About Us

We started this website to discuss how to get higher grades and do better in high school and college.

We hope this site will be a place where we can talk about some stuff and maybe some of that stuff might help someone have an easier time of school.

You can look through our tips, tactics, truths, opinions, advice, basic rules and resources that you can decide to either utilize or ignore as you put together your own personalized strategy for succeeding at school.

If you’re struggling a bit with school, maybe you can use one or two of these tactics to score a little higher on your tests, get your homework done a little bit faster, and maybe bring home some better grades.

We aren’t saying school will be easy. But you can do it.

There isn’t any reason to make it harder than it has to be or to struggle when you don’t have to. You don’t have to figure everything out on your own. There are resources to help.

We’re not the smartest kids in the hall, but we learned a few things and we got through it.

Here’s the bad news — school gets harder.

High school is usually not easy, but the actual classes are manageable. It’s the stuff outside of the classroom that may be difficult.

College gets harder, but if you are smart enough to get in, you should find a way to get through it. It just takes some planning and some continuous effort.

Once you get to college, some of the destructive influences of high school are no longer there.

Unfortunately, all those kids that helped with propping up the grading curve are also no longer there. You won’t be able to breeze through your classes.

Grad school gets tougher. Your classmates are going to be pretty smart. One key to succeeding in many grad programs is being able to write well. If you can’t write well, grad school might be kind of rough for you.

Your formal education is important. You will finish it faster than you think. Just do it and don’t quit.

Going to school to earn a diploma can get pretty serious; We’re not so serious.

Try to enjoy the ride.

Oh, here’s one more truth — once you get out of school, you get to go to work for the rest of your life.

You’re welcome.