When I was a school kid in Coventry, I used to put up anti-apartheid stickers.
Old School has humongous laughs all the way through it.
I used to start re-arranging my school uniform, hitching up my skirt to be more exciting-looking.
I got expelled from every school I went to in Sydney.
I was the fastest typist in my school, and I had an obsession with spelling and memorizing.
I went to an all-boys school and hated feeling like one of the crowd.
I was a competitive swimmer in middle school and high school.
I was going to go to school to become a neurological surgeon.
I was this 5-7 pudgy kid in high school... I wasn't a popular kid. I was an outcast.
School was not a place I enjoyed.
I didn't fit in at school, and I didn't fit in at home, and I didn't know why. I was often lonely.
My brothers went to the parish school, one of the best in the county.