The end of the year: the end of our seniors’ road of school. Through 12 long years of education, these soon-to-be-graduates have failed, triumphed, and slept through more classes than they’d like to say. Needless to say, they’ve learned a lot. And, they have a lot to say to the younger classmen. Juniors, sophomores, listen up. Here’s what you need to know moving forward.
Caroline Villa, who’s had her share of last minute homework all-nighters, makes it simple and clear:
“Do not procrastinate.” She then shares additional advice,
“CE classes are usually always easy, do those types of classes more!”
Gage Taylor shares what he’s learned as well as advice, telling us all to pay attention to how we’re spending our time.
“The biggest thing that I learned is how important it is to have good relationships with people. Whether it’s your family, teachers, coworkers, or friends, they can make your time as a senior and the rest of your life more enjoyable. Slow down and enjoy every part of high school; it goes too fast so take the time to have fun.”
Similar to Caroline and Gage, Christina Wood also mentions how we should be spending our time. Though, Christina talks about our interaction with others.
“I learned to serve others, be outgoing, love everyone, and be confident in myself.”
Her advice focuses on how to make a difference.
“Be as friendly as you can to everyone. Say hi to everyone, and try to become the best person you can. Because you will be able to change people’s lives at Mountain View if you do that.
So there you have it. Just a few seniors’ advice, but a good start and possibly just the right recipe to a perfect rest of your high school career. Thank you Class of 2020.