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How to make friends in school

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I am like really shy. In classroom, I literally sit down and look downwards. I have only little friends. They are my childhood friends. I do not have any good friends in my school.
I get tensed when teachers ask questions or even on looking at me. I want to make friends in school.
How can I overcome my shyness?
Many thanks in advance
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1.Make sure you are kind to whoever you meet at the new school. Make sure to be nice to everyone of all cultures and backgrounds. If you think that you will say something that will make them feel sad do not say anything and just nod your head if they talk to you.
2.Take a deep breath. You shouldn't be nervous, you're going to a new school, not to torture. Remember that in your new school you will find kids your age. You're going to meet people who like you there. Don't judge others before you get to know them.
3.Be yourself. Never change who you are to try and fit in. If your friends don't accept you for you, they're not really friends. Most people belong with a certain clique simply because they are being themselves and their unique personalities and interests falls into that stereotype. For example, someone who is naturally athletic may become a jock in high school or someone who naturally artistic or emotional may become part of the emo crowd. Many people can tell you are a fake. Don't try to hard.
4.Be hygienic. No one likes a whiff of B.O. or bad breath that could knock someone over. Shower daily, wear deodorant, brush your teeth, and wash your hair . Designer clothes aren't everything, but look neat. It can make you seem cleaner and more approachable. Also, mints are a great way to keep your breath fresh throughout the day.
5.Be inviting. A smile goes a long way. When you walk in the halls, don't hunch over your books or keep your eyes on the floor. Stick your chin up and make eye contact with other people. If you see someone you know, give a smile or say hi. Introduce yourself. Tell them your name and where you're from. Ask a question: "How's the cafeteria food around here?" Chat about the new school: "How long have you gone to this school?" or even a compliment "I love your shoes, where did you get them?"
6.Make the first move. Anywhere, in the bathroom, near your locker, or at the water fountain, you can find someone that has things in common with you, all you need is to know how to approach them. Strike up a conversation, smile and compliment them, and, of course, introduce yourself and tell them where you came from! You never know where you can find a nice friend.
7.Remember their names. People like it when you call them by name, but they can get annoyed if they don't remember. Ask them gently if they have a nickname. You'd be surprised where this can come in handy.
8.Do something nice for someone. Save someone a seat. Say "hi" in the hall. Give congratulations for a job well done. Pay a compliment: "I love your shoes/backpack" It can make wonders.
9.Join after school activities you like. Choir or theater or hang around for a French club meeting, etc. Even if you don't know anyone there, you'll all share a common interest, and you can experience with different personalities from yours that have the same interest!
10.Look for other people who are new to the school. You're probably not the only one and at the very least, you'll have one thing in common: you're both in an unfamiliar environment. The good news is, if you are starting at a new school in start up year, almost everyone is new! Since being new is something that you all have in common, making new friends shouldn't be that hard. Talk about your old school, your new school, your opinions, grades, teachers, etc.
11.Don't sit at the back of the class where other people don't notice you! Try to sit in the middle where you're around everyone and can make conversation.
12.Figure out who the "mean girls" or the "hot-headed jocks" are. These are the people that you might want to avoid for a while. Don't be mean to them and don't completely avoid them, because who knows, they may be nice people! Also stay away from the types that are in gangs and do criminal activities. You need to be yourself. Be strong. And don't try to please everyone around you if it doesn't please you.
13.Finally, meet up with them outside of school once you get to know them. This is an important step to making TRUE friends who you can rely on.
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Introduce yourself to people who you don't know, whether one of you are new to the school or not.
Smile at that person and be friendly.
Make a great first impression.
Compliment them.
Start a conversation with them.
Extend an invitation.
Talk in the halls and on your way to classes. These will help you.
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Select the person you would like to be best friends with.See if they are in any of your lessons.Talk to them. For example: "My name is", "How are you", etc.Add them on MSN/Facebook/Twitter, etc.Go round their house.Buy them gifts for their birthday.Possibly you're a close friend. Not exactly best friends yet. But try and do something special which they will love.
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Besides getting an education, making friends in school is probably one of the most important parts of growing up. Having friends in school keeps you motivated to keep going to class every day. If you don't have any friends in school you feel alienated and alone and school is not the most fun place to be. Friends that we grow up with often stay our friends and help us create memories that will last forever. Joining school clubs and organizations is a sure way to make some friends. The key to making friends this way is to not be too shy to interact with these people. You can also invite acquaintances to bring their friends to an activity you choose to do. Doing something fun outside of school will really help you make new friends. Here are some of the activities you could invite people to:

Bowling
Movie Theater
Swimming
The Park
Concerts
Birthday Parties
Holiday Parties
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Believe in yourself, smile, have a few laughs together, be a good friend to them. If it doesn't work out, shake it off and keep trying. Try to strike up a conversation. Be yourself and don't act like someone you're not. People should like the real you not someone trying to be someone they're not.
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I had my first day at high school under a week ago. I was terrified. There was only one other person in my year at the school at the time (it was just an orientation program) and we started talking. The best thing you can do is pluck up some courage and introduce yourself, just keep doing that until you find some people who you really like.
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Be patient-making new friend can take time. Smile and be friendly. Don't lie but find something positive to point out. It will make them more comfortable around you. Share your hobbies and interest. Invite them along to participate.
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Be as confident as you can
Smile and laugh
Invite others to do things
Join some clubs and activities
Always keep your word

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