Two things can be equally frustrating. The school is relatively in the middle of nowhere, so it can be difficult to find some things to do and can take a while to get there. The other thing is the weather. Being about an hour away from two of the Great Lakes, we get some lake-effect weather. It is often rainy during the spring and fall. During the winter it seems to snow constantly, but often doesn't accumulate too much.
The weather here gets very nasty during the winter months and starts to become depressing with how cold and dark it gets early in the year. Then when the snow comes it feels just horrible. But the spring months around here counterbalance it when it starts to warm up. It's just all about getting through the winter.
If you aren't on top of everything going on around you, you may miss out on a lot of opportunities. There isn't much push for non-involved students to experience a lot of the things that are available, despite just how many incredible opportunities exist.
The small size is probably the most frustrating thing, but once you make youre core group of friends you get used to it and grow content with the small town.
The most frustrating thing about my school is the weather. It's so cold for so long!
Too liberal at times with art and thier ideas!