The class of 2014 has just started their post-secondary journey into college, work, and life. But not without first speaking their piece on how to best navigate the high school experience. At last week’s Step Up Day, while next year’s freshman were being introduced to the school, the outgoing senior class was stepping up in their own way to offer guidance and insight to current high school students.
Gathered in the school cafeteria, a number of seniors with differing future plans responded to questions from underclassmen, who next year will be moving a bit closer to entering their own post-secondary world. Among others, a common theme and response was “don’t wait”, suggesting to the their fellow classmates to seek out the options and opportunities around them.
Proudly taking on the role, the seniors displayed confidence not likely to end with their high school tenure. With “don’t wait” being the suggested attitude, then future graduating seniors will also likely carry confidence into the post-secondary world of education, work, and life.