Tuesday, May 6, 2014

High School Seniors Give Advice to 8th Graders Class of 2018

  1. Get involved and stay involved all four years! High school isn’t fun when you’re watching from the sidelines.
  2. Make sure you join as many clubs and organizations because it’s easier to make friends and find your interests. Don’t be afraid to try new things.
  3. If you plan on going to college, all four years of high school count! Never give up on your grades no matter how difficult it may seem.
  4. Don’t screw up. When I was a freshman, I didn’t care about high school. I skipped, played around, and didn’t really care. About the time when I was a junior, I started to realize the importance of taking your education seriously. And MAKE SURE to take honors classes!
  5. Don’t skip and keep your grades up.
  6. Do your work. Don’t slack off.
  7. Don’t procrastinate. You will regret it if it becomes a habit.
  8. You’re not cool.
  9. Dear Incoming Freshmen: In high school, get involved in your extracurricular activities. You will make lots of friends and memories.
  10. DO NOT SLACK OFF! Try your best from the start, or you will regret it.
  11. Don’t skip!! You’ll regret it.
  12. Don’t skip and get good grades!
  13. If you make friends with upper classmen, be prepared to see them move on when they graduate and leave you behind while you still have one more year until you leave, too.


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