Originally Answered: Freshman year? makeup? help?
Wow! You sound like my twin, except a year younger.
First of all, don't worry. My freshman year was amazing and I can't believe it's almost. I play the volleyball and softball, and all of my teammates were really close, even the upperclassmen. We talk every day, even though our seasons are over, and my softball team is throwing a huge goodbye party for our seniors. What I'm trying to say is that its so easy to find the "right crowd" by doing what you love. I went out for the sports I love and found people I love.
For makeup, relax. You have all summer to practice. What I wore daily was: tinted moisturizer, concealer, black pencil eyeliner on outer rims of eyes (lash line on top and water line on bottom), mascara and tinted lip balm (I love Soft Lips and Burts Bees). When I dressed up, I added a shimmer but neutral eye shadow across my lid and a highlighter under my brow. I also used a black liquid liner across my upper lash line and nothing on my bottom. But once again, just experiment over the summer and see what you like.
For organization, use an agenda book. It will save your life. Don't only write down homework, but when major tests are, when you have games, and what you need to take home every day. Also, if you have a study hall, use it! With sports after school, you need all the time you can get to do homework. Remember, if you fall behind in your classes you will be kicked of the team. Finally, keep your locker clean. You don't have a lot of time to stop there during the day, so make sure its easy to find everything you need. Try Command Hooks, they're great for hanging things up, or you can use shelves to keep your stuff on.
Finally, keep a girl emergency pack in your backpack/locker. It will save your life, trust me. Just take a little makeup pouch and put in it anything you might need. In mine, I have: tampons/pads, contact solution, baby wipes, tissues, perfume, floss, Tide stick, nail clipper, mascara, concealer, eyeliner, snacks, gum/mint and a little money. Add whatever you think you might need and believe me, you will use it.