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Rob Lynch Gina Mazzocco First Year Writing Seminar 31 October 2007 Argument All-Boys The four years I spent at Boston College High School were the best time of my life. While I showed up with 1,300 other males every day to attend class, it really did not matter that the only females present were faculty. We got the same education as one would if girls were there, and it was probably even better that they were not. The fact that no girls affected our daily grind allowed us to enjoy the school day by not having to worry about showing off for girls. Contrary to the public perception, an all-male education is better that a co-ed education. While Boston College has been a tremendous time, and I would much rather be at a co-ed collegiate institution, for high school, single sex is the way to go. Eight grade was a miserable year a couple reasons. To start off, it was the first real year that girls were a factor. Everybody fell into one of three categories, those in a relationship, those wishing to find a relationship, and those who make fun of everybody
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course ENG 259 taught by Professor Herbeck during the Spring '08 term at BC.

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