Words of Wisdom from the Class of 2017

 

by: Madison Schettler ’17, Editor-in-Chief

As the year comes to a close, seniors begin to prepare for post-graduation life and juniors prepare to take their place as the leaders of BHS. Senior year is an exciting, albeit stressful time, so here is some advice from the class of 2017 to the class of 2018!

“It’s your last year, so make every experience count. Don’t overwork yourself but make sure you take care of what’s important, especially scholarships! Apply to as many scholarships as you can, even if you feel like you’re done with school” – Anthony Zor

“Make sure you’re taking classes you know you’ll enjoy rather than taking classes your friends are taking. Do what you love!” – Mallory Bruno

“Get all of your college applications done as soon as possible. If your schools have early action, apply then, don’t wait for regular decision! It will help with your chances of admission, and you will avoid procrastinating. Also, make sure your schedule is balanced and the right level of difficulty for you, you don’t want to struggle through senior year” – Danielle Langdon

“Keep up with all of your commitments, senior year still matters. Try new things, just because it seems like the end, that doesn’t mean you should stop exploring interests you could pursue in college. Make sure you visit as many colleges as you can and apply to every scholarship you can, they’re less work than you think” – Ryan Polistena

“Enjoy every second! Just like your past 3 years at BHS, it goes by so fast!” – Caroline Crouse

Senior year is a busy, stressful time. Make sure you take advantage of every opportunity you have and don’t forget to make time for yourself and your friends! Best of luck to the class of 2017 in all of their future endeavors, and to the class of 2018 in their senior year!

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