*Edit": I know this is a bit long so to sum it up I am looking for advice on how to move forward after having failed intro science classes two semesters in a row.
Basically I took about 25 credits of joint enrollment in high school and I made all As and Bs. I started dating a guy towards the end who had similar goals and seemed great at first. I turned out to be very wrong and to put it simply, I failed nearly 10 of my 16 credit hour my first semester almost entirely because of the situation. By the time I finally worked up my nerve to leave I was already a month in to the second semester retaking the failed classes, and had already gotten poor initial grades and had to drop my physics class.
I figured that I had solved the problem and that even though my grades weren't the best that I still had plenty of time to get them back up and had talked to my professors about how to move forward most efficiently. Unfortunately the ex found out my schedule from an acquaintance I had classes with who was a friend of his and showed up to wait in the hall outside of them even skipping his own classes to do so. It scared me so I talked to the university but because he was a fellow student they said he had the right to go in any building that I had the right to go in and that there was nothing wrong with him standing outside of my classes and I should just get over it. I attempted to continue going but when it started to get confrontational I stopped going when I was unable to avoid him which was most of the time.
Even in the classes that he didnt wait out side of, he made friends in the class that he would get to confront me and ask me questions and give his messages in his place. My grades suffered more because of all the missed time and stress and the university and my professors failed to see why I was so upset and thought it was ridiculous that I was so worried over what they called nothing and they wouldn't do anything. Whats worse is that they were all the intro science classes and I have now failed them not once, but twice in the same year. I had competed almost the entire core while in high school and since I did well and I could handle heavy course loads I decided to take Gen Bio and chem along with college physics all with labs as well as the one English course I needed to finish the common core requirements.
While I know its my fault because I should have found a way around it, I honestly didn't see one and even looking back now Im not sure what I could have done to relieve my self of the situation. I understand all the content perfectly and I could pass all the tests in one sitting if it were an option. I live on a farm where I care for animals daily and do minor procedures and I volunteer at the local zoo and animal shelters. I know that going to vet school is what I am meant to do and I cant imagine myself being happy in any other career path. I have an incredibly low GPA around 1.88 because of this past year and Im not sure that the life I imagined for my self is even an option at this point.
I cant switch schools because of this which means that I have to be ready to solve the problems with this person that I was unable to do last year, which for the sake of my future Ill have to figure out. What Im not sure of is if my academic career can be saved. I was originally on the path to graduating in about 3 years which will obviously not be happening now, but if I retake the classes again and actually pass this time and then continue on as I originally would have, Is there even still a chance at being accepted in to a vet school? Should I just give up and get a job ad McDonald's at this point? Im sorry that this turned in to a rant but Im panicking at the thought of everything I ever wanted being taken off the list of possibilities although it seems to me that it already has been. Thanks in advance to anyone who actually reads this and gives advice.