Senior Takeaways


Jada Moore, editor

They weren’t kidding when they said high school will be over before you know it. With that being said, here are a few takeaways coming from a senior.   

The first piece of advice is do your work, and don’t procrastinate. Procrastination only leads to stress and bad grades. With that being said, plan out how and when you are going to do your work, so you are not stressed at the last minute, and put in the most effort. Senior, Jenna Fredneberg says, “ Take it from me, procrastination only makes it 10x harder on yourself. By getting your work done on time, you don’t have to worry about it, and you feel like you’ve accomplished something.”  

Furthermore, the second piece of advice would be to get involved. This could mean anything from joining a sports team to joining a club on campus, or even attending a football game. By doing this, you get to meet new people and have fun because school is more than just classes and homework. Senior Sara Muncy says, “I’ve met some of my best friends at football games and other sports events.” 

Last but not least, the third piece of advice would be to get good grades. Although it may seem like the future is far away, it’s not. By getting good grades, you have a better chance at going to college for free, and so many other opportunities.

If there’s one thing you take away from this article, it should to have fun and be yourself.