Originally Answered: How can I wake up early in the morning and not be tired?
I go to sleep at 10 or 11pm (and for a college student, that's weird), but wake up at 5 or 6am.
I go running or swimming at 6am for an hour or so. This helps me get ready and pumped up for the day!
I have classes from 8am all the way 3:30pm (with some breaks of course) then 5-10pm. What I do is, if I have any breaks, take a short nap. Even a 10 minute nap in the afternoon can help rejuvenate you for the rest of the afternoon.
Maybe eat a quick lunch, then if you have time, take a power nap in the library or something.
I know most people in high school don't do this, but this is the perfect way to keep your brain working and refreshed.
also another tip for staying awake in school is to just take a breather. If you find yourself falling asleep in class, or dozing off, just step outside, ask your teacher to go to the restroom and stretch/jumping jacks. Really, invest a little time so you can have more output in learning. If you just try and fight off the drowsiness, it won't help in the long run.
I'm not a big fan of coffee or other supplements because I believe that you can easily stay awake without the aid of those external drugs. All-natural, good ol' fashioned staying awake. Coffee is for the weak (jk), besides I'm pretty sure they don't sell coffee in high schools.