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How to get through high school freshman year ?

Author : aaliyah

Submitted : 2017-07-24 07:04:57    Popularity:     

Tags: school  high  year  freshman  

I just finished freshman year! My school is super big, so I was worried about getting lost. One tip is walking through your schedule on the day of orientation.

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I just finished freshman year! My school is super big, so I was worried about getting lost. One tip is walking through your schedule on the day of orientation. I got to get a feel for the hallways and where I needed to go, which was nice. Freshman year for most normal high schools is easy (unless you are taking honors/AP). I loved the fact that I got to meet more upperclassmen who helped show me the ropes, and I loved all of the clubs I could join! Like someone else said, do the things that you love! Colleges love seeing someone who is passionate and dedicated to helping their community improve through one topic, not someone who is doing everything.
Don't get into partying and drugs, sadly some of the kids in my grade did last year. Even if school isn't your thing, try your best and take the classes that you're going to love and enjoy working hard in.
I suggest joining a least one club/ sports team. That's how I met a lot of friends.
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I'm going into freshman year myself this year and the biggest advice I can give is to study a lot in your classes (as this should be #1 priority), don't try to be anything you're not, and be kind to everyone. Don't join any clubs or activities you don't thoroughly enjoy, even if you THINK they look good on a college application (colleges know the difference). Hope this helped!

Haha I love Paul's answer . But I just got out of freshman year and boy was I worried when i went into it . It's no big deal . Just focus on your grades( do homework) and make good friends . You don't need more than 5 friends . Quality over quantity . Go to football games they're fun . Don't worry about relationships that can wait till later cause rn it's about making good long lasting friends . Also the upperclassmen will probably be attracted to you because theirs something so intriguing to them bout newcomers idky

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