College and high school are not as different as one might think because they both share a common root: education. Most people will try to convince you that college is very different from high school. They would state all sorts of things to look forward to while graduating from high school to college. The housing situation, for example, is very different. In high school, (nearly) everyone lives at home, subject to their parents' rules and regulations. There are preset curfew times and limits to the types and sizes of parties that one could hold. But as it turns out, college is much like high school in
Taking classes to educate oneself is the essence of both high school and college. And just as there are some (or many) required courses in high school, there are just the same type of classes in college. Both also offer numerous elective (fun) classes in addition to the required classes to keep student morale high. People might say that you have more free time in college, but in reality the extra time you spend studying in college during odd hours of the day does a nice job of filling in any holes in your schedule. Thus, in both college and high school, a person has a rigid schedule that is followed routinely nearly all the time.
Both periods in a youth's life are said to be a time for experimentation, a time to discover oneself. In high school, teenagers are just starting to receive responsibilities such as driving. But...