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5 Believable Excuses for Skipping Class in Middle School

Bojana Petković
·2 min read

Below you'll find 5 believable excuses for skipping class in middle school. To see even more top excuses, check out 15 believable excuses for skipping class in middle school.

5. I was in the bathroom.

There isn’t a teacher in the world who’d like to hear more glorious details about this one. It’s pretty self-explanatory that it was number 2, and it was a looong one. Or maybe even diarrhea. Once again, hardly anyone will blame you for skipping the lesson over this one.

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4. I’ve got lice.

What’s great about this one is that it’s absolutely perfect for those of you still going to school. No teacher is going to inspect your hair for lice, and it’s definitely something that can keep you away from school for some time, not just one day!

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3. We are celebrating our religious holiday.

With so many religions and religious groups in the world, who is to keep track of all of them and their holidays? Especially, if you choose that your family is practicing a religion that is not so much heard of. According to some estimates, there are about 4,200 religions in the world, and 12 are recognized as the main ones. Out of all believable excuses for skipping class in middle school, this one is close to perfection. Hence its high rank.

Therefore, take your pick, and invent a holiday!

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2. I’ve got a small fever.

What happens if you skip class in middle school? These days, nothing much.

This one speaks volumes. Even the tiniest sign of Covid-19 is a sure pass to be completely excused from all classes. If the fever “continues”, you’ve got yourself a day or two at least before confirming it was just a small bug.

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1. My WiFi is down.

It’s the era of Zoom lessons and Zoom meetings, and nothing beats this one. Poor internet connection is the most trust-inspiring and easiest out of all our 15 believable excuses for skipping class in middle school. How can a teacher tell if you’re lying or not? You just text them from your phone saying something has happened to your internet connection. The perfect timing for this would be maybe a couple of minutes before the lesson, as this is when everybody starts their computers.

As for the parents, well, you can only say one thing — you’ve heard it from them!

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