Learn From My Mistakes: Advice From a Senior

Matthew Leto, Sports Editor

Freshman – It is really important to start off strong your freshman year, everyone will tell you this throughout the year. Most will just shrug it off. Listen to these voices, you do not want to start off slow and regret it  for your next three years of high school. Trust me, the next three years will go by faster than you could ever imagine.

Sophomores – Get involved in as many clubs or sports as you can. You do not want to get to senior year and not have any extracurricular activities on your college applications. Make sure to continue to get your work done and study for all tests.

Juniors – Start studying for SAT’s and ACT’s as quick as possible. Getting these college tests done early will ease the workload when senior year comes around. This year is a hard one in terms of work, but do your best to complete everything because getting the work out this year is great.

Seniors – Complete all your graduation requirements and your community service hours.  Complete college applications as soon as possible before deadlines. Make sure to attend sports games, homecoming, prom and grad bash. Lastly, enjoy your last year as a chief!