Until Middle School, the years were a mix. First half, I wasn't the best grades-wise, and one of my teachers even thought I needed special education; but I took a test or was evaluated and concluded I didn't. Funny thing is the following year, I did really well. And then did a mix of good and average on my 5th and 6th year. I had a decent amount of friends all these years.
Middle School, had a mix of average and good for grades. As for friends, I had some, but sometimes felt like I didn't; felt detached, left out, or just like a third wheel.
High School: This year I was proud to say I had friends. Friends I had in classes, friends I'd sit in lunch, friends I'd see after school, ect. But this is when I had the most work to do in school.
College: It's a mix; depends on what class you get, what teacher you get, and how they conduct. For example, I loved my Fall Semester from 2016. And despite my Thursday class technically being my least favorite due to the tests, he was still a nice and occasionally funny teacher. Even understanding of other people's problems. This Semester that just passed however, I believe is my least favorite thus far. Unlike some of my previous classes, all of these classes had homework, and I particularly hated my Tuesday/Thursday class and teacher. And I had more friends in my previous Semesters.
But I'm optimistic about this upcoming Fall Semester.