I have kind of a "yes-and-no" outlook on this subject. I really enjoyed learning and studying about things in school; but I was so shy and introverted, that I particularly hated having to GO to school. Since I like learning, my grades were always good; but not all A's , because I only cared about learning, and not what my grades were. I never went to any of the schools dances or any extra-curricular activities, and usually spent any recess and lunch breaks somewhere quiet, and reading a book or drawing. After school, I would hurry home, change into my jeans, and go ride my horse until dark when I had to be back home. Summers were the best because there was no school at all. Our school dress-code did not allow girls to wear jeans, or any kind of pants or slacks at all, only dresses or skirts and blouses. Since I only had old dresses from the thrift store, there was nothing about my wardrobe that I enjoyed wearing, and the "stylish" girls always ignored me. In very cold weather, girls were allowed to wear pants (but not jeans) under their dress until they got to school. In North Idaho, winters were very cold, and zero tempuratures were a regular part of winter. Most of us that lived in town had to walk to and from school every day; so being able to wear pants while we were walking really helped. Once we got to school, we changed out of our snowboots and pants and put on regular school shoes. Nothing in the world could ever induce me to go back to school. I am so happy that we have the internet, and now I can study all I want, every day, and do it in my own home.