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How to Shadow at an Unfamiliar School
Expect a call the night before.At some schools, your shadow buddy will call you on a parent/guardian's phone. They will tell you what to bring, what subjects you will attend, when/where you should come to the school, and everything else you need to know. You can also ask questions if you have any.
Lay out an outfit the night before.Don't choose anything too wild or inappropriate, but that doesn't mean you have to dress in all black or something. If your shadow buddy told you any clothing restrictions, make sure to keep those in mind. Also, if you have PE, wear a PE friendly outfit. Lastly, check with your parents about your outfit to make sure they approve.
When you arrive at the school, you may have some down time before you start off your day.Become acquainted with the admissions staff present, then get to know your fellow shadows.
Get to know your shadow buddy.When your shadow buddy picks you up, be polite and tell a little about yourself, then learn a little about him/her.
- If your shadow buddy introduces you to anyone, be polite. You don't need to become BFFs, but a little kindness goes a long way.
Pretend you do go to school at the school your shadowing at.Say hi to the teacher, and do what you would do at any class at your current school. You can feel free to raise your hand when you know something and participate. #*Remember: You are judging the school, not the other way around. However, noticeably rude or impolite behavior could be remembered and reported to admissions.
Be ready to be interviewed.Some schools will bring you into the admissions office for an interview. During an interview the tables turn and you are being judged. Respond candidly to questions and don't interrupt. Try to relax and be yourself.
Reflect with your parents/guardian about the day.Compare it to any other schools you've looked at. If you can picture yourself happy there, chances are it might be your school. It might take some time to decide whether or not to apply. You will probably be at this school for a while, so there is no need to be hasty.
QuestionWhat happens if I get picked on or ignored completely by my shadow buddy?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerTell the principal (or whoever gave you the shadow buddy) about the situation.Thanks!
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