Advice for Freshmen

Kayla Richards, Extras Editor

Freshmen are back and the upperclassmen have advice to give them. ENJOY and take notes!!!
Questions:

  1. How did you like 9th grade year?
  2. What would you have done differently?
  3. What did you change about yourself since 9th grade?
  4. Was 9th grade hard or difficult?
  5. What advice would you give to 9th graders?

Asia Hartwell (10th grade)
1.  9th grade was fun and interesting because I met a lot of new people and I liked my teachers.
2.  The thing I would have done differently would be to go to class and not get caught up with the wrong crowd.
3.  The thing I’ve changed is my friends because I wanted to venture out and hang out with new people.
4.  None of my classes were hard; I just didn’t feel like doing my work.
5.  I would tell 9th graders to go to class and do theirwork.
Sloan Saunders (11th grade)

  1. 9th grade for me was dumb at first, but then it got better when it got to the end.
  2. What I would of done differently would be to do all my work, and I wouldn’t have played as much.
  3. I changed my work habits.
  4. 9th grade was not hard at all.
  5. The advice I would tell 9th graders is to go to class, don’t skip, and do your work.

Malik Harris (12th grade)

  1. I didn’t take 9th grade seriously.
  2. What I would have done differently would have been  to go to class and do my homework and projects.
  3. The thing I changed was I started to study, go to class on time, and stopped hanging out in the hallways.
  4. Only one of my classes was difficult.
  5. The advice I would tell 9th graders is to not take high school as a joke.