Upperclassmen, teachers give freshmen advice


By Amanda Stickels, online editor-in-chief

IMG_20170812_100336Just relax and get yourself out there to meet new people. Don’t be shy, and don’t be afraid to try new things. 
Christine Strobel, junior

IMG_20170812_100504Get involved, do your homework, try in all your classes, and don’t be lazy.
 Jackie Orel, senior

IMG_20170812_100638Make sure you know where you’re going, and don’t worry about getting lost or anything. There are a bunch of people that can help you.
Anna Cooper, senior 

IMG_20170812_100849Get involved and manage your time wisely. As long as you put your phone away, you’ll do well in high school. Also, be open-minded. Don’t close yourself off because of the middle school you went to or the sport team you’re on. 
Lindsay Gibbel, teacher

IMG_20170812_101123Dear freshmen, four years goes by really fast. Enjoy your time, but do some studying. Have some fun. 
Bradford Rathe, teacher