“Remember the cry that you had before putting your first step in school and the cry you had when you put you put the last step in it!”
A school is a place that molds future generations. It focuses on the child’s physical, cognitive, emotional, social, and moral development. The primary things, knowledge, etiquette, and skills, that students acquire here make them responsible, conscious, and independent people. The person becomes able to contribute his part in society. A school does this by imparting formal education that is organized and aims to bring the best in children.
We learn to write, speak, read, behave, share, understand people and make sense of the things around us. School provides children a platform to expand their horizons and get out of the frog well to see beyond nose tip. Gradually, it becomes a second home to a kid living the diamond moments of their life and making the most embracing memories. Children make friends with their peer groups from different cultures. Apart from friendship, another extraordinary bond develops between a student and a teacher- the bond of respect and understanding.
Children gain subject knowledge, play, fight and do various activities together and participate in competitions. All these things make them realize their potential and interests. Students learn equity, morality and rise above stereotypes, making independent decisions. Eventually, the time comes when a student has to leave their comfort zone, that is, school, and brace to face the real world wisely, courageously, and confidently.
Now is the time to use what you have learned to pass the exams given by the school of life. In this school, there are no subjects and no loud teaching. The silent teacher that is life would give you the test first, followed by lessons. Similarly, there is a spiritual school inside us where the spirit is the teacher and tries to guide us provided we are honest and willing to listen to it. So, in a nutshell, you can never escape school. Wherever you learn, it becomes school and whoever educates you about what you did not know becomes your teacher.
All of us know the importance of school in our life and how it makes us skilled enough to overco0me challenges. The journey between the first and last cry in school is full of adventures, emotions, and unforgettable memories. We all wish to live those beautiful school days again. Don’t we? Moreover, even children miss school and friends these days as homeschooling is going on due to the pandemic. So, to recapitulate the precious moments you spent in your school, I want to share some of my favorite School quotes.
33 School Quotes To Celebrate Your Learning Journey
- “School is a building which has four walls with tomorrow inside.” –Lon Watters
- “A new school year means new beginnings, new adventures, new friendships, and new challenges. The slate is clean and anything can happen.” –Denise Witmer
- “The most important day of a person’s education is the first day of school, not Graduation Day.” –Harry Wong
- “On the first day of school, you got to be real careful where you sit. You walk into the classroom and just plunk your stuff down on any old desk, and the next thing you know the teacher is saying, ‘I hope you all like where you’re sitting because these are your permanent seats.” –Jeff Kinney
- “A sense of curiosity is nature’s original school of education.” –Smiley Blanton
- “True terror is to wake up one morning and discover that your high school class is running the country.”- Kurt Vonnegut
- “Experience is a good school. But the fees are high.” –Heinrich Heine
- “The home is the chief school of human virtues.” –William Ellery Channing
- “I still have some very dear friends from school, and we get together whenever possible.” –Dionne Warwick
- “High school is what kind of grows you into the person you are. I have great memories, good and bad, some learning experiences and some that I’ll take with me the rest of my life.” –Giancarlo Stanton
- “What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.” –Chuck Grassley
- “School is the easiest job you’ll ever have.” –Marty Klezmer
- “I’m not going to school just for the academics – I wanted to share ideas, to be around people who are passionate about learning.” –Emma Watson
- “One day middle school will end and become high school and after that it just becomes life. All those things you think are important now won’t be anymore.” –Diary of a Wimpy Kid
- “You don’t appreciate a lot of stuff in school until you get older.” –Emo Phillips
- “To this end, the greatest asset of a school is the personality of the teacher.” –John Strachan
- “What is the most important thing one learns in school? Self-esteem, support, and friendship.” –Terry Williams
- “What I remember most about high school are the memories I created with my friends.” –J. J. Watt
- “High school is about finding who you are because that’s more important than trying to be someone else.” –Nick Jonas
- “I’ve always loved the first day of school better than the last day of school. Firsts are best because they are beginnings.” –Jenny Han
- “My vision is a blend of the old school and the new school but with zero rules.” –GRiZ
- “It’s not that I hate school. I just hate waking up early in the morning.” –Unknown
- “I had the feeling that to get into a schoolhouse and study would be about the same as getting into paradise,” –Booker T. Washington
- “The road to —here and everywhere on earth—begins in the classroom.” –Hubert Humphrey
- “Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child and one teacher can change the world.” – Malala Yousafzai
- “We all learn by experience but some of us have to go to summer school.” –Peter De Vries
- “School bells are ringing loud and clear; vacation’s over, school is here.” –Winifred C. Marshal
- “I would enjoy school more if I was allowed to bring a pillow.” –Unknown
- “Time to rise. Time for school! Open your eyes.” –Tammie Jones
- “It’s one of my favorite seasons of the year: Back to School. As a kid, I loved fresh school supplies, new outfits, the change of seasons, and the chance to crack open a new textbook.” –Dana Perino