Senior Advice

High school can be a place of countless opportunities to grow and learn, whether that be through classes, clubs, or team sports. Though our senior class is leaving, here is what a few seniors had to say as final advice to younger Bearcats, Flamson Cougars, and Lewis Leopards who will be joining us next summer.

Dominick Petrillo

“Get to know everybody, get to know people from other schools that come into the same high school as well as some upper classmen.”

Mary Hambly

“Carpe diem. Seize the day, don’t let the days fly by and melt into one.”

Stephanie Gomez

“Make the best out of high school, join all the clubs and sports you want to be in.”

Natalie Stanfield

“Always stick to those who love and care for you and don’t change yourself to fit into a group. Find people that will accept you for who you are.”

Destinee Perette

“High school is rough, but it’s so worth it to get out of your current situation. Especially if your home life isn’t that great. Opportunities will come your way so take every one you get.”

Abraham Novelo

“If you’re struggling in school it doesn’t mean you’re doing something wrong. It means you are pushing yourself to become better.”

Nicholas Newman

“Don’t limit yourself for your fear of tomorrow. Have a mind that is attracted to everything, but Sign senior adviceis attached to nothing.”

Rubi Nunez

“Get involved, work hard, go support the sports teams, watch the school plays, and have as much fun as you can.”

Alissa King

“Take in every minute and enjoy your time here it goes too fast! Have fun but continue to work hard to set yourself up for success after high school, you can do it!”

Erika Gutierrez

“Do your homework!! It really isn’t that hard to pass a class. At the end it will all be worth it.”

Natalie Duren

“Live your life to the fullest, don’t look back and realize you never fulfilled your potential in high school. Don’t take life too seriously!”

Pearl Herrera

“Go to college for something you are passionate about rather than force yourself into something boring to make money.”

Madi Ramirez

“Always take help when it is offered. Also, it’s okay to ask for help if you need it.”