think I was in middle school, and we watched ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’ and ‘It’ at a slumber party.
During my elementary and middle school years, my mother made me and my siblings’ lunches every single day – this was affordable for a Marine climbing the ranks and supporting a family of six.
When I was in middle school, I always did well in school, but teachers either loved me or absolutely hated me.
My first love of jazz came from joining the Chilliwack Middle School band – it was like an 18-piece jazz band, and I wanted to join just because the older kids looked like they were having so much fun.
There’s something incredibly vulnerable about middle school for me. We’re really impressionable during that period. The cement‘s still wet, so to speak, and a lot of things later in life are born during that season.
I spent most of my days in school being a class clown. I never shut up. By the time I was in middle school, I had myself a personal aide.
I played one year of competitive basketball, actually. I don’t remember what grade I was in, maybe middle school or something. I was the point guard – I was the smallest one always. I did my best; I thought I did pretty good. I was always a little bit better at soccer, so I had to make the decision.
My schedule won‘t allow me to go to regular school, but I did love public school, and I did experience my first year of middle school in a regular school.
Like, from my middle school dance… the boys were on one side, and the girls were on the other side, and we never interacted with each other.
Nothing could be as hard as middle school.
I felt like an outsider in middle school. Horrible.
I was really into emo and scene culture in middle school.
I had no aspirations beyond middle school except to wrestle, no reason to go into high school. This world is all I’ve known since 15 years of age.
I think I’m like that nerdy dad from middle school who always has a video camera, but in the same respect, I only take it out during interesting occasions.
School was rough for me. I was a good student in middle school, but high school wasn’t so fun. I still pulled through, though! I excelled in art, fashion, history and English literature – anything creative. Math and science I struggled a bit more in.
I love running. I’ve been running ever since middle school. In terms of clearing your head and restarting everything, I love running.
I grew up in a conservative New England town and showed up to my middle school orientation dressed like ‘Clueless‘ while everyone else was wearing J. Crew and lacrosse uniforms. I never really fit into that preppy look.
I did poorly in math for a couple of years in middle school; I was just not interested in thinking about it.
All my life – middle school, high school – I’ve always been worried what are people going to think.
I moved to Queens, New York, when I was seven and a half. I went to middle school in a foreign country, but I had so many different kinds of Americans push me along and encourage me. I was very odd. I didn’t talk very well. We were poor, and we didn’t have any connections, but people showed up and pushed me along.
As a child, I walked with my friends to Rosa Parks Elementary and then to Ben Franklin Middle School. I rode Muni to Galileo High School. And thanks to amazing teachers who believed in me and supported me along the way, I was able to matriculate to another public school: the University of California at Davis.
I was feeling like a real misfit in middle school, but when I saw ‘Wicked,’ it made me feel really cool for being different… and you can carve that in stone!
I’ve never run into a person who yearns for their middle school days.
One of the challenges of commencement speeches is that you have this older, wiser person who is accomplished talking to young, not-yet-so-wise, not-yet-accomplished adults or, in high school or middle school, even younger.
When I was at the end of middle school and the beginning of high school, I fell in love with hockey in a serious way.
In middle school, we are all so damn insecure. It was the worst time for me, really destructive, like slapping myself across the face but loving it. Now I have to be an adult and change myself. I have to be a bigger person.
From middle school to the first year of high school, I went to a school in Miami that seemed like a private country club. The whole cheerleader, football player, clique-y thing there was terrifying. Those people were so scary. They’re the scariest kinds of people because they are idolized by their peers.
Grade school, middle school and high school were relatively easy for me, and with little studying, I was an honor student every semester, graduating 5th in my high school class.
I was constantly involved in music and theatre all through middle school and high school.
I was in middle school at a bat mitzvah, and a fashion photographer, Suzy Gorman, came up to me and asked me if I considered being a model. I did a shoot with her, and than I signed with an agency in Saint Louis.
I was in theater when I was in elementary, middle school and high school. I didn’t know it would be an actual profession for me. I didn’t think of it as a reality.
I feel like I’d be a really good teacher. I would go for middle school… those high schoolers would be difficult to deal with.
I was a competitive swimmer in middle school and high school.
I went through a lot in middle school, and you always try so many different looks and try to be so many different people. I finally realized I’m awkward, I’m lanky, and I’m going to embrace it – make fun of myself and just laugh.
I’m just playing basketball, the same way I have always played, from juniors and even back to middle school, I’m just doing it the same way. Nothing different. Just a team game, playing and having fun and trying to play the right way.
‘Welcome to the Dollhouse’ is great. Even though it’s about a girl in middle school, to me, that feels like the most honest reflection of what being a kid around that age feels like.
Growing up in the ’80s in central New Jersey as a weird kid with a blue mohawk listening to the Sex Pistols and dressing really funky, I was bullied pretty badly. It was every single day in elementary school and kept going into middle school, too. I felt totally alone, without a single person there for me.