Remember the Senior’s Journey
In the final year of high school, time flies, and weeks pass in a blur of final exams, AP classes, and end-of-year activities. But, as much as this year will pass quickly, it will also hold many valuable lessons and opportunities you can build upon in the future. Senior year is a time you’ll never forget. Years from now you’ll look back and think “How did that go by so fast!”
Cheering on the football team or having lunch with your friends in the cafeteria are memories that will stick with you forever. The journey of high school is like nothing else we experience in life. We’ll never again have the chance to spend so much time with our close friends who all cheer for the same team and attend the same classes. Senior year is a time to reflect on the good times and cherish them. As you begin to plan for your next step in life, always remember the senior’s journey!
Find Purpose and Direction
As you get older, you will find that your main goals and interests begin to come more into focus. But it is also important to make time for the other things that make you who you are. By finding a purpose and a direction in your life, you will have something to latch onto as you make the transition from being a teenager to being an adult. So many of us begin this journey of finding purpose while we are in high school. By the time we’ve hit senior year, we are ready to start our final stage of the journey. We begin to take stock of who and what is around us, we start to form opinions about who we want to be, and we are grateful for the experiences that high school has given us.
The Good Times
Every high school senior has their favorite memories from the year. Whether it is the time you got to spend with a close friend or cheering at the homecoming game, every high school senior has a favorite moment. This is important to keep in mind as you transition into the next stage of your life. Sometimes it is hard to stop and appreciate the great moments while you are currently experiencing them. Just like our favorite Office quote from Andy Bernard “Sometimes I wish there was a way to know you’re in the good old days before you’ve left them.”
Even though you are facing new challenges, you will also be leaving behind the best parts of your high school experience. Stay connected with your friends and make memories that will last a lifetime. You will always have those good times to smile about, and that will help you through the tough times.
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