It is no secret that school (middle school and high school, in particular) could be really tough on a kid. Not only do you have to deal with piles of school work and extracurriculars, but the social aspect could be really stressful as well. Between studying for tests, dealing with mean girls and facing your crush everyday – some pretty unfortunate situations can occur.
Girl Meets World star Rowan Blanchard recently opened up about a particularly traumatizing classroom catastrophe that she experienced in middle school. You see, Rowan is the type of girl that always strives for the best – which is definitely a good thing. However, it seemed as though she put a little too much pressure on herself in the sixth grade when she received a low test score.
Poor Rowan! She wasn't the only one who has a memory from school she hates looking back on. Stars like Gregg Sulkin, Peyton List and more have also confessed some pretty bad experiences.
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The actress was super affected by a bad grade she got in the sixth grade.
"In sixth grade, I was like that teacher's pet student that was like always the A student, always did the extra credit," she said in a podcast interview. "And then in sixth grade for the first time I got a D because I didn't study."
She had a legitimate reason for slipping up on her studies though.
"It was like the weekend before my dog had died, and it was just like horrible times. I like how I'm still trying to make it like it wasn't my fault. I took it – OK, so like you take the test, and then you have the other students grade it. And the other student handed it back to me – and she was like, "I cant believe I'm saying this, but you got a D." So I took it from her, and I hid it from her – and I put it in my backpack, and I went home that day. And I tried to make it so like the teacher wouldn't realize that I hid the test from him. So then I got in so much more trouble for that."
Poor Rowan! She even admitted that she still feels that pressure to be perfect all the time.
"I still feel that way like if I don't get ninety percent at least on everything, then like am I even a good person?"