Went to a crumby school/people treated me poorly

From 2003-**** I went to a high school called bethel high and for some reason I never liked going to that school at all. I was treated like crap alot by the teachers and students there. Before my graduation 14 years ago i had cops called on me and I was accused of bringing a gun to school which I denied those allegations when the school year ended 14 years ago. I also didn't like coming home alot playing Cinderella alot by my family which they cared about keeping their precious house cleaned alot more than my own education and stuff which I failed so many times alot getting my homework done and I received f's on my school assignments. I have never been involved in any clubs or activities because of that. And that's its always has been. Have i ever had any good memories in that school no! Have i tried to do other things no. But when I got my diploma finally my life was in the dumps for awhile and I had to rely on another family member instead of my own parents which both of them are such complete deadbeats and the other one had so many problems which I am not going to bring it up. And she helped me get a job, a place to live, get on disability because I have autism. So therefore as far as this goes my life in high school was lousy back then. I didn't have any good memories, and the people there are nothing but a bad influence to me.
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